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|Key laws and policies=ASSISTED REPRODUCTION
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* In Turkmenistan there are no any specific laws on ART.  
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* In Turkmenistan, there are no any specific laws on ART.  
* However, assisted reproduction to some extent is regulated by various laws – i.e. Family Code, Health law and directives of Health ministries, leaving some “grey” areas. (For instance egg/sperm/embryo donation, as well as genetic material storage are not covered by law.)  
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* However, assisted reproduction to some extent is regulated by various laws—i.e. Family Code, Health law, and directives of Health ministries—leaving some “gray” areas. (For instance, egg/sperm/embryo donation, as well as genetic material storage, are not covered by law.)  
  
  
 
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'''Surrogacy'''
SURROGACY
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* Surrogacy is considered human trafficking.
 
* Surrogacy is considered human trafficking.
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|External links=See www.jurconsult.ru/data/ConfLRM2011.ppt
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Latest revision as of 15:01, 16 July 2015

Turkmenistan
TurkmenistanFlag.gif
Information
Region Asia
Population 5110023
GDP (millions USD) 26,909
National Policies
Eggs for assisted reproduction ?
Eggs for research ?
Inheritable genetic modification ?
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis ?
Reproductive cloning ?
Research cloning ?
Sex selection ?
Surrogacy PROHIBITED
International Agreements
2005 UN Cloning Vote no vote
2005 UNESCO Sports Doping Convention not ratified


Key laws and policies

Assisted Reproduction

  • In Turkmenistan, there are no any specific laws on ART.
  • However, assisted reproduction to some extent is regulated by various laws—i.e. Family Code, Health law, and directives of Health ministries—leaving some “gray” areas. (For instance, egg/sperm/embryo donation, as well as genetic material storage, are not covered by law.)


Surrogacy

  • Surrogacy is considered human trafficking.




External links

See www.jurconsult.ru/data/ConfLRM2011.ppt.