Mongolia, Russia agree to expand cooperation
Mongolia and Russia agreed to expand cooperation in trade, economy, education, health, social protection, and sports.
Mongolia and Russia agreed to expand cooperation in trade, economy, education, health, social protection, and sports. The agreement was reached during the 21st Meeting of the Mongolia-Russia Intergovernmental Commission on Trade, Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation, co-chaired by Ulziisaikhan Enkhtuvshin, deputy prime minister of Mongolia, and Sergey Donskoy, minister of natural resources and ecology of the Russian Federation in Moscow. The two sides exchanged views on a wide range of issues on bilateral relations and cooperation. During the meeting, the Nuclear Energy Commission of Mongolia and ROSATOM, the State Atomic Energy Corporation of the Russian Federation, signed a memorandum of understanding to cooperate on the establishment of a Nuclear Science and Technology Center. At the same time, another meeting was held between Davaasuren.Ts, Energy Minister of Mongolia and A.V.Novakov, Minister of Energy of Russian Federation to discuss bilateral cooperation in energy sector. The parties agreed to conclude Intergovernmental agreement to cooperate in the energy sector in the near future. During the meeting, it was emphasized that many Russian companies are showing interest in cooperating in the energy sector with Mongolia.
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