Chinese, Russian and Mongolian deputy foreign ministers pledged boost trilateral cooperation and exchanged of views to maintain the strategic relations among the three countries at a high level.
Delegates led by Mongolian Deputy Foreign Minister D. Gankhuyag, his Chinese counterpart Cheng Guoping and his Russian counterpart I. V. Morgulov participated in the first deputy foreign minister-level consultative meeting of Mongolia, Russian Federation and People’s Republic of China, held in Mongolian capital city of Ulan Bator.
During the meeting, the deputy ministers exchanged views on boosting bilateral relations and trilateral cooperation as well as on organizing the next high-level meeting among the three heads of state.
The three parties agreed to develop and boost trilateral cooperation and exchanges of views in various sectors including trade, economy, transportation, infrastructure construction, mining, tourism, humanitarian work and environmental protection.
Also, the deputy ministers expressed their commitment to rendering supports on the issues concerning each other’s sovereignty, security and fundamental interests.
To prepare for the next high-level meeting of the three presidents, scheduled in July, 2015, the second deputy foreign minister-level consultative meeting will be held in next February in Beijing, China, according to the three sides.SOURCE: Mongolian Economy