PM Bayar received chinese children recuperating in Mongolia

Today, Prime Minister Bayar Sanjaa received sixty children and seven teachers from Chinese region of Sichuan hit by earthquake last year. The meeting was held in a government hall. Prime Minister Bayar said " our two countries are neighbors sharing thousands of kilometer long border. We, Mongolians share the suffering and hardships you had to go through last year. Nobody knows when disaster and calamity will strike. It is duty of a good neighbor to help others when disasters hit them.

Nairamdal camp which you are staying is a very small part of Mongolia. Mongolia is a country with ancient history and of beautiful natural environment. I want you to make friends with Mongolian children who can teach you our customs and history and culture."


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