According to the state news agency TDH, Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov reached in Dashoguz to evaluate the new hospital, which had been opened three days before, in preparation for a conference on public health protection.

The former President toured the hospital, inspecting departments and chatting with youngsters who were scheduled for surgery. According to TDH, Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov stated that the children’s care will be closely followed by medical personnel until they have fully recovered, at which point they will be provided with any medical support they require.

Children presented President Obama with poetry, as is customary, while parents congratulated him for “creating circumstances for children’s development and promoting public health.” The proceeds of the humanitarian foundation would be donated to people in need, according to Halk Maslahaty’s Chairperson. Turkmen individuals routinely request financial support for medical care, according to independent media sites.

The youngsters were then given gifts by Berdymukhammedov senior, A. Germanov, Deputy Minister of Healthcare and Medical Industry, and Kh. Gurbanov, the hospital’s top physician. The former President examined the clinic’s qualifications and recommended that they be upgraded as soon as feasible. He also described how the clinic evaluates the performance of all professionals, including doctors.

Furthermore, the former President suggested that measures be done to “avoid unpleasant outcomes stemming from the drying up of the Aral Sea, as well as to decrease negative health effects, taking into consideration recently revealed external variables.” In reaction to the claimed harmful impact of dust particles flowing in from the Aral Sea, Turkmenistan implemented the mask requirement and other preventative measures. Turkmen officials continue to deny the existence of COVID-19 cases.

“The planned Centre for Child Health and Protecting Maternal, as well as the general hospital and cancer clinic in Dashoguz, will be committed to preventing negative Aral Sea impacts and treating children’s diseases,” “Doctor Arkadag” commanded.

Berdymukhammedov senior also ordered the formation of “medical communities in all sectors of medicine” to discuss medical issues, speed up the adoption of digital technologies in healthcare, and promote professional interchange with foreign medical centres.

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