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          Predsjednik Turkemenistana uradio je najbizaraniju stvar do sada      Cache   Translate Page      
Predsjednik Turkmenistana Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov još jednom je pokazao zašto ga nazivaju jednim od najoseobujnih osoba na političkoj sceni. Tako je
          Alice Wells discusses progress in bilateral ties during meeting with Foreign Office officials       Cache   Translate Page      

Senior US diplomat Alice Wells on Tuesday held delegation-level discussions with senior officials of the Foreign Office to review progress on bilateral relations.

Wells, the US Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia, headed the visiting delegation while the Pakistani side was led by Additional Secretary FO (Americas) Aftab Khokher. Senior officials from the interior and defence ministries also attended the talks.

US diplomat Alice Wells holds delegation-level talks with FO officials. — Photo: FO
US diplomat Alice Wells holds delegation-level talks with FO officials. — Photo: FO

"The meeting took stock of the understanding reached between Foreign Minister [Shah Mehmood] Qureshi and Secretary [Mike] Pompeo to rebuild the relationship based on mutual trust and respect," FO spokesman Dr Mohammad Faisal said in a statement.

Pakistan during the meeting stressed the need to increase commercial and economic cooperation and people-to-people contacts in order to diversity bilateral US-Pakistan relations, the handout said.

The evolving regional situation and peace and stability in Afghanistan were also discussed during the meeting.

"The US delegation appreciated the need to strengthen the bilateral relationship with Pakistan which [is] an important country of the region," the statement revealed.

The two sides agreed to continue efforts to promote the shared objectives of peace and stability in the region and to diversify their bilateral relationship.

Meeting with finance minister

The US envoy also called on Finance Minister Asad Umar.

During the meeting, Wells and Umar discussed the present state of Pakistan-US ties — with an emphasis on economic cooperation — and the overall security situation in the region, a Ministry of Finance press release said.

"Matters related to international cooperation to curb terror financing also came under discussion," the statement said.

The finance minister was quoted as saying during the meeting that Pakistan had made great strides in the war against terrorism in recent years and "it will continue to take all possible steps to root out terror financing and money laundering".

Umar shared the government's vision to reform the country's economy with the diplomat, who informed the minister about the US efforts for regional security.

The finance minister said "such visits contribute to enhancing understanding of each other’s point of view on issues of bilateral significance".

Ambassador Wells had arrived in Pakistan earlier today on a one-day visit.

The Government of Pakistan official Twitter account had announced that Wells would discuss "Pakistan-US ties, regional situation and Afghan peace process".

The purpose of the meetings between Wells and Pakistani officials would be to follow up on Foreign Minister Qureshi's meeting with Pompeo earlier this month "with a view to further strengthen bilateral relations", the spokesperson had said yesterday.

Her visit comes ahead of a meeting of regional countries on Afghan peace, involving Iran, China, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Uzbe­kistan and Turkmenistan, which is being hosted by Moscow on Friday. A delegation of Taliban will also join the talks.


With additional reporting by Sanaullah Khan in Islamabad.


          Turkey: DTM Turkey Migrant Presence Monitoring - Overview of the Situation with Migrants, Quarterly Report | July - September 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: International Organization for Migration
Country: Afghanistan, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Iran (Islamic Republic of), Iraq, Morocco, Pakistan, Russian Federation, Somalia, Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, World

Background and Key Findings

According to the latest available figures from the Turkish Directorate General of Migration Management (DGMM) there are currently an estimated 3.9 million foreign nationals present in Turkish territory seeking international protection. Most are Syrians (3,567,658* individuals) who are granted temporary protection status, while according to UNHCR 361,693 asylum seekers and refugees from countries including Iraq, Afghanistan, The Islamic Republic of Iran and Somalia constitute another significant group of foreign nationals seeking Turkish humanitarian and legal protection. Like the previous reporting period, since June 2018 the number of Syrians residing in camps has decreased by 36,538


          Afghanistan hopes M'sia plays bigger role in its redevelopment, peace processes      Cache   Translate Page      
KUALA LUMPUR: Afghanistan, a landlocked country located within south-central Asia, hopes Malaysia can play a bigger role in the redevelopment and peace processes in the conflict-torn country, says the country’s ambassador to Malaysia, Atiqullah Atifmal.

