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Turkmenistan Reshuffles Security Chiefs As Afghan Unrest Deepens | Hojaberdiev takes over from Yaylym Berdiyev, who had occupied his post since 2011 and has now been appointed Defense Minister, replacing Begench Gundogdiyev.

Gundogdiyev will in turn take over as commander of Turkmenistan’s naval forces.

Berdymukhamedov announced the personnel changes during a session of the state national security council, portions of which were shown on television.

Taking on their new roles, all the officials read out a vow of loyalty to the president and kissed the national flag as they kneeled.

At the meeting, Berdymukhamedov expressed his satisfaction with the work carried out by the National Security Ministry, which he said was responsible for upholding the foundations of the constitutional order. The president said that it was important to strengthen state security to ensure future prosperity.

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