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Economy / Featured News / Mongolia News / Politics / September 3, 2015

Czech Republic wants to expand cooperation with Mongolia in economy

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Participating in the 4th World Conference of Parliament Speakers continuing in New York, USA, the Chairman of the State Great Khural (parliament) Mr Z.Enkhbold Tuesday met with Mr Jan Hamacek, Chairman of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic.

Thinking back about his visit to Mongolia, Mr Hamacek informed that he will visit again Mongolia for participating in the Autumn Session of OSCE PA and the ASEM Summit. He emphasized that the Czech Republic aspires to enhance the cooperation with Mongolia in economy and in other spheres.

“It is important to back the inter-citizen ties in order to boost the bilateral relations. My country has been focusing attention to the student exchange programs, thus the Czech government will collaborate with Mongolia in awarding scholarships to Mongolian students, ” Mr Hamacek emphasized, adding that his country pays special attention to the relations with Mongolia.

In turn, Mr Enkhbold said he is satisfied with widening of the Mongolia-Czech relations and cooperation in the fields of politics, defense, economy, agriculture, health, infrastructure and environment. He added that the intergovernmental joint commission has been meeting successfully since 2005, and the 6th meeting of the commission will run September 21-23 in Ulaanbaatar.

The Mr Enkhbold expressed a hope that a high-level delegation of the Czech Republic will take part in the Autumn Session of OSCE PA in September of this year, and in the ASEM Summit in 2016.

SOURCE: Montsame




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