Mongolia Wants To Step Up Cooperation With Ukraine In Economy, Education, Culture, And Defense Sector

Mongolia wants to step up the cooperation with Ukraine in economy, education, culture, and the defense sector.

Ukrainian News learned this from a statement by the press office of President Viktor Yanukovych of Ukraine.

According to the statement, President Viktor Yanukovych met with Mongolian President Tsakhia Elbegdorj in Davos (Switzerland).

"Our relations must accelerate... There are a number of sectors where we can cooperate," said the President of Mongolia.

According to him, the cooperation in economy, education, culture and the defense sector is the most promising.

He said thousands of students from Mongolia, including the President, studied in Ukraine.

"We can be a good bridge between our countries," he said.

The President said Mongolia can become a reliable partner for Ukraine.

"Mongolia can become a very reliable partner of yours in our part of the world," he said.

President Viktor Yanukovych, for his part, also expressed himself for acceleration of the Ukraine - Mongolia relations.

"The time is ripe for stepping up the relations between Ukraine and Mongolia, and so let us arrange a date for convening a meeting of the intergovernmental commission," said the President of Ukraine.

Yanukovych noted that the place of the meeting of the intergovernmental commission should be arranged at present also. According to Yanukovych, the presidents should provide the effective work of the intergovernmental commission and to define most promising directions of the cooperation.

Yanukovych called for the commodity turnover between the two countries to be expanded essentially.

As Ukrainian News earlier reported, Ukraine in January 2010 aligned itself with a declaration of the European Union to welcome the introduction of moratorium on death penalty in Mongolia.

In 2006, the Defense Ministry of Ukraine and the Defense Ministry of Mongolia signed a cooperation agreement for 2007.

Source:Ukrainian News Agency


1 comment:

  1. Elbegdorj graduated Ukrainian university in Kiev during USSSR times. Therefore, Ukraine must be close to him.
    Yes, Mongolia and Ukraine must get closer.... Overall, Mongolia must get closer to overall Slavic world (ncluding Russia, Poland, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Belorusssia)...



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