Minister of Justice visits S.KoreaPolitics
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Minister of Justice of Mongolia D.Dorligjav paid an official visit to the Republic of Korea this October 19-21. This has become the first interaction for the two countries on justice ministers’ level since 2007.
The Minister held official talks with his S.Korean counterpart Kim Hyun-woong, and ran meetings with the Ministers of Security and Public Administration and of Government Legislation, and also with a head of the Justice Standing committee of the Korean National Assembly (parliament).
During the talks, the two sides exchanged views on the matters on expanding the cooperation in legal sphere, preparing cadres, as well as defending the rights of the Mongolians in S.Korea, alleviation in visa issuance, particularly about issuing allowing more multiple entry visas for Mongolian nationals travelling to S.Korea.
The S.Korean side expressed a willingness to cooperate in the legal renovation of Mongolia in a scope of a Memorandum of Understanding between the two Ministries of Justice.
D.Dorligjav also legged the National Forensic Studies Institute, Electronic Handcuffs Monitoring Center and a house of correction. He discussed with the authorities a further cooperation in implementing projects on forensic studies, getting technical assistance, sharing practices of the use of electronic handcuffs and introducing S.Korean high tech to the renovation process in the national archives of Mongolia.
Moreover, the sides considered a collaboration in ensuring a security during the ASEM Summit, which will run in Ulaanbaatar next year.