Bulgaria President: We seek to expand partnership with Mongolia

Ulan Bator. Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev met with his Mongolian counterpart Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj. Both officials discussed the development of trade and economic relations between the countries, the press centre of the President’s Office announced.
Mr Plevneliev was welcomed by Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj in the capital Ulan Bator at an official ceremony in front of the Government Palace. Rosen Plevneliev’s visit is in the context of the 65th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Bulgaria and Mongolia. 
The Bulgarian Head of State defined Mongolia as an important partner and friend of Bulgaria in Asia. 
“We will develop bilateral relations in the field of mining, pharmaceutics, and cosmetics, energy, agriculture, and food production, information and communication technologies, defence, as well as building modern infrastructure. We seek all-round partnership and cooperation,“ President Plevneliev commented.
A number of documents were inked at an official ceremony attended by both presidents, including an agreement on the implementation of a programme for technical aid in the agriculture sector; an agreement between the education ministries of Bulgaria and Mongolia on the implementation of a scholarship programme in the field of agriculture sciences to train Mongolian students at Bulgarian state higher education establishments; an agreement between the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) and the Mongolian Academy of Sciences on scientific cooperation; a memorandum of understanding between the Bulgarian and Mongolian foreign ministries. 
Rosen Plevneliev also met with Chairman of Mongolia’s State Great Khural (parliament) Zandaakhuu Enkhbold, and Prime Minister Chimediin Saikhanbileg.


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