Russian Ambassador to the UN visits Mongolia

PM S.Batbold meeting with V.I.Churkin, Russian Ambassador to the UN

On the occasion of 100th anniversary of Mongolia’s modern diplomatic service, 90th anniversary of Mongolia-Russia diplomatic relations and the 50th anniversary of Mongolia’s joining the UN, Mr. V.I. Churkin, Russian Ambassador to the United Nations, paid a visit to Mongolia on July 22-27 by invitation of D. Tsogtbaatar, State Secretary of Foreign Affairs Ministry of Mongolia.
During the visit, Mr. Churkin held a meeting with D. Tsogtbaatar to share views on Mongolia-Russia relations and cooperation and on bilateral cooperation in the international community.

Moreover, Mr. Churkin gave a lecture themed ‘A tendency of an intergovernmental agreement on reforming the UN Security Council’ to scientists of the Center of Strategic Studies, teachers and students of universities and diplomats of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. His lecture focused on activities of the UN Security Council and on international matters.
On July 26, Prime Minister S.Batbold met Mr. V.I. Churkin. Mentioning that Mongolia is holding relevant talks with its neighbors on confirming its nuclear weapon-free status, Prime Minister S. Batbold requested Mr. Churkin to support Mongolia seeking non-permanent membership in the UN Security Council in 2022.
The Prime Minister expressed satisfaction with the close positions of the two countries on most matters and emphasized that Mongolia is celebrating its 50th anniversary of joining the UN. Mr. Batbold said, “Mongolia has overcome its transitional period and now it endeavors develop economic stability. Jobs have been increasing along with the expanding economy. Mongolia seeks to join in active relations with Northeast Asia and participation, relations and cooperation of the two neighbors in this matter are very important.”
In response, Mr. Churkin said that the Russian people felt how hard the transitional period was and I saw Mongolia had already overcome the transitional period and steps to intensive development. He added that the Permanent Representative of Your country to the UN is chairing the 2nd committee of the General Assembly, and it proves that Mongolia has become a reputable member of the UN.
V.I. Churkin has been working as Russian Ambassador to the United Nations since May, 2006. Previously, he had worked as Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister in 1992-1994, Ambassador of RF to the Kingdom of Belgium in 1994-1998, Ambassador of the RF to Canada in 1998-2003, and Ambassador-at-Large in 2003-2006.

Source: THE MONGOL MESSENGER
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