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Mongolia and Poland sign declaration of cooperation in mining

By B.Khash-Erdene

A Mongolia-Poland Business Forum took place on Monday at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in relation to the official visit by the President of the Republic of Poland, Bronislaw Komorowski.

A delegation of representatives from some 30 Polish businesses accompanied President Komorowski, and heard an opening speech delivered by President of Mongolia, Ts.Elbegdorj, commending the endeavor.

During the forum participants discussed possible collaboration in the mining sector, especially in coal mining, and the supply of European standard mining equipment and machinery at low costs. The parties also discussed the progress of projects financed by credit from the Polish government.

The Mongolian Minister of Mining, D.Gankhuyag, and the Polish Minister of Economy, Janusz Piechocinski, signed a declaration of cooperation in the mining sector.

The ministries expressed their intent to futher economic trade and cooperation by introducing Polish mining technologies and trading heavy machinery and equipment used in mining. The Polish representatives also agreed to conduct a professional analysis of mining development and train Mongolian personnel working in the field.

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