The President of Turkmenistan, the alarm woke the military and began to shoot from the bike


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President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, also bearing the title of the Arcadia (patron), made an unscheduled military exercises, which have demonstrated their shooting skills. About it writes the edition “Turkmenistan: the Golden age”.

According to the newspaper, the head of state decided to conduct a surprise inspection of troops of the national army and after midnight gave the order to quickly allow the individual units to a state of combat readiness. In addition to the military units on alert in an academic center focused combat aircraft and helicopters.

Looking at the military exercises, Berdymukhamedov decided to demonstrate their skills, got on his Bicycle and shot three targets. “Clearly getting into target, the Turkmen leader once again demonstrated their physical fitness and skills by filing for military personnel, especially young people, a model example”, — writes the edition.

Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov headed by Turkmenistan since the end of 2006. He is known for his unusual Hobbies — for nearly 13 years that he is in power, the President has repeatedly taught the generals shooting and throwing knives, playing guitar and piano, participated in the race, has cryptowall on the car and even rap. Thus shooting skill riding a bike, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov demonstrated for the first time, the newspaper writes.

The Arcadia is also known as the author of over 50 published in Turkmenistan books. In March pupils of the Turkmen capital were obliged to buy books Berdimuhamedov and take them to school. The books that the students will give ownership of schools to use for special stands of the presidential books. Each school of the capital will be obliged to host such an exhibition.

Now the President is working on my 55th book. It is dedicated to the puppies of Alabai breed.

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