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Khalnazar Agakhanov (Turkmen: Halnazar Agahanow, Russian: Халназар Агаханов) (25 February 1952–29 June 2013) was a politician and diplomat of the Republic of Turkmenistan. He served as the ambassador to Kazakhstan (1999–2000), Russia (2000–2012), Bulgaria (2009–2012), Germany and Latvia (2012 until his death). Agakhanov died from cancer in Berlin on 29 June 2013.
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- "Скончался посол Туркменистана в Германии Халназар Агаханов" (in Russian). Central Asian News Service news. 1 July 2013. Retrieved 1 July 2013.
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