Inner Mongolian delegation discusses collaboration with U.Khurelsukh
Chinese delegates led by Communist Party Secretary of China’s Inner Mongolia Li Jiheng met with Prime Minister U.Khurelsukh on July 5 at the State Palace to discuss collaboration opportunities.
The prime minister noted that a number of cooperation projects are being implemented as the two nations are successfully developing their comprehensive strategic partnership, and underlined that highlevel visits and dialogues between the two countries have increased for over a decade.
U.Khurelsukh expressed his satisfaction with Mongolia's successful cooperation with Inner Mongolia in trade and economic sectors in recent years, and said Mongolia needs to closely cooperate with Inner Mongolia to reach the goal of increasing trade turnover between Mongolia and China to 10 billion USD by 2020.
The premier pointed out that Mongolia is interested in increasing collaboration with Inner Mongolia to develop the agricultural sector and protect the environment, and expressed interest in Inner Mongolian experience to increase exports of meat and meat products and combat desertification.
He added that as a result of a meeting between Chinese and Mongolian officials held in Bayannur City of Inner Mongolia, cooperation between the two countries’ border checking points has improved.
Jiheng emphasized that Inner Mongolia plays a major role in the relations and cooperation between China and Mongolia. He noted that China is interested in increasing its cooperation in the areas of small and medium-sized enterprises, culture, humanitarian, education, healthcare, and science with Mongolia.
Jiheng added that China is looking forward to developing its border, free trade zone and tourism cooperation with Mongolia.
...Mongolia needs to closely cooperate with Inner Mongolia to reach the goal of increasing trade turnover between Mongolia and China to 10 billion USD by 2020...
Chinese and Mongolian officials in discussion