Turkmenbaijan State Service of Media and Communication - RTT




  • President Nikolaj reacts to Andrew "Twiggy" Kligenberg on Turkmenbaijanis: "Disgusting, outrageous and racist."

    Arkhamnamabad - In an official tweet, president Nikola Nikolaj from Turkmenbaijan,expressed his dissatisfaction about the comments of the Australian billionaire mining and media mogul Andrew "Twiggy" Kligenberg.

    Speaking at a campaign launch with many supporters in Western Australia, a state which he could take away from the Conservatives for One Nation in an alliance deal with Pauline Hanson, he went on to talk about illegal immigration to Australia, particularly by Turkmenbaijani people.

    "When Turkmenbaijan sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're bringing crime, they're bringing drugs. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people. Folks, we have to stop it. We have to stop these people from coming in and trying to take our jobs. Hillary Clinton has advocated for an open border policy, but we need more control. That's why I'm proposing we build a wall on the Turkmen border and they will pay for it."

    Nikolaj condemned the expressions with a clear tweet: "This is impossible. Disgusting, outrageous and racist. Keep in mind the 2% of australians in Turkmenbaijan.
    our relationships with australia will come under pressure. The first who will feel that are those 2% australians."
    The president speaks a clear language.

    In an interview earlier this day, Nikolaj clearly said to examine the case and if it isnecessary, to take consequences.






  • THE RIGHTS OF AUSTRALIANS TO BE SUSPENDED AFTER INCIDENT

    ARKHAMNAMABAD - "When Turkmenbaijan sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're bringing crime, they're bringing drugs. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people. Folks, we have to stop it. We have to stop these people from coming in and trying to take our jobs. Hillary Clinton has advocated for an open border policy, but we need more control. That's why I'm proposing we build a wall on the Turkmen border and they will pay for it."

    Those words were said by the candidate for president Kligenberg from Australia.
    "Disgusting, outrageous and racist" replied Nikola Nikolaj in a clear tweet on his official account yesterday.

    President Julia Gillard of Australia condemned the expressions of the media mogul by saying "Australians are better than you."
    However, the turkmenbaijani government waits for official excuses from Julia. "This undermines our relations with our biggest neighbour" said Amos Bahman, chairman of the national congress of Turkmenbaijan.
    the government is taking these statements seriously and suspend the rights of the australian citizens within its borders for now until more clarity comes from Canberra.





  • NEW LOGO QAVIATSIYA INTL. AIRLINES

    ARKHAMNAMABAD - This morning at Airport Hava International Arkhamnamabad was presented the new logo of the national airline company of Turkmenbaijan. The new logo makes part of the renewal of the national state services.

    logo from 2001 new logo from december 4th, 2016



  • Car bomb attack in Basjrabad, Turkmenbaijan.

    BASJRABAD - A car driven by a suicide bomber has exploded after ramming the gates of the building of the State Srervice of national justice in the city of Basjrabad officials say.

    The suicide bomber died and three employees, were injured, Deputy Emina Almayeva said. The head of the state service of national justice, Burak Mahmadav condemned the bombing as an "extreme and violent attack". No-one has yet said they were behind the suicide bombing. The spokesperson of the government of the State Turkmenbaijan said: "Turkmenbaijan is appalled and strongly condemns the violent act."

    The mayor of Basjrabad had "demanded that national authorities take all necessary measures to ensure the safety of public institutions and personnel in Basjrabad and Turkmenbaijan, launch a thorough investigation to find out the truth of the incident and harshly punish the perpetrators".

    The vehicle reportedly smashed through the gates and exploded in the centre of the compound, close to the main entrance of the building.

    Social media footage showed smoke billowing above the building.

    "As a result of the explosion, only the suicide bomber terrorist died," Mr Asman told journalists. The three injured people were reportedly two 17-year-old embassy gardeners and an unidentified woman.

    In its travel advice for Turkmenbaijan, several governments of different countries warns of an underlying threat from terrorism.
    It says there has been some terrorist activity and armed violence, particularly south and west of the city of Qurashy and Yylyznamabad.




  • From "State" to "Territories subordinated to the State Turkmenbaijan".

    ARKHAMNAMABAD - From the 1st of January 2017, the State Turkmenbaijan will be renamed as Territories subordinated to the state Turkmenbaijan. With this name change, voted with all votes for the name change, the State want to underline her executive power on her territories. "Territories subordinated to the State Turkmenbaijan", "State Turkmenbaijan" and "Turkmenbaijan" are used to designate the souvereign state of Turkmenbaijan.



