China's top legislator meets Mongolian prime minister

China's top legislatorZhang Dejiang met with visiting Mongolian Prime Minister NorovAltankhuyag in Beijing on Friday.

Zhangchairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC), saidChina-Mongolia relations are currently enjoying their best time in historyHe said Chinawill firmly pursue the road of peaceful development and continue to carry out a friendlypolicy toward Mongolia.

"This will remain inalterable forever," Zhang said.

Zhang said the two economies are highly complementaryNoting that Mongolia'slegislaturethe State Great Huralhas recently passed a new investment lawZhang saidthis is good news for China-Mongolia tradeeconomic cooperation and Chinese companies.

He said the NPC is ready to work with the State Great Hural to earnestly implement thememorandum of cooperation between the legislatures of the two countries by carrying outexchanges at all levels and strengthening the exchange of experience on legislationHe saidthe two sides should jointly create a sound legal environment for practical cooperation so asto lift inter-legislature relations to new levels.

Altankhuyag said it has been the stance of Mongolia's foreign policy to expand a friendlyand neighborly relationship with ChinaHe expressed the wish to deepen bilateralcooperation in all fields and advance the strategic partnership for sustained growth.

On FridayAltankhuyag also met with Chinese President Xi Jinping and held talks withPremier Li Keqiang

Source:Xinhua news agency


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