Subcommittee agreement reached and the Mongolian-Russian Government Cabinet meeting is ready to begin

Нэмэгдсэн: 2018-03-01

The 13th Regional Subregional Sub-Commission on Regional Cooperation, Sub-Committees, held in Moscow on 26-28 October, Mongolia, Russia's Intergovernmental Commission on Trade, Economic and Scientific and Technical Cooperation ended. The meeting of the subcommittee highlighted the first time in the last three years and noted that the importance of maintaining the traditional traditions in the future will be important for bilateral relations and cooperation.

The Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade of Mongolia B.Battsetseg and Deputy Minister for Economic Development A.V.Grozdev were chaired by the Mongolian Government on the sub-regional and sub-committees.

At the meeting the parties agreed to intensify cross border trade and economic cooperation, to broaden operation of free trade zone, to collaborate in road, transport, agricultural and tourism spheres and to upgrade border checkpoint activity in order to make bilateral relations more effective. "The sides endorsed intergovernmental agreement on rendering support to regional and cross border cooperation and agreed to establish the agreement in nearest future. It means governments of Mongolia and Russia is making coordination to back their businessmen," said Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs B.Battsetseg.
In addition, Mongolia's economic and economic corridors of the three countries are one of the key drivers for regional cooperation. A Trilateral meeting of experts was scheduled to be organized in March in Ulaanbaatar

Furthermore, the parties decided to discuss regional cooperation, particularly free trade zone collaboration  during ‘Mongolia and Russian Initiatives 2018’ event to be held in June in Ulaanbaatar.

The same day, the 5th sub commission meeting on Education, Scientific and Technical cooperation was held. The meeting brought actual progress in collaboration in education, culture, science and sports field. Number of Mongolian students to study in Russian universities increased to 500. Moreover, the Russian side favorably accepted our proposal to prepare, specialize and retrain staffs, teachers, psychologists and speech therapist teachers of special needs secondary schools in Russia said D.Odgerel, Head of Science and Technology Policy Department of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Sports. 

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