Coronavirus in Kyrgyzstan
Mongolia|foreign policy|February 25, 2021 / 03:01 PM
Mongolian, Chinese Foreign Ministers hold telephone conversation
image: Montsame

AKIPRESS.COM - Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi expressed willingness to continue its cooperation with Mongolia on COVID-19 during phone calls with his counterpart from Mongolia.

In the face of the unexpected COVID-19 pandemic, governments and peoples of China and Mongolia have shared the weal and woe, and reached out to each other with assistance and support, lifting the bilateral ties to a new level, Wang told the newly-appointed Mongolian Foreign Minister Batmunkh Battsetseg, Xinhua reports.

Noting that the touching story of Mongolia donating 30,000 sheep to China is widely known in both countries and the vaccines sent by China have arrived recently in Mongolia, Wang said he expects the two sides can further strengthen anti-pandemic cooperation until the pandemic is completely defeated.

For her part, Battsetseg thanked China for its selfless help to her country in fighting the pandemic, saying that the two countries have maintained the development momentum of bilateral ties and have continuously strengthened practical cooperation amid the pandemic, setting a good example of how countries support each other in response to adversities. 

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