  • MIGRANT BOAT TORPEDOED BY PRAVOSLAVIYA: GOVERNMENT IS SHOCKED

    President Nikola Nikolaj of Turkmenbaijan calls the EU to condemn Pravoslaviya for killing 200 innocent people.

    ARKHAMNAMABAD - "The government of the State Turkmenbaijan and all her citizens are shocked by the actions of the Pravoslaviyan Navy and condems officialy those actions strongly." With those words begins the official press release of the turkmenbaijani government concerning the gruesom act commited by the Navy of Pravoslaviya. In the afternoon of the 30th of december the Navy of Pravoslaviya torpedoed a migrant boat with 200 passangers. Nikola Nikolaj called this morning on Radio Turkmenbaycan the EU "to condemn strongly those barbaric actions commited by the Pravoslaviyan state."

    The president is also concerned about the migration policy of the european union. "Actions like this proves that the migration policy of the european union is failling..." A further statement will follow later this week, according to the president.



  • ARKHAMNAMABAD - This afternoon Amos Bahman gave, the chairman of the national congress, in the name of the government and the president, a press conference about the planned closure of all Turkish schools in Pravoslaviya.

    The newly elected Metodi Pravoslav said during a victory speech in Tsrvensk that "today we are passing the legislation to, effective from the summer holidays, close the Turkish schools and integrate the religious ones into the national system." This decision came a lot of outrage at all the politicians of our country. Turkmenbaijan sees itself as the protector of all turkic peoples in europe, both in their motherland and in any other member state. This morning, the cabinet of Mrs. Sadet Potakyev (head of the Sate Service of external affairs) published already a request to Metodi Pravoslav to suspend the planned closures.

    Untill now, Pravoslaviya did not responded yet on the demand of the Turkmenbaijani government. Bahman said to be very combative and will defend the rights of all turkmenbaijanis and other european peoples,and as necessary to attract conclussions.

    On the question if Turkmenbaijan would impose sanctions against Pravoslaviya, the chairman said that "the president is ready to cooperate with everybody and reaches the hand to those who're defending our values."





  • TENSIONS RISE BETWEEN TURKMENBAIJAN AND PRAVOSLAVIYA

    BELOGRADCHIK (PRAVOSLAVIYA) - Foreign Minister Bilyana Pakrats of Pravoslaviya has responded brusquely to an 'official demand' from Turkmenbaijan that the government reverse its decision to close the Turkish schools at the end of the current school year.

    Mrs. Sadet Potakyev demanded the suspense of the planned closure of all turkish schools in Pravoslaviya and in the afternoon mr. Amos Bahman, chairman of the National Congres, gave a press conference on this issue. He repeated the same words as the head of external affairs did earlier this morning : "we want to guarantee the safety and freedoms of not only the turkmenbaijanis but of all the european Turkish peoples in their homeland or elsewhere."

    In an official reaction the foreign minister of Pravoslaviya Bilyana Pakrats made this clear statement: "We represent our citizens."
    As it seems now this will be the politics of the new government of Pravoslaviya.

    Amos Bahman reacted with a simple tweet on his official account, saying "They (Pravoslaviya) represent their citizins, we ours. At home or abroad." Also the leader of the kyrzbek minority party already gave comments on the statement of the foreign minister: "Attitudes like this will affect our relations with the Pravoslaviyan state."

    kyrzbeks are a Turkish minority that lives in the south-west of Turkmenbaijan.



  • TURKMENBAIJAN PROVIDE 520 6 000 000 TKM AID FOR REFUGEE CENTERS IN DROMUND KAAS

    ARKHAMNAMABAD - In an unofficial note, the government would provide 520 6 000 000 TKM (€19 000 000) support for the refugee camps in Dromund Kaas. This afernoon, the president will during the questiontime in the National Congress, explain the amount and the specific investments.




  • Turkmenbaijan politicians call australians to use common sense


    ARKHAMNAMABAD - Several national politicians of the State Turkmenbaijan, including the chairman of the National Congress, the president and members of parliament, call the australians to use common sense. This statement comes after the publication of the first results of the presidential elections in neighboring Australia.