For starters, he said it was imperative for Malaysia to have an embassy in Kabul to strength bilateral relations and also visa facilitation, especially for businessmen and students who were keen to seek opportunities in the South-East Asian nation.

“My president (Ashraf Ghani) is ready to welcome Malaysia's Prime Minister (Tun) Dr Mahathir (Mohamad) to Afghanistan anytime. We hope some agreements could be signed between the two countries in higher education, trade and business, political and ministries of foreign affairs cooperation, as well as access to fruits,” he told Bernama in an interview recently.

Atifmal said his embassy was trying to arrange a meeting between the Afghanistan president and Dr Mahathir during an international conference or official visit.

He noted it was important for both leaders to meet and discuss bilateral ties, as well as strengthening people-to-people and parliament-to-parliament relations.

Atifmal also suggested the new Malaysian government appoint a non-resident ambassador to Kabul for the first step to boost bilateral cooperation between the two countries, particularly to expand trade and businesses.

“(The) First step is important to convince the leadership in Malaysia that Afghanistan is a peaceful and safe country. We have over 42 embassies and 20 consuls-general, six flights from Dubai and New Delhi per day. This shows embassies functioning there are safe,” he said.

Atifmal said currently, the Afghan people, especially businessmen and students were facing acute issues as Malaysia did not have an embassy in Kabul, adding that they needed to travel to India or Dubai to obtain a visa to Malaysia.

“We currently have 600 Afghan students in Malaysia. If our relations with Malaysia could expand, more students will seek education here because the Afghan people are keen to send their children to study in Malaysia because it is a Muslim-majority country, with common cultures and similarities.

“Besides that, it is also important for us (Afghans) to see how Malaysians of different ideology, ethnicity, race and religion can work together.

“The Afghan people should come and learn how to live together in harmony and friendship,” he added.

On business cooperation, Atifmal said in May last year, the Malay Chamber of Commerce Malaysia (MCCM) and Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce & Industries (ACCI) signed a memorandum of understanding to establish the Malaysia-Afghanistan Business Council.

He said the council would be a milestone for the future economic cooperation between Afghanistan and Malaysia, adding that Afghanistan was currently in the process of accessing fresh and dried fruits for the Malaysian market.

The ambassador said although there was no direct access between Kuala Lumpur and Kabul, it was possible for his country to export goods to Malaysia. This follows an agreement inked between Iran, India and Afghanistan on Oct 23, on the transit of goods via Iran's southeastern port city of Chabahar.

“There are many possibilities to expand the bilateral relations. We are no longer a landlocked country because we have the Chabahar Port, over which we signed an agreement with Iran and India. Now, many businesses and companies have set up an office for trade,” he added.

Atifmal pointed out that another possibility to engage in trade was through the Lapis Lazuli transport corridor, created in November last year, which was set to connect five countries, namely Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey.

He said Afghanistan needed manufactured and electronic goods, machinery and halal products, including Islamic banking from Malaysia, while Afghanistan had natural resources where Malaysian companies could come and explore the opportunities.

The ambassador said Afghanistan required expertise in the aggregation system, hotel development and management as well as reconstruction for the development of a new city, for three million Afghans in the future.

“Malaysia has good experience in construction and building, and in Afghanistan, we need the housing system, as millions of people are in dire need of housing. We have a new city for three million Afghans, to be built in the future and in phases with hospitals, roads, schools and hotels. We are in need of investments from foreigners,” he noted.

Atifmal said Afghanistan was blessed with plenty of natural resources and it required experience from Malaysia to go there and help them to develop the industry, adding that the presence of Malaysians in Afghanistan could also help in the peace process in view of its friendly position in the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation. — Bernama
          How Turkmenistan spies on its citizens at home and abroad      Cache   Translate Page      

A mix of traditional techniques and new technologies allows the Turkmen regime to follow its citizens’ every move.

Turkmenistan President Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov. Photo: Kremlin Pool / Zuma Press / PA Images. All rights reserved.New documents obtained by openDemocracy can today reveal how Turkmenistan's regime is spying on its citizens abroad, in order to scrutinise who they are in contact with and what they post. The documents, which comprise the period between 2008 and 2014, also reveal the key role Turkmenistan’s Embassy in Turkey has played in spying on Turkmen citizens in that country. 

