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N.Altankhuyag meets China’s top legislator

The Prime Minister of Mongolia, N.Altankhuyag, paid an official visit to the People’s Republic of China on October 22 to 26.

On Friday, October 25, N.Altankhuyag met China’s top legislator, Zhang Dejiang in Beijing. At the meeting Zhang, chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC), said China-Mongolia relations are currently enjoying their best time in history. He said China will firmly pursue the road of peaceful development and continue to carry out a friendly policy toward Mongolia and added that the two economies are highly complementary. He also believes that the new, recently passed investment law, is good news for China-Mongolia trade, economic cooperation and Chinese companies.

He said the NPC is ready to work with the Parliament, or the State Great Khural, to implement the memorandum of cooperation between the legislatures of the two countries by carrying out exchanges at all levels and strengthening the exchange of experience on legislation. He said the two sides should jointly create a sound legal environment for practical cooperation so as to lift inter-legislative relations to new levels.

The Mongolian delegates led by the Prime Minister include a Vice Speaker of parliament and head of the Mongolia-China Friendship Group, R.Gonchigdorj; a head of the Cabinet Secretariat for Government, Ch.Saikhanbileg;  a head of the Standing Committee on Social Policy, Education, Culture and Science, Z.Bayanselenge;  the Minister of Economic Development N.Batbayar; the Minister of Roads and Transportation A.Gansukh;  the Vice Minister of Education and Science B.Urgamaltsetseg; the Vice Minister of Industry and Agriculture Ts.Tuvaan and others.

 

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