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Turkmenistan signs contract for participation in

2009. 29 July

( The Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Turkmenistan began phased preparations for the country's debut in the World Exhibition "Expo-2010" which will take place from 1 May to 31 October 2010 in Shanghai. By now, the Turkmen side has already signed necessary contracts with the Shanghai Coordinating Bureau of World Exhibitions.

As the correspondent reports from Ashgabat referring to the CCI, the total area of Turkmenistan's exhibition will exceed 1000 square meters. More than thirty ministries and departments of Turkmenistan will demonstrate their products at the largest economic forum.

The pavilion of Turkmenistan is located in one of the privileged places on the improvised "geographical map" of the exhibition, near the pavilion of the host country - China, the CCI said. Members of Turkmenistan organizing committee have already visited the construction site on the bank of Huanpu river, located in the limits of Shanghai city, and got acquainted with the progress of works. The pavilion construction will be completed by December this year.

Turkmen specialists are currently working on the scenarios of "round tables" and the presentation of cultural heritage of Turkmenistan in China. Particular attention will be paid to the preparation of the National Day of Turkmenistan at the World Exhibition.

It is for the first time that Turkmenistan will participate in this universal forum, whish is held every 5 years. To date, more than 180 nations and 50 international organizations confirmed their intention to participate in the "EXPO-2010". According to estimates, some 70 million people, most of whom represent world business circles, will visit the World Exhibition in Shanghai with the motto "The best city - better life".