According to Freedom House, Turkmenistan is one of the world’s least free countries, where the flow of information is severely restricted and tightly controlled. Since 2006, the Central Asian state has been part of Reporters without Borders’ list of “enemies of the internet”. Having an internet connection is punishingly expensive and satellite dishes have been dismantled. Turkmen Telekom, the only internet provider, is run by the government. Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, VKontakte have all been blocked, alongside numerous news websites.

In the mind of the authorities, censorship helps to guarantee political stability and the durability of the regime by controlling what information Turkmen citizens have – or, more accurately, don’t have – access to. However, the new documents seen by openDemocracy reveal how the regime is attempting to track its citizens abroad, as well as at home. With Turkmen students present in significant numbers at institutions in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine, it is legitimate to wonder whether the Turkmen Embassies in those countries exercise the same degree of control, too, and whether this practice continues to this day.

Tried and tested

The system is simple, if laborious. The education attaché at the embassy requests a complete list of all Turkmen students from Turkish universities, as well as the courses they are enrolled in. This information is entered into Excel files – some of which have been obtained by openDemocracy – along with the students’ date of birth, passport number and permanent address in Turkmenistan.

The data is then passed on to informers, themselves Turkmen students who are lured into collaborating with the government in exchange for financial aid. According to the documents, there is one designated informer per university dormitory who is assigned a list of students to spy on. Informers work independently and do not know the identity of other informers. They fill in their own entries in the Excel files, which are then sent to the embassy and on to Ashgabat, in a constant back-and-forth of information.

According to Kerim, one of the informers reached by openDemocracy, Ashgabat would often show an interest in students’ grades, course attendance and progress in their studies. This is confirmed in some of the entries in the Excel files, where it was noted that a ‘student has received low grades, therefore he should be questioned,’ while another student ‘tries to be good in his studies. He is under my control.’ But something more sinister lies behind this innocent facade, as not performing in one’s studies is interpreted in Ashgabat as engaging in extracurricular activities, which is why one of the informers’ tasks is to gauge students’ political and religious orientations.

lead Turkmen student Omriuzak Omarkulyev. Source: RFE/RL Turkmen Service. A document from the Turkmen Embassy in Ankara classifies Turkmen students according to their links to various “groups”, a code word used throughout the files to mean Islamic religious movements such as the Nur movement, whose disciples follows the teachings of Turkish preacher Said Nursi, and the Gülen movement, which has been banned both in Turkey and Turkmenistan. One entry states that a student “has bad marks and has been given a warning. More recently, he turned away from the movement and is now concentrating on his studies.”

As is often the case, however, spies end up being spied upon. It so happened that, since returning to Turkmenistan after finishing his studies, Kerim has been harassed by the authorities, who accused him of having been part of the Gülen movement, too, and of writing articles for foreign media outlets.

Others have had it worse. In June 2018, RFE/RL ran a story about a Turkmen student in Turkey, Omriuzak Omarkulyev, who was invited to visit Turkmenistan to take part in various events in the country, including addressing parliament, as the authorities were said to have been impressed with his activism at his Turkish university. Omarkulyev is now being held at the notorious Ovadan-Depe prison in the Karakum desert. Less than two weeks later, RFE/RL’s Turkmen service reported that several people living and studying abroad who had returned to Turkmenistan on the authorities’ invitation had also been detained.

What continues abroad begins at home

If the Turkmen government’s arm abroad is long, at home it appears to be ubiquitous, as it has effectively eradicated any form of opposition to the regime and ended all free media. Recently, the hunt is on for anyone commenting, sharing, liking and following Turkmen news sites from abroad such as Prague-based RFE/RL’s Turkmen service Azatlyk, Vienna’s Chronicles of Turkmenistan, and the Dutch-based Alternative Turkmenistan News, which are the only remaining outlets reporting on daily events inside Turkmenistan.

Reports indicate that readers of these news sources have been warned during interrogations that, since these sites remain banned in the country, reading them constitutes a crime. They are being questioned as to why they visit those sites, whether they regularly follow their news and whether they give information to them. Azatlyk disclosed that social media users have received calls directly to their mobile phones by the authorities and, at times, have even received a visit at home.

