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President of Mongolia holds talks with President of Uzbekistan

Densmaa 2024-06-25 04:06

President of Mongolia Khurelsukh Ukhnaa held a meeting with President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev

President of Mongolia Khurelsukh Ukhnaa held a meeting with President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev as part of a state visit to Uzbekistan on June 23-26. During the meeting, the President emphasized that the two landlocked and developing states have an opportunity to exchange development experiences and promote cooperation in many areas in the future. The heads of state agreed that it is necessary to carry out mutual visits and regular high-level dialogues to take bilateral relations and cooperation to a new level. They also emphasized the importance of mutual opening of diplomatic missions in the near future. The President of Mongolia noted that market of Uzbekistan, leading in the number of population in Central Asia, is of great interest to Mongolia. He also expressed interest in expanding economic cooperation in spheres of animal husbandry, agriculture, food production, and light industry. The Uzbek side suggested creating a Joint Intergovernmental Commission to intensify relations and cooperation between the two countries, especially in the agricultural sector, and announced the appointment of the Minister of Agriculture as the Commission Chairman on the Uzbek side. In addition, an agreement was reached to hold regular meetings and consultations between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of the two countries. The sides agreed to mutually exchange experience in overcoming transport barriers, which are a common problem for landlocked developing countries. Uzbekistan will also consider joining the International Research Center for Landlocked Developing Countries based in Ulaanbaatar. During the meeting, the Presidents emphasized the great potential for further development of cooperation in culture and tourism. They welcomed the fact that citizens of the two countries will be able to travel without visas for up to 30 days, starting this June.

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