Prime Minister receives Ambassador of China

2020-02-21 11:32:03

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. On February 20, Prime Minister of Mongolia U.Khurelsukh received Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People’s Republic of China to Mongolia Chai Wenru. 

At the meeting where the sides exchanged views on bilateral cooperation and current issues, the Chinese Ambassador conveyed greeting from Premier of the State Council of China Li Keqiang. 

PM U.Khurelsukh expressed his delight with the appointment of Mr. Chai Wenru, who has ample knowledge and experience in Mongolia. 

Mentioning that China adheres to a policy to extend bilateral ties Mongolia, enriching with new contents after the two nations established a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership during the Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Mongolia in 2014, Ambassador Chai Wenru pledged to exert all efforts to develop partnership during his tenure.

“I will be committing myself to focus on developing mining, infrastructure, bank and financing, and agricultural partnership of Mongolia and China under the principle of mutually beneficial ties,” said the Ambassador. He also noted his eagerness to put the Zamyn Uud-Erlian Economic Cooperation Agreement into effect. 

Conveying his greetings to the Premier of the State Council, Prime Minister U.Khurelsukh affirmed that developing friendly relations and mutually beneficial ties remain as a foreign policy priority of Mongolia. 

“I am confident that the people of China can effectively overcome the challenge of Covid-19, which took the lives of a large number of people. I believe that the Chinese side will understand the proactive measures Mongolia is taking. 

He also informed about the donation campaign 'Emotional Support to Eternal Neighbor' initiated by Mongolia, aimed at assisting China to bring situations under control. 

In turn, the Ambassador said, “The people of China truly wish no Mongolian is infected with the coronavirus and we are grateful for the people of Mongolia for their enormous support for us.”