This comes against the backdrop of a fast-deteriorating economic situation in the country with food shortages and soaring unemployment, which have the government increasingly edgy about any potential source of dissent, including online. Recently, the State News Agency of Turkmenistan reported that the vice president of Rohde und Schwarz, a German technology company, had met Turkmen president Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov. While the official reason for the encounter was trade, activists and Turkmenistan-watchers fear that the government’s real aim is to obtain devices to monitor and block mobile and satellite communications, as well as internet access. Because of this, Human Rights Watch called upon Rohde und Schwarz to disclose its dealings with Turkmenistan in order to guarantee accountability.

Apart from cutting-edge technology, the Turkmen intelligence services still resort to threats and physical violence to extract information – and, sure enough, money 

In the past, Wikileaks revealed that Turkmenistan had acquired various spy technologies, including the FinFisher software. As CorpWatch, a watchdog covering corporate wrongdoing, reported at the time: “FinFisher – a suite of software products manufactured by Gamma International, a UK company – claim that it can track locations of cell phones, break encryption to steal social media passwords, record calls including Skype chats, remotely operate built-in webcams and microphones on computers and even log every keystroke made by a user.”

Apart from cutting-edge technology, the Turkmen intelligence services still resort to threats and physical violence to extract information – and, sure enough, money – from people. In a country with no rule of law to speak of, people are threatened with all sorts of consequences – they may not be able to travel abroad ever again; their children may be kicked out of school; a relative may lose their job – for them to snitch on the internet habits of family, friends, and acquaintances. Useful information includes whether they know someone who uses VPNs to access the internet – and what websites they visit. Students studying at a foreign university and spending their summer breaks at home are also an easy prey, especially if they need to renew their passports.

However, one Ashgabat resident told openDemocracy that people targeted include those whose behaviour or appearance seem to deviate from the norm – especially when it may be interpreted as an outward expression of religiosity. So, for instance, if someone grows a beard or refuses to drink alcohol at wedding parties, often they will be summoned for interrogation shortly after. There, they will subjected to severe physical and psychological pressure, including torture, to make them comply with the intelligence services’ demands: either you report on people who speak against the government, online or otherwise, or you will spend 25 years in prison for terrorism.

In the end, whether at home or abroad, on- or off-line, one thing seems certain: the Turkmen government is out for any and all information about its citizens, and will go to any length to get it.

 

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          Raih Medali Emas, Eko Yuli Juara Dunia Angkat Besi 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

BINTANGNEWS.com –Kabar bahagia datang dari dunia olahraga Tanah Air. Lifter Indonesia, Eko Yuli Irawan, meraih medali emas di Kejuaraan Dunia Angkat Besi 2018 yang berlangsung di Turkmenistan.
Dalam keterangan yang diperoleh SINDOnews, Eko Yuli menjadi lifter terbaik dunia pada nomor 61 kg usai tampil di Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, Sabtu (3/11/2018). Eko Yuli tampil cemerlang dengan total angkatan 317kg.

Total angkatan tersebut dicapai Eko Yuli dengan rincian 143 pada angkatan snatch dan 174 kg di angkatan clean & jerk. Hasil tersebut mengungguli lifter asal China, Li Fabin, yang meraih perak dan Qin Fulin yang menggondol perunggu.

Di ajang tersebut, Indonesia masih berpeluang meraih medali tambahan. Pasalnya, masih ada sembilan atlet dari tujuh nomor berbeda yang tampil, salah satunya Sri Wahyuni yang tampil di kelas 49 kg. Sekadar informasi, keduanya merupakan penyumbang medali Indonesia di Olimpiade Rio 2016 lalu.

Kementerian Pemuda dan Olahraga (Kemenpora) langsung merespon kabar bahagia tersebut. Lewat akun media sosial resminya, Kemenpora menyatakan bangga dengan prestasi yang ditorehkan Eko Yuli Irawan di ajang bergengsi tersebut.

