A recent summit in Azerbaijan made it possible to constructively consider the role and place of the non-aligned movement in the modern world, said the foreign minister of Turkmenistan — a member of the movement — on Monday.

The Baku Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement on Oct. 25 discussed issues on the implementation of the movement’s goals and objectives, taking into account current realities and prospects for the long-term development of international cooperation as a whole, Rashid Meredov told a press briefing in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan’s capital.

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