    In these results, Mr. Klingenberg is in the lead with 45% in the State of Queensland. the Turkmenbaijani politicians are rightly worried about this results. Recall the rel around the declarations of Mr. Klingenberg a few months ago. Speaking at a campaign launch with many supporters in Western Australia, a state which he could take away from the Conservatives for One Nation in an alliance deal with Pauline Hanson, he went on to talk about illegal immigration to Australia, particularly by Turkmenbaijani people.

    "When Turkmenbaijan sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're bringing crime, they're bringing drugs. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people. Folks, we have to stop it. We have to stop these people from coming in and trying to take our jobs. Hillary Clinton has advocated for an open border policy, but we need more control. That's why I'm proposing we build a wall on the Turkmen border and they will pay for it."

    President Nikola condemned those expressions as disgusting, outrageous and racist. This morning, he warned the Australian politicians to keep in mind that good relations are indispensable in this times the European Union goes through.




  • KLINGENBERG PROVOKES AGAIN. TURKMENBAIJAN WATCHING EXPECTANTLY.

    PERTH, AUSTRALIA - The australian presidential candidate Mr. Klingenberg dropped again some provocative statements about building a wall on the turkmenbaijani-australian border. Apart from the fact that Turkmenbaijan should be responsible for the cost of the construction, Mr. Klingenberg is now accusing the State Turkmenbaijan. "Look at Turkmenbaijan. They have threatened us, trying to influence our election". "Ridiculous" is the comment of the spokesperson of the cabinet of External Affairs.

    Meanwhile, the leader of the SDH fraction in the National Congress responded: "If there is a systematic exclusion of people on the basis of origin (Turkmenbaijani) by means of a huge wall... then we feel it is our duty to take actions. Fortunately, we are still a long way off."




  • CLINTON ACCUSES RTT OF INFLUENCING THE AUSTRALIAN ELECTIONS

    CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - The Australian president, Hilary Clinton, has accused Turkmenbaijani state broadcaster RTT of influencing the presidential elections.
    Farük Emblamayev, head of the State Service of Media, Post, telecom and propaganda is surprised by the strong language Mrs. Clinton has used in her official statement.

    "RTT tries to show the facts in a neutral manner but also stand for the interests of Turkmenbaijan. Never the RTT has tried to influence the presidential elections of Australia, never RTT has tried to influence any elections. We are convinced that we run our journalistic task in the correct way and displayed fully the facts, in this case the statements of Turkmenbaijani politicians. Imposing sanctions to RTT is in this case equal of curtailing the freedom of the press. That is a democracy unworthy."

    The president has as a result of these statements said to be behind his minister but hopes for excellent relations between Turkmenbaijan and Australia. "The will needs to come from both sides".




  • POLLS BENEFICIAL FOR SDH

    ARKHAMNAMABAD - If Turkmenbaijan would held elections tomorrow, the governing party SDH (Social Democratic Movement) from president Nikola would win with a devasting majority. Striking: the SDH is leaning more and more to the communist parties in Europe.

    The biggest loss is for PSS (Party of industrialists). PSS occupies today 13 seats on 125 in the National Congress. 4 of them will go to the SDH.
    KPT (Kyrzbek Minority Party) has to give 1 seat to SDH wich is ending up with 113 seats on 125. Today SDH occupies 108 seats in the National Congress.



  • "I would be greatly surprised to learn that all immigrated turkmenbaijanis are criminals."

    ARKHAMNAMABAD - Isram Salayev; President of the SDH-fraction in the National Congress of Turkmenbaijan demands the release of the official crimerates committed by Turkmenbaijani nationals in Australia. He makes this call, after another swipe of presidential candidate Klingenberg towards Turkmenbaijan.


    "If the crimerates shows that there are systematic and deliberate criminal acts committed by our citizens than we work, of course, together with the Australian authorities to fight against it. But not by building a wall.

    May I however point out that the NS is noting the following about our country concerning Turkmenbaijani criminals: Crime, especially youth-related, is totally unknown, thanks to the all-pervasive police force and progressive social policies in education and welfare.

    I would be greatly surprised to learn that all immigrated turkmenbaijanis are criminals."



