Bekdash

Bekdash

 

urban-type settlement in Krasnovodsk Raion, Turkmen SSR. A port on the Caspian Sea, 250 km north of the city of Krasnovodsk. Population, 6,100 (1968). There is production of sodium sulfate and other mineral salts from the saltwater extracted from the Kara-Bogaz-Gol Bay. A branch of the Krasnovodsk Chemical Technology Technicum is located in Bekdash.

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My aim is to improve the daily performance of the order, which includes facilitating paper work processing for engineers along with preserving their rights to retirement pension, health care and other social benefits," Bekdash said.
Head of the Syrian Communist Party, Omar Bekdash hailed the Iranian efforts to reach a solution, stressing his Party's principled stance in rejection of foreign intervention in Syria and calling for consolidating the Syrian steadfastness in the face of the reactionary powers' ferocious attack against their country.
I sneaked into the room and sat worriedly among men who were worn-out by age, oppression, or secret service - among those I remember were Khaled Bekdash, Aziz Mohammad, and Mohammad Ibrahim Naqd.
The exhibition welcomed Egyptian, Arab and foreign wholesale traders, showcasing high-quality and competitively priced kids' clothes made in Egypt," said Hisham Bekdash, one of the exhibitors in the three-day exhibition, which ran from July 30 to August 1.
The government is enhancing border security efforts and plans started construction of a new border crossing station in Bekdash (on the Kazakh border) in 2007.
Only one other woman, Wesal Bekdash, has headed the Communist Party; she inherited it after the death of her husband - veteran Communist leader Khaled Bekdash.
They were identified as Mohammad Bekdash, Bilal Baqqar and Yehya al-Saleh.
Similarly, Secretary General of the Central Committee of the Syrian Communist Party, Ammar Bekdash, said that the forum shows the insistence of national parties and forces to defend Syria in the face of the attack waged by imperialist and Zionist forces and regressive regional regimes, with Syria's enemies employing every possible method including embargos, media warfare, vandalism, mass murder and assassination.
For his part, Ziad Bekdash, who was representing President of the Lebanese Industrialists' Association Fadi Gemayel, praised the role of UNIDO in development programs, saying that the organization has supported many projects in the past including Libanpack, the Lebanese packaging center, which has succeeded on the regional level.
Turk founded the Syrian Communist Party/Political Bureau in the 1970s, a democratic opposition to the country's mainstream CP, led by Khalid Bekdash, which had made a pragmatic accommodation with the regime of Hafiz Assad.
Ziad Bekdash, vice president of the Lebanese Industrialists Association, praised the Kuwaiti economy, saying it is one of the most advanced in the Middle East.
Meanwhile, Ziad Bekdash, vice president of the Industrialists' Association, said that the industry sector creates the most job opportunities.