Updated on : 07-12-2020
The 7th meeting of the Mongolia-India Joint Cooperation Committee was held online. The meeting was chaired by L.Oyun-Erdene, Chairman of the Mongolian Section, Minister of Mongolia, Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers, S.Jaishankar, Chairman of the Indian Section, Minister of Foreign Affairs of India, G.Yondon, Minister of Natural Resources, and L.Tsagaan, Minister of Civil Aviation. Khaltar, B.Munkhjin, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, T.Kapur, Deputy Minister of Oil and Gas of India, and G.Riva, State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The two sides discussed strengthening the strategic partnership between Mongolia and India and expanding cooperation in politics, trade, economy, mining, heavy industry, transportation, agriculture, education, culture and information technology.
The two sides exchanged views on intensifying the oil refinery project and starting the export of mining products, and the two sides agreed to arrange a test shipment of coal samples from the Tavan Tolgoi deposit to India.
In the field of information technology, the Indian side will continue to support the establishment of an AB Vajpayee outsourcing center in Ulaanbaatar and the training of personnel.
We discussed the planned visits in 2021 to mark the 65th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between our two countries this year, and announced a postage stamp issued by Mongol Post for the anniversary.
The two sides also expressed their desire to preserve and strengthen the tradition of bilateral relations and cooperation at the level of the United Nations, international and other regional organizations. Mongolia has also announced its decision to join the International Solar Union, based in New Delhi.
During the global epidemic of KOVID-19, the two sides successfully co-organized a special mission flight to their homeland and exchanged information on how to cope with the low-risk KOVID-19 epidemic and the supply of medicines, treatments and vaccines. agreed to work.
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