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Turkmenistan Consular Offices Abroad Act Turkmenistan`s entry and consular activity procedure 10 Turkmenistan Consular Offices Abroad and their duties I. Through Turkmenistan`s consular offices abroad, the legal basis of the activity, the procedure for establishing and operating Turkmenistan`s consular offices, the appointment of their officers and employees, and the functions of the consuls on the protection of the rights and interests of Turkmenistan, their nationals and their entities abroad are defined in accordance with Turkmenistan law “through Turkmen`s consular offices abroad. Consular offices contribute to the development of Turkmenistan`s friendly relations with other states, to the expansion of economic, commercial, scientific, technical, cultural and tourism relations. Turkmenistan opens its consular offices in countries with which consular relations are established. In the absence of agreements to establish consular relations, the establishment of diplomatic relations is also considered to be the establishment of consular relations. Turkmenistan`s consular offices are opened and terminated by Turkmenistan`s presidential decree. An interim agreement on the opening of consular offices is based on intergovernmental bilateral agreements, agreements and bilateral protocols. Consular offices in their activities are governed by the Turkmenistan Constitution, the law in force, other laws of Turkmen law, universally recognized norms of international law and international treaties to which Turkmenistan is affiliated. Consular offices are integrated into the system of Turkmenistan`s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and are responsible for their activities. In the host state, consular offices, under the general direction of The Head of The Diplomatic Representation of Turkmenistan, work in that state.

Turkmenistan`s consular offices are divided into groups: IIA Mapping Project The IIA Mapping Project is a cooperative initiative between UNCTAD and universities around the world to represent IIA content. The resulting database serves as a tool to understand trends in CEW development, assess the prevalence of different policy approaches, and identify examples of contracts. The Mapping of IIA Content allows you to browse the results of the project (the page will be regularly updated as new results become available). Please quote as: UNCTAD, Mapping of IIA Content, available to More information: Mapping Project Page Project Description – Methodology document In return, the Turkmen leader learned of the fruitful and substantial nature of the ongoing negotiations with the Georgian President, during which colleagues exchanged views on pressing international policy issues, discussed all aspects of bilateral relations, analysed the implementation of previous agreements, and identified trends and concrete paths.