"Terima kasih Eko Yuli Irawan, Indonesia Bangga!! Semoga hasil ini bisa terus dipertahankan hingga nanti tampil di Olimpiade Tokyo 2020," demikian respon Kemenpora.***

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Ikuti Terus Sumber Informasi Dunia di twitter@bintangnews.com




          Afghan Reconciliation Initiatives: vindication of Pakistan?      Cache   Translate Page      
The latest visit by a senior US diplomat Alice Wells took place just a few days ahead of a regional consultative meeting at Moscow involving Iran, China, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and the host Russia. A Taliban delegation
          Монета Туркменистан 1000 манат 1999      Cache   Translate Page      

Страна: Туркменистан
Название: 1000 манат
Цена: 150
Приблизительный размер: 22*22 mm
Год: 1999
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          India Has Yet to Commit to Attending Afghan Peace Talks in Moscow - Source      Cache   Translate Page      
If India decides to attend the meet, it would be the first time it will have shared a table with Afghan Taliban representatives in a multilateral forum. Russia has sent invitations to the talks to Afghanistan, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, the United States and the Afghan Taliban.
          Turkmenistan’s president Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov lifts golden weights before his applauding Cabinet      Cache   Translate Page      

What Donald Trump will make it has yet to be revealed, but for now all we have is Turkmenistan’s president Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov lifting golden weights bar before his applauding Cabinet. Mr Berdy is also the country’s prime minister and commander-in-chief of the country’s armed forces. And sine you asked, male homosexuality is illegal:

 

 

According to Human Rights Watch:

Turkmenistan remains an extremely repressive country. The government severely restricts all fundamental rights and freedoms, including freedoms of association, expression, and religion. President Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov, his relatives and their associates control all aspects of public life, and the authorities encroach on private life. The government carries out forced evictions without adequately compensating those affected. The government continues to conceal the fate and whereabouts of dozens of people forcibly disappeared following their imprisonment during waves of arrests in the late 1990s and early 2000s, although it has begun to return to families the bodies of several inmates forcibly disappeared years ago who have recently died in custody. Activists and independent correspondents critical of the government face increased intimidation, harassment, physical attacks and imprisonment. The country remains closed to any independent scrutiny.

 


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TIS’ THE SEASON TO GET EARNING! Looking for casual work with the WOW factor this festive season? Well look no further because you’ve just hit the jackpot! Off to Work have flexible work available at some of the most prestigious venues & events in Egham and the surrounding areas! We are looking for a team of Waiters & Waitresses to do their thing at the likes of luxury hotels, iconic sports stadiums and celebrity events. You certainly won’t be bored! This is YOUR chance to experience the extraordinary whilst getting paid! Our team members have also had the chance to work abroad at some incredible events. We have sent teams to Berlin, Paris, South Korea and Turkmenistan for the Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games! Ideally, you will have a full UK driving license & access to your own vehicle, so you can get to those extraordinary events that may be slightly further afield. If you drive and have access to your own car, please SHOUT about it in your application! Our drivers automatically get paid a minimum of £9/hr (including holiday pay) with some shifts paying up to £12/hr. No experience? No problem! We hire the attitude & train the skills - full hospitality training will be provided so you can be top dog whilst doing your thing at these incredible venues! All work is casual and paid weekly, so you don’t have to commit to a rota! You Are: Enthusiastic, committed and passionate about delivering great service Able to drive and have access to a car (If not we still want you!**) Proud of your personal work and appearance? Hungry for a challenge & love to experience new things What’s in it for you? Daily prizes available throughout December and the chance to win £1400 in our prize draw! Add another string to your bow & work at some of the most amazing venues in Reading! WEEKLY PAY! Pay rates starting from £8.78/hr (£7.83 + holiday pay) for over 25’s and from £8.27/hr (£7.38 + holiday pay) for under 25’s, automatically rising to £8.78/hr after 30 shifts! Drivers automatically get paid £9/hr (including holiday pay) Unlimited friend referrals incentive scheme ** Christmas is just around the corner, so we are on the hunt for Waiters & Waitresses to join our team for flexible event work at some pretty spectacular events over the festive period. So if you’re interested in flexible hospitality work, but don’t drive or have access to your own car, don’t worry! Get in touch as we would love to hear from you! To fast-track your application, please register online on the Off to Work website today! You must provide proof that you are eligible to work in the UK. You must be over 18 due to the service of alcohol. For us to contact you we need your consent to collect, process and store your data. You have the right to withdraw any or all data we have collected from you at any time. Please contact us for a full list of data we collect from you.
          Pesista Keydomar Vallenilla ganó bronce en Mundial de Turkmenistán      Cache   Translate Page      

El pesista varguense Keydomar Vallenilla (89 kg), campeón mundial menor en Malasia 2016, ganó este martes la medalla de bronce en la modalidad de envión del Campeonato Mundial Ashgabar, Turkmenistán, marcando un nuevo hito para Venezuela en las justas mundiales de halterofilia.

