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Speaker of the Polish Senate here on official visit

By E.DARI

Speaker (Marshal) of the Polish Senate Bogdan Borusewicz arrived here on Monday to conduct a four-day official visit at the invitation Speaker of the Parliament Z.Enkhbold.

The Head of the Mongolia-Poland inter-parliamentary group in the State Great Khural (the Parliament of Mongolia), Member of the Parliament (MP) L.Erdenechimeg; the Secretary-General of the Office of the Parliament, B.Boldbaatar; the Head of the Foreign Relations Department of Parliamentary Office; and other officials greeted Marshal Borusewicz at Chinggis Khan International Airport.

Later during the day, the Polish delegates led by Marshal Borusewicz were welcomed by Speaker Z.Enkhbold at the Central Square. After paying their respects to the Chinggis Khaan monument, the counterparts Marshal Borusewicz and Speaker Z.Enkhbold held bilateral talks at the State Palace.

Z.Enkhbold raises the issue of establishing Polish Embassy here

During official bilateral talks, Speaker (Marshal) of the Polish Senate Bogdan Borusewicz noted that Mongolia has developed and changed enormously since his visit to Mongolia in 1999. He then stressed that Poland wants to expand the mutual relationship between the two countries. Moreover, Poland will pay specific attention to accelerating the foreign relations of the European Union (EU). It will particularly focus on the deepening the relationship between Mongolia and the EU, emphasized Marshal Borusewicz.

Accordingly, the two sides discussed the issue of establishing a Polish Embassy in Mongolia which had already been raised during President Ts.Elbegdorj’s visit to Poland, conducted in January 2013. “The establishment of a Polish Embassy in Ulaanbaatar will be a very significant move in strengthening Polish-Mongolian cooperation and mutual business relations, mentioned Speaker Z.Enkhbold.

Speaker Z.Enkhbold also stated that Mongolia and Poland should continue cooperating in the area of defense and invited the representatives of the Polish defense force to attend the annual event held in Mongolia, Khaan Quest, where there is training for international peacekeeping operations. He then expressed Mongolia’s interest to learn from Poland’s experience in improving its armed forces in only a short period of time by adapting to NATO standards, as well as to draw up an agreement between Mongolia and Poland about keeping confidential information regarding military and technical cooperation activities.

Moreover, Speaker Z.Enkhbold asked Poland to support Mongolian exports and spur investments from Poland to Mongolia as trade and economic cooperation plays an important role in deepening the mutual relationship of the two countries. He also asked Poland to pay closer attention in implementing its economic cooperation agreement with Mongolia, which was signed during President Ts.Elbegdorj’s visit there.

Mongolia is interested in launching a relevant discussion on a mutual agreement and general documents on cooperation in receiving a loan.  In compliance with an order from the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development, the country is to receive a loan for the development of its exports from the government of Poland.

Finally, Speaker Z.Enkhbold talked about the necessity to intensify the current undergoing cooperation of both countries in the area of mining, such as in the geological research work which is being carried out in “Khasagt” field.

Marshal Borusewicz meets with President Ts.Elbegdorj

President Ts.Elbegdorj received Speaker (Marshal) of the Polish Senate Bogdan Borusewicz.

In the beginning of the meeting, President Ts.Eldegdorj expressed his hope that the official visit of Marshal Borusewicz will have great outcomes in strengthening the relations between Mongolia and Poland.

”Mongolia is developing democracy successfully. Poland sent its high-ranking state delegates to show that we are attaching great importance to the Ministerial Conference of the Community of Democracies, hosted by Mongolia. The economy of Mongolia is growing fast. We have many things to learn from Mongolia. The relationship between Mongolia and Poland is deepening. Poland is interested in expanding its economic relations with Mongolia, as well as in improving the cooperation in the field of defense,” noted Senate Borusewicz during his turn to speak.

In the end, President Ts.Elbegdorj conveyed his greetings to the President of Poland.

 

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