Mongolian scholar says Wen’s visit will take bilateral ties to a new level

The visit by Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao will help turn a new page in the bilateral ties between the two neighbors, according to L. Begzjav, head of Chinese studies at the Mongolian Academy of Sciences. The leading Mongolian scholar told Xinhua bilateral relations have seen stable and healthy growth over the past 16 years since the signing of the Treaty on Friendly Relations and Cooperation between Mongolia and China in 1994.

The two countries have signed over 70 agreements on bilateral ties and cooperation since a visit in 1994 by then Premier Li Peng to Mongolia. Wen’s present visit marks the 60th anniversary of a visit by late Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai.

Begzjav, author of a book titled “Mongol-Chinese Relations, 1949-1999”, said Wen’s visit, that began yesterday, will take their good-neighborly friendship of mutual trust to a new level.

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