Pesista Keydomar Vallenilla ganó bronce en Mundial de Turkmenistán

Tras dos intentos válidos de 195 y 201 kilogramos, el criollo de 19 años alzó 204 kilos en su último intento para llevarse el bronce, el tercero para Venezuela tras los dos que ganó Julio Mayora en arranque (147 kg) y total olímpico (322 kg).

Con esta cosecha, Venezuela logra por primera vez en la historia tres medallas de oro en un Mundial de Pesas de Mayores. Antes de la cita en Ashgabar, los únicos en ganar medallas eran Julio Luna (1997) e Israel Rubio (2006).

Previo a la competencia de envión, Vallenilla, quien también posee en su palmarés una presea de plata en el Mundial Juvenil de Japón 2017, se ubicó en la décima posición de arranque con 165 kilos. AVN

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          Газ, соль, вода — бесплатно… Электричество — бесплатно… Топливо бесплатно… Это Туркменистан, самая бедная республика СССР      Cache   Translate Page      
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А при СРСР Туркменістан був самою бідною республікою з самим низкім рівнем життя!повідомляютьhttp://www.favoritnews.in.ua/


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Туркменистан:

Ипотека — 1% на 30 лет,
через 15 лет оплаты вторую половину
оплачивает государство.

Газ, соль, вода — бесплатно.

Электричество — бесплатно по 35 квтчас
на каждого члена семьи.

Топливо бесплатно:
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-на грузовую машину — 200 литров.

Так бывает, когда недра идут на
благосостояние страны, а не отдельных
«Друзей»-олигархов.

Считаешь что процент ипотеки и цены на бензин преступны ставь класс и поделись с друзьями!

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          “Türkmenistan Büyük İpek Yolu'nun Kalbi Konferansı“      Cache   Translate Page      
Türkmenistan'ın Ankara Büyükelçisi İşankuli Amanlıyev; "Büyük İpek Yolu, barışın tesis edilmesi, uluslararası ticaretin gelişmesi, halklar arasındaki münasebetlerin gelişmesi bakımından büyük önem arz etmektedir" dedi.
          Central Asia Gassing Up China      Cache   Translate Page      
Kazakhstan looks to increase its natural gas exports to China, and Turkmenistan may be gaining an old customer back.
          Kualifikasi Piala AFC 2020: Timnas Indonesia U-23 Gabung Grup Berat      Cache   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Kuala Lumpur - Undian kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020 telah dilangsungkan di Malaysia, Rabu (7/11/2018). Timnas Indonesia U-23 masuk di grup berat.

Garuda Muda, sebutan Timnas Indonesia U-23, berada di zona timur. Timnas Indonesia tergabung di Grup K bersama Vietnam, Thailand, dan Brunei Darussalam.

Bila dilihat, Grup K merupakan negara-negara yang berada di kawasan Asia Tenggara. Namun sudah jelas, grup ini sangat berat.

Pasalnya, Vietnam merupakan finalis Piala AFC U-23 2018. Mereka juga akan menjadi tuan rumah Grup K di babak kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020. Sedangkan Thailand merupakan tuan rumah Piala AFC U-23 2020.

Perjuangan Timnas Indonesia U-23 di babak kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020 akan dimulai pada 22 hingga 26 Maret tahun depan.

Juara grup dipastikan lolos, sedangkan runner up akan dipilih empat atau lima akan ada empat atau lima runner-up terbaik dari 11 tim runner-up fase kualifikasi yang akan lolos tergantung apakah Thailand masuk dalam dua posisi teratas atau tidak di Grup K.

