G.Zandanshatar Meets German Foreign Minister

Mongolia’s Foreign Minister G.Zandanshatar, who paid working visit to Berlin, met with Federal Foreign Minister of Germany Guido Westerwelle.

Foreign Minister Zandanshatar emphasized that Germany was Mongolia’s most important political and economic partner in Europe. He hoped to further expand bilateral trade relations and German investment in Mongolia.

German Federal Minister Westerwelle underscored the potential for economic cooperation between the two countries. In particular, the areas of renewable energy, logistics as well as transport and mining offered opportunities for deeper cooperation.

Minister Westerwelle also thanked for Mongolia’s commitment in Afghanistan.

“The 42 Mongolian soldiers stationed at the German base in Feyzabad in North-Eastern Afghanistan were making a valuable contribution to Afghanistan’s stabilization,” Westerwelle said.
He also welcomed Mongolia’s decision to commit to becoming a nuclear weapon-free zone and commended Mongolia as a reliable partner on the international stage.

source:The UB Post


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