Japanese media interviews Mongolia’s PM

On June 14, Prime Minister S. Batbold was interviewed by journalists of Japanese television and daily newspapers.
During the interview, the Prime Minister expressed his satisfaction with full partnership relations developing with Japan and reported that Mongolia’s Government made a decision to let the Japanese make 30 days visa-free travel to Mongolia for the purpose of developing relations with the people of two countries, especially to bring tourism to a new level. He followed by saying that this step will create a new opportunity for Japanese tourists to become introduced to Mongolian people, nature, customs and civilization.

Moreover, the PM told journalists, the mining sector’s development would play an important role to move Mongolia to a greater stage of economic development. He said the Government owns 51 or more percent of the Tavan Tolgoi coal deposit and is willing to collaborate under mutualprofitable and fruitful principles with domestic and foreign companies that can introduce environmentally harmless state-of-the-art techniques and technologies, produce valueadded end-products, and create jobs.
Mr. Batbold also said that Mongolia aspires to develop foreign relations and cooperation based on its own potentiality and experience in order to satisfy, strengthen and safeguard international, in particular northeast Asian, security and stability.
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