In particular, at a meeting with the Executive Director of the Turkmenistan-US Business Council Eric Stewart, issues of bilateral cooperation in the fields of trade and economic cooperation, energy, transport and agriculture were discussed. It was noted that the participants of the meeting of the Business Council by a third more than planned: us companies, as well as the UK and Canada. Among them are world business leaders, including the largest banks.
In addition, at the talks in New York, the President of Turkmenistan discussed the development of cooperation with the Director of Boeing for international sales Brian Lopp. The Turkmen leader stated that the airline is one of the long-standing and reliable partners of Turkmenistan. The President noted that recently a document was signed on the purchase of a new generation of Boeing 737 MAX7 Airliners by Turkmenistan, stressing that the use of modern flight equipment will significantly expand the capabilities of the national civil aviation and ensure the further development of air cargo and passenger transportation at a decent level. B. Lopp confirmed the interest of Boeing in strengthening and building up business contacts with Turkmen partners.
During the visit, the head of state also discussed the possibility of supplying new agricultural machinery to Turkmenistan at a meeting with the President of the agricultural company John Deere in the CIS, Asia and Africa, Markvart von Pentz. The businessman made a number of proposals to expand cooperation, including through the supply of new types of grain harvesters and cotton harvesters, tractors, as well as various agricultural equipment.
According to the President of Turkmenistan, the use of innovative technologies to increase crop yields and ensure the rational use of land and water resources is a promising direction for the development of agriculture in Turkmenistan.
At a meeting with the Chairman of the Board of Oxbow Group William Koch discussed the prospects of partnership in the fuel and energy sector, training. Oxbow Group, which is one of the leaders in the field of natural resources processing, is ready to provide Turkmenistan with a wide range of services, as well as to continue purchases of petroleum coke, carbamide products and sulfur produced in Turkmenistan.