  • E-VISIT THE NATIONAL CONGRESS

    ARKHAMNAMABAD - The office of the chairman of the National Congress has released today a new tool on her website. From of today you can visit the National Congress online. Several rooms can be visited with a 360° angle, panorama views and informations about the daily operation of the Congress. On the new website you can find easily the partition of the parliament, the elected political parties and history facts. www.ulusalkonqress.tz




  • TURKMENBAIJAN WILL PARTICIPATE AT THE EUROVOICE SONG CONTEST

    ARKHMANAMABAD - RTT has confirmed their intention to participate at the Eurovoice Song Contest hosted this month in Saint-Paul-and-Saint-Peter-City in Sitanova. The contest will take place in the Swiss Tech Convention Center after the victory of Band Foster & The people with their song Houdini in Miraco. The candidates for "Eurovoice-Eurofest", the national competition wich will decide the participant for Turkmenbaijan will be anounced, with their song, next week. Eurovoice-Eurofest will be organised and broadcasted by the national broadcaster RTT.



  • TURKMENBAIJAN DOESN'T ALLOW FREE MEDIA BROADCASTS DURING TERRORIST ATTACKS

    ARKHAMNAMABAD - The Turkmebaijani media are now prohibited to report independently on terrorist attacks. That reports RTT, the national broadcaster based on official declarations of the Turkmenbaijani government. At such moments, the only information and images to spread that are allowed are those released by the Turkmenbaijani government.

    Independent reporting in Turkmenbaijan over terrorist attacks in the country seems to be in the future impossible. This is a result of a new rule that the Turkmebaijani State Service of media imposes. They are now prohibited on their own to report about such attacks. The representatives of all major networks and the State Service of Media made this clear, yesterday on a meeting.

    That meeting was, according to RTT, invested in order to put an end to the "confusion" during reporting after the incedidents of the attack on a refugee boat by the Pravoslaviyan government.




  • INCIDENTS AT TURKMENBAIJANI-AUSTRALIAN BORDER

    KYZYLKOSHUN - At the border between Turkmenbaijan and Australia some incidents happened this afternoon between the riot police and 2000 Kyrzbekistanis because their historical spiritual leader is not allowed to enter the State of Turkmenbaijan. There is now between Turkmenbaijan and Australia a line of demarcation.

    The Kyrzbekistanis are a small people and minority that always has resisted against what they call the occupation of Kyrzbekistan by Turkmenbaijan. Provisionally Kyrzbeks are defended to leave the state territory.

    Azat Lamanev, a historical spiritual leader of the Kyrzbekistanis has previously taken a flight from Saint Peter's and Saint Paul City in Sitanova to Arkhamnamabad but he was prevented from doing so. The council of Kyrzbekistanis, errected by KTP, had decided to meet him at the checkpoint Kyzylkoshun (TZ) - Bloombourg (AUS). Over 2000 Kyrzbekistanis gathered at the checkpoint to welcome Lamanev. But again, he was defended to enter the State Turkmenbaijan when thereafter several Kyrzbekistanis were trying to cross the border to meet Lamanev on Australian territory. After some skirmishes with a 50-odd members of the riot police several people passed the border and meeted with the spiritual leader.

    The governor of the Ýylyznamabad Province is calling the action of Azat Lamanev a provocation to destabilise the peace between the different people within the state borders.

    The governement has deciced that Kyrzbeks are defended, provisionally, to leave the State Turkmenbaijan.



  • KTP DISBANDED IN PARLIAMENT

    ARKHAMNAMABAD - In a special parliamentary meeting this morning, the governor of the Ýylyznamabad Province called the MP's to disband the KTP from the national congress. KTP is a political party who represents the Kyrzbek minority in Turkmenbaijan.

    Yesterday skirmishes break out as 2000 Kyrzbekistanis were trying to cross the border with Australia illagally to meet their historical spiritual leader who was defended to enter the State territory. The governor called this action a provocation to destabilise the peace between the diffirent people in Turkmenbaijan.

    Immidiatly after his appeal to disband the KTP from the national congress a vote was taken.

    Voted "YES": 118 (all MP's from SDH and PSS)
    Voted "NO": 7 (all MP's from KTP)

    The 7 vacant seats will go intirely to the governing party SDH wich will bring them on 115 seats. PSS remains at 10 seats.



  • TENSIONS AT THE AUSTRALIAN BORDER

    KYZYLKOSHUN - At the border with Australia unrests continues. A 100-odd of Kyrzbekistanis tried to jump over the fences on the Turkmenbaijani-Australian border but they did not succeed by the strict intervention of the riot police. At the Australian side of the border several vehicules of the border patrol are stationated to prevent more skirmishes.

    Kyrzbeks are defended to leave the territory of the State Turkmenbaijan because of the provocation caused by Azat Lamanev, the historical spiritual leader of the Kyrzbek minority.

    The situation will be closely followed...



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