Foreign Ministers of Mongolia and China hold official talks
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia Battsetseg, during her visit to the People's Republic of China, held official talks with State Councilor and Foreign Minister of the People's Republic of China
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia Battsetseg, during her visit to the People's Republic of China, held official talks with State Councilor and Foreign Minister of the People's Republic of China Wang Yi in Tianjin city. The official talks touched on a wide range of issues on Mongolia-China bilateral relations and regional and international cooperation. Agreeing that political mutual understanding and strengthening of trust enable further growth of cooperation in all possible fields, the two foreign ministers highlighted that the heads of the two states as well as the parliamentarian and government authorities have agreed on many important issues to develop the bilateral ties during their telephone conversations. The meeting also emphasized the active partnership being maintained by the two countries amid the challenging situation posed by COVID-19 as an example of efforts against the pandemic. The ministers agreed to boost their cooperation against the COVID-19 pandemic, issuing a joint statement on strengthening cooperation to fight against the pandemic. The joint statement sets out to take measures against the pandemic, move up the efforts to restore the economic and trade cooperation and increase trade turnover and freight transportation volume by fully utilizing the green channel regime established at the Mongolia-China border checkpoints. The sides further affirmed to intensify the strives to implement their development policies, bring about large scale projects and programs in various fields, such as minerals, energy, agriculture, infrastructure and environment and increase trade turnover to USD 10 billion in the near future.