Mongolia to boost ties with Pakistan in Defence, Education and Economy

ULANBATOR (Mongolia), Nov 5 (APP): Mongolia is keen to strengthen bilateral relations with Pakistan in the areas of defence, education and economy. This was stated by Elbegdorg Tsakhiagiin, President of Mongolia while meeting Ambassador Masood Khan at Ulanbator, capital of Mongolia, a diplomatic source told APP on Wednesday.

During the meeting President Elbegdorg said that Pakistan and Mongolia have maintained friendly relations for over five decades and his country looks forward to further strengthen these ties in future.
“Mongolia is keen to receive Pakistan’s assistance in training its civil servants”, President Elbegdorg said.
He expressed the hopes that Mongolian youth can have opportunities for learning English language and higher studies in Pakistani institutions.
During the meeting, Ambassador Masood Khan conveyed felicitations on behalf of the Government and people of Pakistan and said that Pakistan was keen to further consolidate the friendship that already exists between the two countries.

“Parliamentary exchanges, defence cooperation and strengthening of bilateral economic relations will provide stimulus to Pakistan Mongolia relations”, Masood Khan said.
President Elbegdorg hoped that Pakistani enterprises would consider current lucrative opportunities to invest in infrastructure projects in Mongolia .
Earlier, Ambassador Masood Khan presented his credentials as Pakistan’s non resident Ambassador to Mongolian President at the Mongolian Parliament, the Khural, in an impressive ceremony.
Pakistan government had designated Ambassador Masood Khan as Pakistan’s non resident Ambassador to Mongolia .
Besides meeting President of Mongolia, Ambassador Masood Khan also called on L.Bold, Minister for defence and B.Bolor, Deputy Foreign Minister and discussed possibilities of further enhancing bilateral cooperation.
A group of Mongolian think tanks met the Ambassador to discuss the regional situation.
Pakistani community at Mongolia arranged a reception for Ambassador Masood Khan and congratulated him on acquiring the new portfolio.
Speaking to Pakistanis expatriates in Mongolia , Masood Khan expressed his appreciation for their efforts in strengthening Pakistan Mongolia bilateral ties.
Mongolia and Pakistan established diplomatic relation in 1962. However, both countries have not yet opened resident missions. A small Pakistani business community lived in Mongolia for over a decade.
Pakistan exports surgical instruments, spices and food ingredients to Mongolia, and imports sheep wool and Cashmere Yan.

Source:Associated Press of Pakistan


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