Neytralny Turkmenistan

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The front page of Turkmenskaya Iskra for May 9, 1986.

Neytralny Turkmenistan (Russian: Нейтральный Туркменистан) is a Russian-language newspaper in Turkmenistan. It was first published on November 7, 1924.[1] During the Soviet period it was called Turkmenskaya Iskra ("The Turkmen Spark"). In 1995 it changed to its current name. That same year Gozel Nuraliyeva became a deputy editor, later rising to the position of editor-in-chief.[2]

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  1. ^ (in Russian) Туркменская искра Great Soviet Encyclopedia
  2. ^ Rafis Abazov (2005). Historical Dictionary of Turkmenistan. Scarecrow Press. pp. 242–. ISBN 978-0-8108-5362-1.