Turkmenistan (Turkmen:Türkmenistan) is a state-owned Turkmeniantelevision channel founded in 2004. As with other channels of Turkmenistan, it is under the control of the Coordinating Council for Television and Radio Broadcasting of the Cabinet of Ministers of Turkmenistan. The channel was created in order to avail the international community with the achievements of Turkmenistan in the country's historical transformations in all spheres of public life, as well as to further improve the country's information systems. Altyn Asyr has positioned itself as the main TV channel of Turkmenistan. Television is broadcast in seven different languages including Turkmen, Russian, English, French, Chinese, Arabic and Persian. The headquarters is located in Ashgabat.
The channel doesn't air Watan Habarlary, unlike the other Turkmen channels.
Turkmenistan organized a charter flight from RussianTatarstan to bring back its citizens, Trend ...There are no registered cases of coronavirus infection in Turkmenistan, but Turkmenistan is taking all necessary sanitary measures to prevent the virus from entering the country.
When the exchange rate of Turkmenistan's national currency, the manat, fell to 40 to the dollar on the black market on April 3, it was more than 11 times the long-standing official rate of 3.5 manats per dollar ... Such outages are no longer unusual in Turkmenistan, as people have learned to go without certain foods for periods of time.
SerdarBerdymukhamedov, Turkmenistan's president-in-waiting and son of the incumbent, on March 30 embarked on a four-day trip to Russia as part of an official government delegation ... Turkmenistan has lied to the international community in claiming it has detected no cases and may as a result be seen as a low priority for assistance.