Zandanshatar Gombojav, Minister of Foreign Affairs to visit North Norea

Zandanshatar Gombojav, Mongolian Minister of Foreign Affairs to visit North Korea between 20-22 April according to invitation of Pak Il Chun, North Korean Foreign Minister, announced Press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs this morning.

The Minister to meet Kim Yon Nam, chairman of Presidium of People’s Assembly of Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and Choi De Bog, chairman of the People’s Assembly and his counterpart of North Korea.

During the visit, the parties plan to assess current relationship of the two countries and exchange opinion on expanding current trade, economic, agricultural and cultural relationship and issues concerning regional security.

Within the framework of improving economic aspect of foreign relationship, the Mongolian delegation will visit Rasen, special city of North Korea and familiarize with activities of Rajin, ocean port and exchange opinion about cooperation in this field with the Korean side.
During the visit, Minister Zandanshatar to hand out 5 tons of meat, first batch of Mongolian assistance for North Korean people.

Mongolian Delegation includes Enkhbold Zandaakhuu, Chairman of parliamentary standing committee on security and foreign relationship and Ochirbat, head of the Mongolia-DPRK parliamentary group and about 40 business enterpreuners.

By Battsetseg, reporter of MonInfo News Service

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