Turkmen President Honors President Recep Tayyip Erdogan with “Honorary Elder of Turkmenistan” Title

Honorary Elder of Turkmenistan

Ashgabat, The Gulf Observer: Turkmen President Serdar Berdimuhamedov has awarded the esteemed title of “Honorary Elder of Turkmenistan” to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. This announcement was made through Turkmen media, marking a significant acknowledgment of President Erdogan’s remarkable contributions to the strengthening of diplomatic ties between the two nations.

The honorary title was conferred upon President Erdogan in recognition of his exceptional services in fortifying the bonds of friendship between Turkmenistan and the Republic of Turkey. President Berdimuhamedov emphasized Erdogan’s instrumental role in fostering unity and cohesion among the two friendly peoples. The recognition also underscores President Erdogan’s immense personal dedication to expanding long-term cooperation in diverse domains, including political, economic, scientific, educational, and cultural spheres.

The Turkmen head of state expressed gratitude for President Erdogan’s tireless efforts, citing his substantial contribution to the enhancement of bilateral relations. The bestowed title, “Honorary Elder of Turkmenistan,” symbolizes the highest form of recognition and appreciation for the reciprocal collaboration that has flourished under President Erdogan’s leadership.

This honor reflects the commitment of both nations to nurturing a robust and enduring partnership, fostering not only diplomatic ties but also promoting mutual understanding and collaboration in various sectors. The recognition comes at a time when Turkmenistan and the Republic of Turkey continue to prioritize shared interests and work collaboratively towards a future marked by cooperation, prosperity, and lasting friendship.