Hasil Undian Kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020

Zona Barat

Grup A Qatar*, Oman, Nepal, Afganistan

Grup B Palestina, Bahrain*, Bangladesh, Sri Langka

Grup C Irak, Iran*, Turkmenistan, Yaman

Grup D Arab Saudi*, Uni Emirat Arab, Lebanon, Maladewa

Grup E Yordania, Suriah, Kirgistan, Kuwait*

Grup F Uzbekistan*, Tajikistan, India, Pakistan

Zona Timur

Grup G Korea Utara, Hong Kong, Singapura, Mongolia*

Grup H Korea Selatan, Australia, Kamboja*, Cina Taipei

Grup I Jepang, Myanmar*, Timor Leste, Makau

Grup J Malaysia*, China, Laos, Filipina

Grup K Vietnam*, Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam.

Keterangan: * tuan rumah

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          Blog Post: New publications added to Lexis Advance news content      Cache   Translate Page      
Several new publications have been added to Lexis Advance news content, including: * High Net Worth Insights Journal Retirement Market Insights Journal Millionaire Corner Newsletter       Lianhe Wanbao Shin Min Daily News Accord Fintech BSE Bizcommunity Caravan Alive Daily News (Tanzania) HT Ranchi Edition Manila Bulletin Nuffoods Spectrum Paper VC   The Conversation—Australia The Conversation—United States The Conversation—Africa The Conversation—United Kingdom The Conversation—Canada The Conversation—France The Conversation—Spanish Intellinews—Armenia Today Intellinews—Azerbaijan Today Intellinews—Belarus Today Intellinews—Georgia Today Intellinews—Iran Today Intellinews—Kosovo Today Intellinews—Kyrgyzstan Today Intellinews—Moldova Today Intellinews—Mongolia Today Intellinews—Slovenia Today Intellinews—Tajikistan Today Intellinews—Turkmenistan Today Intellinews—Uzbekistan Today Publisher, Content Engine LLC: Ambito Financiero Andina Agencia Noticiera Diario Meridiano, Venezuela Clarin El Cronista Comercial Infobae Revista Fairway REIT Magazine—coming soon   * Some news sources listed may or may not be available depending on your current LexisNexis® subscription.
          Kualifikasi Piala AFC 2020: Timnas Indonesia U-23 Gabung Grup Berat      Cache   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Kuala Lumpur - Undian kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020 telah dilangsungkan di Malaysia, Rabu (7/11/2018). Timnas Indonesia U-23 masuk di grup berat.

Garuda Muda, sebutan Timnas Indonesia U-23, berada di zona timur. Timnas Indonesia tergabung di Grup K bersama Vietnam, Thailand, dan Brunei Darussalam.

Bila dilihat, Grup K merupakan negara-negara yang berada di kawasan Asia Tenggara. Namun sudah jelas, grup ini sangat berat.

Pasalnya, Vietnam merupakan finalis Piala AFC U-23 2018. Mereka juga akan menjadi tuan rumah Grup K di babak kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020. Sedangkan Thailand merupakan tuan rumah Piala AFC U-23 2020.

Perjuangan Timnas Indonesia U-23 di babak kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020 akan dimulai pada 22 hingga 26 Maret tahun depan.

Juara grup dipastikan lolos, sedangkan runner up akan dipilih empat atau lima akan ada empat atau lima runner-up terbaik dari 11 tim runner-up fase kualifikasi yang akan lolos tergantung apakah Thailand masuk dalam dua posisi teratas atau tidak di Grup K.

Hasil Undian Kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020

Zona Barat

Grup A Qatar*, Oman, Nepal, Afganistan

Grup B Palestina, Bahrain*, Bangladesh, Sri Langka

Grup C Irak, Iran*, Turkmenistan, Yaman

Grup D Arab Saudi*, Uni Emirat Arab, Lebanon, Maladewa

Grup E Yordania, Suriah, Kirgistan, Kuwait*

Grup F Uzbekistan*, Tajikistan, India, Pakistan

Zona Timur

Grup G Korea Utara, Hong Kong, Singapura, Mongolia*

Grup H Korea Selatan, Australia, Kamboja*, Cina Taipei

Grup I Jepang, Myanmar*, Timor Leste, Makau

Grup J Malaysia*, China, Laos, Filipina

Grup K Vietnam*, Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam.

Keterangan: * tuan rumah

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