meeting with Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj on July 13 in
Mongolia’s capital of Ulan Bator, during which the host affirmed that
Mongolia always attaches much importance to developing ties with
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (L) met with Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj on July 13
Mongolia highly values Vietnam’s position and role in the region, said
the President, who held that Vietnam’s success in its national
construction and development has enhanced the country’s prestige in the
PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc lauded Mongolia’s economic achievements over the
past years, declaring that Vietnam sees Mongolia as an important partner
in the region.
He expressed hope that the traditional ties between the two countries
will grow effectively in the future, meeting the expectations of their
people and contributing to the maintenance of peace, stability,
cooperation and development in the region and the world.
The Government leader said he believes Mongolia will successfully organise the upcoming 11th Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) Summit.
Reviewing recent progress in bilateral relations recently, both sides vowed to further boost their cooperation in all fields.
The two leaders agreed to maintain high-level exchanges as well as boost
coordination between ministries, sectors and localities, especially in
the organisation of the 16th meeting of the Vietnam-Mongolia
Inter-Governmental Committee on economy, trade, science and technology
in September this year.
They concurred that ministries and sectors of both sides should work
harder together to seek measures to bolster bilateral trade. Vietnam
will import quarantined processed meat from Mongolia , while Mongolia
will buy Vietnam ’s agriculture and electronic products.
The leaders also pledged to create a favourable environment for
businesses of both sides to increase their partnerships, while
strengthening people-to-people contacts, especially among the youth, and
so introducing each other’s traditional culture and fostering bilateral
The two sides also discussed the regional and world situation as well as
matters of shared concern, including the East Sea issue. They agreed to
cooperate with and support each other at international and regional