Mongolia seeks $ 300 mill dollar credit from Turkey; waives visa requirements for Turks

Turkey-Mongolia visa requirement lifted temporarily
Mongolia's Enkhbold states they welcome the $300 million credit from Turkey for housing construction as part of a transformation project. 

Visa requirements between Turkey and Mongolia were lifted for no more than 30 days.
Turkish Parliament Speaker Cemil Cicek met Thursday with his Mongolian counterpart Zandaakhuu Enkhbold in Turkish capital Ankara, and the visa requirements between the two countries were lifted for at most 30 days.
Cicek underlined it would ease relations both for business and tourism.  
Cicek said they followed each incident in Mongolia closely, noting, "Your acceptance of Turkey as a third neighbour country pleased us. Our relations became better after the 1990s," Cicek said, adding that more than hundred agreements were concrete evidence of such.
"The views of Turkey and Mongolia are parallel over the problems in the world, which is important to cooperation. Within this framework, it's pleasing to see Mongolia as a member of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. We congratulate them," Cicek noted.
He added that 33 of the 220 biggest building societies belonged to Turks, executing projects worth $200 billion.
Cicek's Mongolian counterpart Zandaakhuu Enkhbold stated they welcomed the $300 million credit from Turkey for housing construction as part of a transformation project, referring to their meetings with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan during his recent visit to Mongolia. 
Enkhbold announced they would open a new consulate general in Istanbul.
After the meeting, an agreement was signed between the countries which entailed the mutual lifting of visa requirements between the countries for no more than 30 days.



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