Today, a Memorandum of Cooperation was signed between the Bulgarian-Turkmenistan Chamber of Industry and Commerce and the Baltic-Black Sea Economic Forum.
As the editors of the Khersoncinews agency previously reported, negotiations on the accession of this reputable international organization registered in Bulgaria were held during the 1st Caspian Economic Forum (Turkmenbashi, Turkmenistan, August 11-12, 2019) between a board member of the Bulgarian-Turkmenistan Chamber of Industry and Commerce Daniel Delchev (pictured left) and Deputy Chairman of the Baltic-Black Sea Economic Forum Vladimir Makukha.
As a member of the Baltic-Black Sea Economic Forum board member Sergey Orekhov told the Khersoncy news agency, the signing of this Memorandum is another success of the focused and consistent work of the entire team of the Baltic-Black Sea Economic Forum and our partners from different countries:
"By signing this Memorandum, initiated at the sites of our forum, the project to create a corridor for effective cooperation not only reached the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria, but also received a reliable partner in the person of the Bulgarian-Turkmenistan Chamber of Industry and Commerce.
The signed document testified to the fact of consolidation of our international project in the territory of fraternal Bulgaria. In the text of the signed document, in particular, it is stated that the signatory parties “will improve existing and develop new models of cooperation aimed at increasing the efficiency of cooperation between the enterprises and organizations of the Baltic, Black Sea and Caspian sea basins, in particular the Kherson region (Ukraine) , Burgas (Bulgaria), Gdynia (Poland), Klaipeda (Republic of Lithuania), Tekirdag (Turkey), Kuryk (Kazakhstan), Batumi and Tbilisi (Georgia), Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan.
Implementation of new logistic models for the transportation of goods, facilitating the maximum use of the existing potential of the Parties, stimulating an increase in cargo turnover between the seaports of the Black, Baltic and Caspian Seas, in particular, the seaports of Kherson, Gdynia, Klaipeda, Burgas, Tekirdag, Kuryk and Turkmenbashi, ”emphasized Sergey Orekhov.