FOREIGN MINISTER LEAVES FOR GERMANY

Minister of Foreign Affairs G.Zandanshatar has left Mongolia to pay an official visit to the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) May 18-22 at invitation of Mr Guido Westerwelle, the Foreign Minister of this country. This visit is the first one since 1999 when that times Mongolian Foreign Minister paid a visit.
Mr Zandanshatar will attend a ceremony of granting a sample book published for the 10th anniversary of the Association named "Friends supporting opera". He will address the Mongolia-Germany business forum to run in frames of the program of providing Mongolia's external relations with economic contents. The two sides are attaching a great importance to this forum.
Dr. Peter Ammon, State Secretary of the Federal Foreign Office, and Mrs Ute Kumpf, a deputy head of the Germany-Central Asian Parliamentary Faction of the Bundestag, will give a banquet to the Mongolian Foreign Minister.
A meeting is expected between the Foreign Ministers of the two countries, then Mr Zandanshatar will meet Bernd Pfaffenbach, the State Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, and Mrs Anke Fuchs, the president of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
In accordance with the program of the visit, the Foreign Minister will meet Dirk Niebel, the Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development, on May 20. In addition to it, Mr Zandanshatar plans to visit the Commerzbank AG and to deliver a report themed "Economic development of Mongolia-opportunity to cooperate with German economics, present situation and prospective". The same day, he will hold meetings with Ruprecht Polenz, a head of Bundestag's Standing committee on foreign policy and its members, and with Stanislaw Tillich, the Minister-President of the Free State of Saxony.
Ending his visit, Mr Zandanshatar will meet Mongolians who are living and studying in Germany.

source: www.montsame.mn
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