Mon­go­lia seeks to in­crease trade with Czech Repub­lic


Min­is­ter of Food, Agri­cul­ture and Light In­dus­try B.Bat­zorig re­ceived Am­bas­sador Jiri Brod­sky from the Czech Repub­lic to Mon­go­lia, dis­cussing ways to in­crease trade be­tween the two coun­tries.

The two sides agreed to im­prove co­op­er­a­tion in meat and milk pro­cess­ing and pro­duc­tion, and wood­work­ing. In order to achieve this, Min­is­ter S.Bat­zorig and Am­bas­sador Brod­sky agreed to sup­port the in­ten­si­fi­ca­tion of co­op­er­a­tion be­tween pri­vate busi­nesses of the two coun­tries and train Mon­go­lian agri­cul­tural work­ers in the Czech Repub­lic.

Mon­go­lia im­ports food prod­ucts val­ued at 357,000 USD and does not ex­port to the Czech Repub­lic. The fact that Mon­go­lia does not ex­port any prod­ucts to the Czech Repub­lic is an is­sue that needs to be ad­dressed, said Min­is­ter S.Bat­zorig.

Dur­ing the meet­ing, projects fi­nanced by the Czech Repub­lic in Mon­go­lia were dis­cussed also. Mov­ing for­ward, the two sides agreed to pay special at­ten­tion to agri­cul­ture.

Czech Am­bas­sador Brod­sky pro­posed to or­ga­nize a busi­ness meet­ing be­tween en­trepreneurs of the two coun­tries dur­ing the meet­ing of the com­mis­sion be­tween Mon­go­lia and the Czech Repub­lic. Min­is­ter S.Bat­zorig agreed that or­ga­niz­ing such a meet­ing would help sup­port co­op­er­a­tion be­tween the busi­nesses of the two coun­tries and ex­pressed his sup­port.

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