Prime Minister of Mongolia cooperate Japanese officials in a meeting

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On July 25, during his visit to Japan, Mongolia Prime Minister L. Oyun-Erdene held bilateral meetings with Toshihiro Nikai, General Secretary of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party of Japan, Motoo Hayashi, President of Japan’s Parliamentary Friendship League. Kobayashi to discuss bilateral relations between Japan and Mongolia. The Prime Minister of Mongolia thanked the members of the Japanese-Mongolian parliamentary friendship league in the Japanese parliament for their special attention and support in developing bilateral relations and expressed his willingness to further develop cooperation in trade, economy and investment. , Public, culture and culture tourism. on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Mongolia and Japan, which will be celebrated in 2022. The meetings also focused on measures and actions aimed at strengthening the link between members of friendship groups in the parliaments of the two. The Prime Minister of Mongolia stressed that there are opportunities to develop the Mongolian-Japanese business partnership and bring Japan’s investment and technology to Mongolia to build a satellite city along the new Ulaanbaatar international airport and establish economic, information technology and tourism regions , and introduction of lignite and hydrogen technologies in Mongolia, Japanese private sector participation in Mongolia’s projects for agricultural development, production for livestock sector export, road around Ulaanbaatar city to reduce traffic congestion was then sought co and Bogdkhan Railway etc. Toshihiro Nikai, General Secretary of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party of Japan, stressed his willingness to enrich the bilateral partnership with content on solid basis of relations between the two countries. d with thanks for Mongolia’s proposal to celebrate the anniversary of diplomatic relations next year. The Prime Minister of Mongolia has put forward a proposal to organize exchange activities for the 50 best young people from politics, business, public service and culture in the two countries Year to commemorate the 50th anniversary and the proposal was supported by the Japanese side.

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