PM receives ILO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Director


Prime Minister N.Altankhuyag called on representatives led by the Regional Director of the International Labour Organization (ILO) for Asia and the Pacific region, Yoshiteru Uramoto, and exchanged views on opportunities to implement projects in Mongolia.
The ILO officials expressed that they can contribute to improving the entrepreneurial skills of Mongolian SMEs, and regulating employer and employee relations. They mentioned the possibility of implementing projects in sectors like Mongolian cashmere and leather processing, agricultural food products processing and tourism.
During the ILO’s summit organized in Geneva, Switzerland, in June, N.Altankhuyag attended the introductory meeting for developing the skills required for diversification of competitive and responsible industry, economy and trade, and discussed involving Mongolia in those programs.
The Office of the Media and Public Relations reports that PM N.Altankhuyag said that implementing projects on developing SMEs will be important for diversifying the economy, and Mongolia will support the ILO’s initiatives and cooperate with trade unions and employer organizations to encourage participation in Mongolia.

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