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On July 24-25, at President Nicolae Timofti's invitation, Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov paid an official visit to Moldova. Mr. Berdimuhamedov also met with Moldovan Prime Minister Iurie Leanca and Parliament Speaker Igor Corman.
According to an official statement, the two countries agreed on several documents, "among which an intergovernmental cooperation agreement in culture area, a memorandum of cooperation between the Chambers of Commerce of the two states, an intergovernmental convention on double taxation avoidance and fiscal evasion prevention and a consultation plan on the European integration between the Foreign Ministries of the two countries."
The Turkmen leader explained his visit showed the bilateral commitment to reach a new level and expressed his confidence it will develop in the year to come. President Timofti shared similar views, saying the visit of President Berdimuhamedov laid the basis to a new stage in the bilateral ties and stressed the need for the juridical cooperation framework to comply with such requirements.
Mr. Berdimuhamedov's visit was particularly timely for Moldova's European agenda only two days days after the European Union (EU) held its 4th Eastern Partnership Ministerial on July 22.
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