Czech and Mongolian presidents discuss economic cooperation

Czech President MiloŇ° Zeman and his Mongolian counterpart Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj today discussed the promotion of their countries' economic cooperation, Zeman told journalists, adding that he handed Elbegdorj a list of 40 firms interested in operating in Mongolia.
Zeman said Czech firms could mainly participate in the construction of railways and energy projects and in the mining of raw materials.

Elbegdorj started the official part of his visit to the Czech Republic today. He arrived in Prague by train from Germany last night. He will also have meetings with other top politicians, including Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka.
Zeman and Elbegdorj first had a private meeting before being joined by a Mongolian delegation, representatives from Prague Castle, the presidential seat and the Czech Foreign Affairs Ministry.
Elbegdorj invited Zeman to a visit to Mongolia. Zeman said the date will be set through diplomatic channels. He said he would take along a delegation of businesspeople, as usual.
Zeman said Elbegdorj promised to include cooperation with Czech businesspeople in his country's prepared action economic plan.
"Mongolia's state guarantee for the Czech investments would be an advantage," Zeman said.

Source:http://www.praguepost.com/


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