State Great Khural Chairman Receives Ambassador Kim Jong-gu

2023-03-10 12:34:19

Ulaanbaatar, March 10, 2023 /MONTSAME/. The Chairman of the State Great Khural Mr. Zandanshatar received the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Mongolia Kim Jong-gu on March 9, 2023.

At the outset of the meeting, while congratulating the Ambassador on his appointment, the State Great Khural Chairman requested the Ambassador to pay attention to and support the further development of the Strategic Partnership relations between the two countries with economic content. Moreover, Mr. Zandanshatar underscored that the cooperation between supreme legislative bodies of the two countries had been playing a significant role in strengthening the legal environment for cooperation and consolidating the Parliamentary Democracy. 

For his side, highlighting the fact that Mongolia, which has extensive historical and cultural ties, and shares common values of respect for democracy and human rights, is an important partner country in the Northeast Asian region for South Korea, Ambassador Kim Jong-gu pledged to work for translating the remarks of the State Great Khural Chairman into a reality. 

Over the course of the meeting, the Chairman of the State Great Khural Mr. Zandanshatar gave information on organizing the “Sustainable Development of Altai Region” international conference in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on June 13-14 in cooperation with Ban Ki-moon Foundation for a Better Future, Ewha Womans University of South Korea and Stanford University. 

Also, Mr. Zandanshatar expressed his confidence that the Ambassador would pay special attention to cooperation with the Republic of Korea in establishing an Inter-Parliamentary Union of countries that speak Ural-Altaic languages. 

While expressing his appreciation for Mongolia’s ceaseless efforts to ensure the regional safety and stability in the Northeast Asia, the Ambassador reaffirmed his intention to actively work for easing the travels of citizens of the two countries and intensifying the bilateral relations through cultural and art events. 


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