Turkmenistan is actively working to increase the number of electronic sites


At a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers of Turkmenistan, Deputy Prime Minister Myahrijemal Mammedova reported on the work carried out in the field of culture and media for January-February 2024.

As mentioned, Turkmenistan is actively working to increase the number of electronic publications. This is being done as part of the implementation of the “Concept of the Digital Economy in Turkmenistan in 2019-2025” and the “State Program for the Development of the Digital Economy in Turkmenistan for 2021-2025.”

In particular, information content is being added to the official websites of state cultural institutions and the media. Work is also being carried out to improve the skills of media employees in the field of information and communication technologies.

It is worth noting that thanks to the expansion of the information market in Turkmenistan, almost all companies and government agencies have their own websites where press releases about the latest events are posted. The widespread use of modern technologies makes it possible to quickly, online, disseminate news about the large-scale achievements of independent neutral Turkmenistan and the implementation of foreign policy initiatives of President Serdar Berdimuhamedov.

In July 2020, the electronic website “Türkmenmetbugat” was launched in Turkmenistan, where newspapers and magazines are posted. The electronic version of the media allows the reader to catch up with the latest news stories and also contains analysis of the most important news. It is also easy to use, because in addition to the electronic website, the developers have created a mobile application.

Currently, electronic resources are one of the modern means of transmitting information, a communication tool, and finally, an advertising product that provides great opportunities in the field of information retrieval. Therefore, the main purpose of websites is to provide information. The transition to a new media space has significantly increased the value of information for the consumer and prompted the search for new forms of receiving, storing and transmitting it.