China's Xi meets Mongolian president in Shanghai

SHANGHAI, May 19 -- Chinese President Xi Jinping met with his Mongolian counterpartTsakhiagiin Elbegdorj in Shanghai on Monday.

Elbegdorj was here to attend the Fourth Summit of the Conference on Interaction andConfidence Building Measures in Asia scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday in Shanghai.

Xi called on both countries to be good neighbors, good friends and good partners, andsupport each other on issues of core interest and major concern.

China respects Mongolia's sovereignty, security and territorial integrity, and respects thedevelopment path that Mongolia has chosen for itself in accordance with its nationalconditions, Xi said.

This year marks the 65th anniversary of China-Mongolia diplomatic ties as well as theYear of China-Mongolia Friendly Exchanges. Both sides held celebrations that receivedwarm responses from the two peoples, Xi said, hailing the sound momentum of bilateralties.

"I care very much about China-Mongolia ties and assign great importance to them," Xisaid.

He proposed both sides keep close contacts and strategic communication between topleaders and step up exchanges among legislatures, parties and armed forces.

Noting the two economies are highly complementary, Xi said China sticks to the principlesof win-win cooperation and mutual benefits in developing economic ties with Mongolia.

China will consider mining, infrastructure construction and finance cooperation withMongolia as one issue of three aspects and plan their advancement accordingly, Xi said.

He called on both sides to take the construction of a Silk Road economic belt as anopportunity to expand cooperation.

China will encourage companies to invest in Mongolia, Xi said, vowing support for Mongoliain global and regional affairs.

"We are willing to enhance cooperation with Mongolia in multilateral organizations such asthe United Nations and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization," Xi added.

Elbegdorj said China's policies in developing ties with neighboring countries put forward byXi have offered important guidance and opportunity for enhancing Mongolia-China ties aswell as regional cooperation.

The Mongolian side is committed to working with China to make Mongolia-China ties anexample for country-to-country relations in the region, he said.

Elbegdorj invited Xi to pay a state visit to Mongolia at an early date.

He praised China's support for Mongolia, vowing to firmly back China on issues regardingTaiwan and Tibet.

Mongolia will implement bilateral agreements in good faith and beef up cooperation withChina in such areas as minerals, power and infrastructure building, he said.

Elbegdorj also vowed closer coordination with China in global and regional affairs.



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