Foreign Ministers of China and Mongolia Express Willingness to Jointly Commemorate 70th Anniversary of Victory of World Anti-fascist War

In the evening of April 1, 2015, Foreign Minister Wang Yi and the visiting Foreign Minister Lundeg Purevsuren of Mongolia jointly met the press.
Lundeg Purevsuren said that China is going to hold a grand celebration for the 70th anniversary of the victory of the world anti-fascist war this year, and the relevant commemorative activities bear historical significance, which will definitely play an important role in safeguarding peace in the region. Mongolia and China worked together in resisting aggression in the World War II. He suggested that the two sides jointly hold some commemorative activities, such as jointly producing TV programs and organizing veterans to visit important battle sites where the Soviet-Mongolia allied forces fought in China. The two countries should widely publicize the history of their side-by-side fighting among the youths.
Wang Yi said that the Asian battlefield was an important part of the world anti-fascist battlefields. For a long time, the role of the Asian battlefield has not received enough attention. Taking the 70th anniversary as an opportunity, China is willing to work with the Asian countries including Mongolia to jointly honor the martyrs who laid down their lives for peace, jointly carry forward the great contribution that Asia made to fighting against foreign aggression, and jointly demonstrate the strong will of the Asian countries' commitment to maintaining world peace.


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