Mongolia|politics|August 23, 2018 / 02:50 PM
Deputy PM of Mongolia meets Vice-Premier of the State Council of China

AKIPRESS.COM - Deputy Prime Minister of Mongolia Ulziisakhan Enkhtuvshin is on working trip to China, Montsame reports.

After visiting the First Smart China Expo, Mr. Enkhtuvshin met with Vice-Premier of the State Council Han Zheng and exchanged views on bilateral relations and cooperation in fields of politics, economy, science and technology.

During the meeting, the sides emphasized that the bilateral comprehensive strategic partnership relations and cooperation are forwarding in many sectors, with successful implementations of important projects and activities agreed during bilateral reciprocal high level meetings.

They agreed to pay reciprocal high-level visits and to organize joint activities dedicated to the 70th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations, which will fall in 2019.

The Deputy PM expressed country’s willingness to actively participate in projects to be implemented within the Belt and Road Initiatives and to establish joint IT park as well as cooperate in software field.

Furthermore, he emphasized Mongolia's aspiration to ratify an intergovernmental agreement on Cooperation for Railway Transit Transportation, as it plans to open its Trade Representative Office in Beijing and Tianjin cities in scope of trade and economic cooperation.

At the end of the meeting, Deputy PM Ulziisakhan Enkhtuvshin put forward a proposal to agree on the state railway border-crossing point in Gashuunsukhait-Gants Mod border checkpoints and to establish a new railway crossing through Khangi-Mandal border checkpoints in connection with expanding cooperation. He asked to discuss about crossing point in the near future.

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