Mongolian PM Altankhuyag visits China along with Russian and Indian Premiers; turning point in Mongolia-China relation

PM Altankhuyag is paying official visit to China. One interesting fact of this visit is, for the first time in Chinese history, Premiers of 3 largest neighbors of China is paying visit to China. Russian and Indian Premiers are also visiting China along with our PM Altankhuyag. 

Mongolia, Russian, India share longest border with China stretching thousands of kilometers. China is also largest trading partner for all three. All 3 had various historic conflicts and disputes with China. Today, as China is growing and turning into an economic giant which needs enormous amount of raw materials and commodity, all three wants to benefit from it and meet this Chinese demand. Especially, Mongolia and Russia are competing in sales of minerals commodities to China. 

They say we don't select our parents and neighbors. Although, there is no sign that our third-neighbor policy alienated our two most important neighbors, they are carefully watching our every mistake and arrogant behaviour. In the past,  Mongolia already acted like a little arrogant brat to our neighbors.  We should not belittle our immediate neighbors to please our 3rd neighbors. 

China is all for business.It is time for Mongolia to grab this opportunity and do more business with China. Now China is led by new generation of leaders. This visit of PM Altankhuyag should be a turning point for Mongolia-China relation and uplift it to strategic level. 

We have to be very pragmatic.So, Mr.Altankhuyag, watch your mouth while visiting China and think about the best interest of Mongolia. Nothing else. 

By Shagai


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