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Garlyk mining and processing plant (Turkmenistan)

10.05.2017

Belarus may take part in building second potash mining plant in Turkmenistan
Belarus may take part in building second potash mining plant in Turkmenistan It is possible that Belarus will be taking part in building the second potash mining plant in Turkmenistan. It was announced on May 10, 2017 in Minsk where an intergovernmental meeting is taking place. The commodity circulation between the countries decreased lately. However, there are drafts of new projects. One of the projects may be the establishment of a new potash mining plant.

02.04.2017

Negotiations, meetings, signed documents, launching Garlyk Mining and Processing plant. Results of Alexander Lukashenko's visit to Turkmenistan
Belarus President launches Garlyk Mining and Processing Plant during visit to Turkmenistan The Garlyk mining and processing plant in Turkmenistan is the largest foreign project in the history of independent Belarus. The launching of the plant was one of the main events of the week. Belarus builds objects in many countries. In Russia, Venezuela, Ecuador asked Belarus to build blocks of flats and a kindergarten. And even in Nicaragua, where they are planning to build a transoceanic canal, and alternative to the Panama Canal, Belarusian specialists are going to take part.

31.03.2017

Alexander Lukashenko, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov launch Garlyk Mining and Processing Plant
Alexander Lukashenko, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov launch Garlyk Mining and Processing Plant Turkmenistan can become the flagship of potash production in the Central Asian region. Alexander Lukashenko and Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov launched the Garlyk mining and processing plant on March 31. Belarus and Turkmenistan have implemented this large-scale project together. The capacity of the plant is up to 1.5 million tons per year. Its cost is about $1 billion.

30.03.2017

BSU Geography Faculty plans largest graduation of Turkmen students in 2017
Turkmen students of BSU Geography Faculty about plans and future work The Garlyk Mining and Processing Plant is today one of the largest projects of Belarus abroad. However, in addition to the construction of the potash giant, Belarus helps Turkmenistan in staff training. For example, engineers-geologists study in the Belarusian State University (BSU), the largest high school of Belarus. By the way, in 2017, the Faculty of Geography is planning the most large-scale graduation of students from Turkmenistan.
Garlyk mining and processing plant to be officially launched March 31
Garlyk mining and processing plant to be officially launched March 31 The Belarus-Turkmenistan partnership has become strategic in recent years. The prospects of cooperation will be discussed on March 30 by the two countries' presidents. Alexander Lukashenko will hold talks with his counterpart Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov. In addition, on March 30, a new complex of buildings of Belarus embassy will open in the capital of Turkmenistan. It is expected that the two leaders will take part in the opening ceremony. On Friday, the heads of state will launch the Garlyk mining and processing plant.

01.02.2017

Belarus determined to complete Garlyk plant in Turkmenistan on time
Belarus determined to complete Garlyk plant in Turkmenistan on time Belarus will perform on time and in full its obligations regarding the construction of the Garlyk mining and processing enterprise producing potash fertilizers. In the southeast of Turkmenistan, Belarusian builders are erecting the large-scale production facility in line with a turnkey contract. The cost of the plant is more than a billion dollars, with the Belarusian Potash Company to be engaged in the export of the plant’s products. In 2016, there were serious differences at the construction site that jeopardized the implementation of the project.

15.05.2016

What unites Belarus and Turkmenistan and what was agreed by the two presidents in Minsk?
What unites Belarus and Turkmenistan and what was agreed by the two presidents in Minsk? We will talk about the nuts and bolts later and also about the big geopolitics. But first, let's discuss the details of an important visit to Belarus of the leader of Turkmenistan. Now he can feel at home in Belarus because the Turkmen embassy opened in Minsk.

12.05.2016

Belarus, Turkmenistan presidents discuss mutually beneficial cooperation in Minsk
Belarus, Turkmenistan presidents discuss mutually beneficial cooperation in Minsk Negotiations between Belarus and Turkmenistan presidents were held in Minsk on May 11. Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov arrived in Belarus on an official two-day visit. In the conversation, the heads of state touched on a number of topics. This is the further deepening of the political dialogue and reciprocal steps to build up trade, including through the expansion of partnerships between the business communities. A striking example of cooperation remains the construction by Belarusian specialists of the Garlyk mining and processing plant. But there are already some new ideas too.

30.11.2015

Belarusian delegation visits construction site of Garlyk mining and processing plant in Turkmenistan
Belarusian delegation visits construction site of Garlyk mining and processing plant in Turkmenistan In Turkmenistan, two Belarusian projects are being implemented: the first one is the construction of a service center, which is designed to serve Belarusian tractors. The other one is a major foreign project of Belarus – the Garlyk mining and processing plant. By 2017, the plant will have reached the designed capacity of fertilizers’ production.

25.11.2015

Mikhail Myasnikovich visits Garlyk mining and processing plant in Turkmenistan
Mikhail Myasnikovich visits Garlyk mining and processing plant in Turkmenistan The construction of the Garlyk mining and processing plant in Turkmenistan will be completed in March 2017. A Belarusian delegation under the leadership of the Chairman of the Council of the Republic, Mikhail Myasnikovich, arrived in Ashgabat for talks.  The states signed a turnkey contract for the construction of the plant by the Belarusian side 5 years ago. It costs about a billion dollars. At this stage, installation works are underway. Drilling continues too. The depth is already about 300 meters.

13.10.2015

Garlyk mining and processing plant in Turkmenistan to be commissioned by early 2017
Garlyk mining and processing plant in Turkmenistan due by early 2017 The construction of the Garlyk mining and processing plant in Turkmenistan will be completed by early 2017. Today, 13 October, at a meeting with Chairman of the Council of the Republic Mikhail Myasnikovich, experts discussed the upcoming schedule of activities.  To speed up installation work Belarus will send to Turkmenistan further 300 experts. Belarus and Turkmenistan signed a turnkey contract for the construction of the plant 5 years ago. 

14.09.2015

Boost to Belarusian potash industry: Russia building new processing complex near Starobin potassium salt deposit
Boost to Belarus' potash industry: Russia building new processing complex near Starobin potassium salt deposit Belarus launches a large-scale project. A mining and processing complex will be erected near the Starobin potassium salt deposit. On September 11, there was launched the construction of the company that is expected to further strengthen the positions of Belarus in the global potash market. Last Friday, the Belarus President laid a capsule at the site of the future plant and talked with locals.