Project aimed at addressing health problems of vulnerable children to be implemented

2022-10-28 15:03:25

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. On the sidelines of his working visit, Chairman of the State Great Hural G.Zandanshatar had a meeting with Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea Ms. Kim Young-joo today.

While previously serving as the Minister of Employment and Labor of the Republic of Korea, Deputy Speaker Kim Young-joo worked actively in the field of increasing the employment of Mongolian women and supporting women's leadership. The State Great Hural Chairman expressed his gratitude for her efforts to improve ties and cooperation between Mongolia and the ROK in various areas and his belief that she would continue to make valuable contributions to advancing the relations between the two countries' legislatures.

He then emphasized that the cooperation between the two countries’ highest legislative bodies has played an important role in expanding bilateral relations and strengthening the legal framework of cooperation and parliamentary democracy.

Expressing her satisfaction with the development of friendly relations between the two countries, the Deputy Speaker asked for the State Great Hural Chairman’s support for the promotion of the “Busan-2030” World Expo.

The Deputy Speaker also gave an overview of some of the projects and programs that will soon be put into action. In particular, the “Addressing health problems of vulnerable children in Mongolia caused by air pollution” project will be implemented and a study team has been set up.

On behalf of the State Great Hural of Mongolia, the Chairman thanked the Deputy for her efforts to solve pressing challenges affecting Mongolia and its people.

The meeting also touched on the expansion of cooperation in the green economy. Both parties concurred that cooperation in decreasing greenhouse gas emissions, addressing climate change, and putting policies in place to lessen air pollution is our duty to the international community and would serve as a major impetus for enhancing bilateral ties.

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