Mongolian Foreign Minister Batbold Sukhbaatar at Shanghai Cooperation Organization meeting


Mongolian delegation led by Minister Batbold in China meeting with their Chinese counterparts

Ulaanbaatar, /MONTSAME/ A delegation headed by S.Batbold, the Foreign Minister of Mongolia, has taken part in the Prime ministers' meeting of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) held in Beijing, China.
The SCO's Prime Ministerial meeting has been attended from the SCO members by Wen Jiabao, the Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China (PRC); V.V.Putin, the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation; K.K.Masimov, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan; I.V.Chudinov, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan; Sh.M.Mirziyoyev, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan; A.G.Akilov, the Prime Minister of Tajikistan; and from the SCO observers--by S.Batbold; by M.R.Rahimi, the First Vice-President of the Islamic Republic of Iran; Yousaf Raza Gilani, the Prime Minister of Pakistan; M.Deora, the Minister of Oil and Natural Gas of India. The Vice-President of Afghanistan K.Halili took part in the meeting as a guest.

Chairman of the meeting Wen Jiabao said this year's meeting is different from the previous ones due to continuing global financial crisis. "It is time to pay attention together to creating opportunities to determine ways of overcoming crisis and challenges due to the crisis," he underlined.
Mr Wen Jiabao expressed a willingness to widen the financial and economic cooperation among the SCO members, to boost activities of the SCO's Business Council and Inter-Bank Union, and to ensure active participation of the member-states and observers in it. In addition, an issue of collaboration of customs organizations of the SCO members was discussed. Kazakhstan put forward a proposal to set up a mechanism for working out a united direction.
Russian Premier Putin said he wants to upgrade activities of economic cooperation mechanisms of the SCO and to enhance participation of the SCO observers in these mechanisms. He supported an initiative of Mongolia to host a meeting of the SCO Business Council on November 2009 in Ulaanbaatar. This initiative was also appreciated by D.Mezentsev, a head of the SCO Business Council.
Chairman of Mongolia's delegation S.Batbold mentioned that Mongolia, as the first observer of the SCO, is paying an attentions to the institutional expanding of the SCO. He underlined that from 2004, Mongolia has actively been taking part in various activities of the SCO and been forwarding many businesslike initiatives.
The Mongolian side also suggested to create a mechanism of consulting with the SCO Secretariat at a level of Ambassadors of the SCO country-observers accredited to China, and expressed a willingness to enhance a participation of the SCO members in realization of the biggest projects implemented in Mongolia, particularly in constructing an infrastructure and running natural gas pipe through Mongolian territory. As a result of the meeting, a joint statement was released.
During the meeting, Mr Batbold met with Wen Jiabao. They shared views on Mongolia-China relations and cooperation. The China's Premier affirmed his intention to visit Mongolia.
Mr Batbold met with M.Deora, the Minister of Oil and Natural Gas of India, and exchanged views on the cooperation between Mongolia and India.
B.Khuder

Source:Montsame, Mongolian state run news agency
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