Foreign ministers of S. Korea, Mongolia agree to deepen cooperation

SEOUL, March 24 (Yonhap) -- Foreign Minister Kim Sung-hwan met with Mongolian Foreign Minister Gombojav Zandanshatar on Thursday and agreed to deepen relations and cooperation between the two countries, the ministry said.

Zandanshatar arrived in Seoul on Wednesday to accompany Prime Minister Sukhbaatar Batbold on a three-day visit at the invitation of South Korean Prime Minister Kim Hwang-sik to mark the Year of Mongolia here.

In Thursday's talks, Kim and Zandanshatar expressed appreciation for the rapid development of relations between the two sides since their 1990 establishment of ties and agreed to further move the relations forward, the ministry said in a statement.

The ministers also agreed to strengthen substantial cooperation in senior officials' exchanges, polices on North Korea and energy and resources development, the statement said.


Source:Yonhap news agency of South Korea



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