Defence minister of China visited Mongolia

2015-10-12 13:56:01

The Defense Minister of the People’s Republic of China Colonel-General Mr Chang Wanquan made a working visit to Mongolia at the invitation of his Mongolian counterpart Mr Ts.Tsolmon from Thursday to Friday. This is the first visit of China’s Defence minister to our country in the past 15 years.

During the visit, two defence ministers have held official talks and signed an agreement on assistance.
Mr Tsolmon thanked his guest for sending troops of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) for the first time to the “Khaan Quest” international military exercises for peacekeeping, and hoped that China will keep such a participation.
Mongolian Defence minister also noted that the establishment of the Mongolia-China intergovernmental agreement on the cooperation in military and technical spheres has brought the bilateral ties in the defense into a new level.
Within the visit, President of Mongoia Mr Ts.Elbegdorj and Prime minister Mr   Ch.Saikhanbileg met with Colonel-General Mr Chang Wanquan.
During the meeting, Mr Chang Wanquan said that China is ready to work with Mongolia to boost multi-level exchange and cooperation in all fields including defense and security, making positive efforts to enrich the connotations of the China-Mongolia comprehensive strategic partnership and safeguard regional peace and stability.