Business Coop Tops Agenda of Turkmenistan FM's Visit

27 Jan 2015 / By STA

The foreign ministers of Slovenia and Turkmenistan, Karl Erjavec and Rashid Meredov, called for boosting business cooperation between the countries in Ljubljana on Monday, while the bilateral government commission on...

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