Japan's National Strategy Minister Visits Mongolia to Promote Ties

Japan's National Strategy Minister Koichiro Genba visited Mongolia from Tuesday to Thursday to boost relations between the two countries, a press release of the Mongolian Foreign Ministry said Thursday.

Genba met Zandanshatar Gombojav, Mongolia's foreign minister Wednesday, and exchanged views with him on issues concerning Mongolia-Japan cooperation.

During the meeting, Zandanshatar said Genba's visit was an important step forward in the development of the strategic partnership between the two countries.

He emphasized that bilateral cooperation could cover not only the mineral resources sector, but energy, infrastructure and agriculture.

"Japan is pursuing policies to contribute to the development of Mongolia," the Japanese minister said.

Both ministers said an economic partnership agreement is important for expanding future bilateral economic cooperation.

Mongolian President Tsakhia Elbegdorj also met Genba.

"Mongolia is interested in cooperating with Japan in mining, especially uranium, rare earth elements and technological fields," the Mongolian president said.

Mongolia and Japan are considering a strategic partnership agreement.


Source:Xinhua, Chinese News Agency



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