Nurmuhammet Hanamow

Nurmuhammet Çaryýewiç Hanamow (Russian: Нурмухаммед Чарыевич Ханамов, Nurmukhammed Charievich Khanamov, born 1 January 1945 in Tejen, Ashkhabad Oblast, Turkmen SSR) is a Turkmen politician. Although he served as the ambassador of Turkmenistan to Turkey[1] and Israel during 2002, he is best known currently for his role as co-chairman of the Republican Party of Turkmenistan in exile.[2]

Volodymyr Yelchenko, Ukraine's ambassador to Austria, was fired January 23, 2007, after he made an unauthorized offer of a visa to Ukraine for exiled Turkmen opposition leader Hudaýberdi Orazow. Orazow and opposition leader Nurmuhammet Hanamow allegedly visited Kyiv the week before and met with Ukrainian Transportation Minister Mykola Rudkovskiy, but this has been denied by several officials.[3]

Hanamow was convicted in absentia in Turkmenistan on 29 December 2002 of crimes against the state.[4]

Personal life

Nurmuhammet Hanamow is the son of Chary Hanamow, a Soviet-era Hero of Socialist Labor and former director of the "Tejen" state farm.[5][6]

External Links

  • Нурмухаммед Ханамов: Ашхабад боится дурного влияния заграничных вузов (interview in Russian with Deutsche Welle, 29 July 2009)

References

  1. ^ "Turkmenistan Accuses Russia in Attempt on Its President's Life". The New York Times. 27 November 2002. Retrieved 24 February 2011.
  2. ^ "Turkmen opposition urges return home for election". bdnews24.com. 23 December 2006. Retrieved 24 February 2011.
  3. ^ "Aide Says Ukrainian President Sacked Ambassador Over Turkmen Row". Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. 23 January 2007. Retrieved 24 February 2011.
  4. ^ "Туркменистан: Осуждение лидера оппозиции признано незаконным". Human Rights Watch. 31 December 2002.
  5. ^ "Сплетни беззубого «демократа»" (in Russian). Gundogar News. 14 January 2014.
  6. ^ "Ханамов Чары". Retrieved 7 April 2021.


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