Mongolian and Russian Presidents sign Comprehensive Strategic PartnershipVideo
After the official talks between the Mongolian and Russian Presidents at the State House, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Mongolian President Kh.Battulga attended a ceremony to sign intergovernmental and inter-agency documents on bilateral relations and cooperation.
The heads of state of Mongolia and Russia signed a treaty between Mongolia and the Russian Federation on Friendly Relations and Comprehensive Strategic Partnership. Previously, Mongolia and the Russian Federation established a treaty on friendly relations and cooperation in 1993, which was renewed by the two countries in 2009 with a declaration of Strategic Partnership.
Afterwards, documents on cooperation were signed by the government officials and business delegates from Mongolia and Russia at the ceremony, which included an intergovernmental agreement on cooperation between Mongolia and Russia in the fight against terrorism, an agreement between the governments of Mongolia and Russia on promoting interregional and cross-border cooperation, a protocol on the renewal of the 2014 intergovernmental agreement on the provision of military and technical assistance to Mongolia, a protocol on cooperation in ensuring the stable functioning of the Kyakhta-Altanbulag international automobile checkpoint on the Mongolian-Russian border and plan for 2020-2024 on cooperation between the customs agencies of the two countries, an agreement between the Mineral Resources and Petroleum Authority of Mongolia and the JSC Rusgeology of Russia, a strategic cooperation agreement between national postal services, a memorandum of understanding between Erdenes Mongol LLC and the Russian national grid company Rosseti, and a cooperation agreement between DBM Asset Management LLC and the Russian Direct Investment Fund.