Possibilities of jointly implementing project to train 1,000 engineers discussed

2022-10-26 12:01:49

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. On October 25, Prime Minister of Mongolia L. Oyun-Erdene received Member of the German Bundestag and Chairman of the Social Democratic Party in the Bundestag Mr. Rolf Mutzenich.

At the outset of their meeting, the sides emphasized that the recent visit of the Prime Minister to Germany at the invitation of Chancellor Olaf Scholz was of utmost significance in building up mutual trust and bringing bilateral relations to a new level.

The Prime Minister stressed the important role of the ruling parties of the two countries in ensuring the implementation of the works aimed at further expanding bilateral relations and cooperation agreed upon during the visit. In this regard, Mr. Rolf Mutzenich was asked to support Mongolia’s proposals of mutually benefiting from the use of rare earth elements, enhancing cooperation in the energy sector, jointly implementing a project to train 1,000 engineers in Mongolia’s priority sectors, such as energy, transport, logistics, mining and agriculture, and introducing German standard in the renovation of Ulaanbaatar city’s public transportation fleet.

Mr. Rolf Mutzenich conveyed Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s commitment to further deepening bilateral relations while underlining the possibility of co-implementing a project to train 1,000 engineers.

In addition, the meeting touched on further cooperation between the ruling parties of the two countries – the Mongolian People’s Party and the Social Democratic Party of Germany.

Following his meeting with the Prime Minister, Mr. Rolf Mutzenich had a meeting with Chief of Cabinet Secretariat D. Amarbayasgalan.

During the meeting, the Chief of Cabinet Secretariat underscored the importance of the Mongolian Prime Minister’s recent visit to Germany and informed that the experience of the Social Democratic Party of Germany, which highly values human rights and rapidly increased the participation of young people and women, is being studied.