Indonesia, Mongolia vow to enhance bilateral ties

JAKARTA, Oct. 21 (Xinhua) -- Indonesia and Mongolia has set a joint commission to enhance bilateral ties and strengthen cooperations in various sectors.
Senior Indonesian and Mongolian officials met here on Wednesday to inaugurate the initial Joint Commission for Bilateral Cooperation (JCBC), paving the way for the two nations to see closer bilateral ties and cooperation in various sectors.
The JCBC of Indonesia and Mongolia was jointly inaugurated by Indonesia's Foreign Affairs Deputy Minister A.M. Fachir and Mongolia State Secretary Damba Gankhuyag in Indonesian foreign Affairs Ministry's premises.
During the meeting, the two senior officials discussed efforts on strengthening bilateral cooperation in several sectors that comprising democracy enhancement, human rights issue, good governance and rule of law, defense and security, economy and trade, agriculture, social culture as well as regional and international cooperation.
The establishment of JCBC was ultimately aimed at digging up the opportunities to further nurture the bilateral relations.
The two nations agreed to conduct reciprocal visits of their senior officials that eventually to improve cooperation enhancement in eradicating terrorism, human trafficking and transnational organized crime.
In economy and trade sector, the two nations agreed to improve economic ties through cooperation enhancement that would be carried out through trade exhibition and investment improvement.
Indonesia and Mongolia saw continuing growths in their two-way trade in the last three years, from 6.59 million U.S. dollars in 2012 to 20.78 million U.S. dollars in 2013 and 23.6 million U.S. dollars in 2014.
The two nations also agreed to enhance cooperation in agriculture sector by encouraging their ministries to improve mutually beneficial cooperation in veterinary and quarantine and market access promotion for agricultural products.
In social and culture sector, the two nations agreed to further improve people-to-people contact and tourism.
Indonesia- Mongolia diplomatic relation was established in 1956. Indonesian president visited Mongolia in 2012, initiated a new phase of the two nations' bilateral relations.


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