On March 7, Belarusian Ambassador to Mongolia Stanislav Chepurnoy was received by Member of Parliament and Head of the State Building Standing Committee N.Enkhbold to discuss ongoing projects on economic cooperation between the two countries.
Ambassador Chepurnoy pointed out that the sides need to focus on expanding trade, economic, and other cooperation, as well as the number of mutual visits between the legislators of the two countries, are of importance to improving mutual cooperation.
He noted that there is a Belarus-Mongolia Inter-Parliamentary Group in the Belarusian parliament that includes 12 legislators, and that he hopes a similar inter-parliamentary group will be established in the parliament of Mongolia.
The Ambassador emphasized that there are possible areas for the expansion of economic cooperation, including Ulaanbaatar’s public transportation, agriculture, dairy industry, heavy machinery mechanics, and mining sector.
MP N.Enkhbold said that both countries have the opportunity to expand relations and cooperation in a wide range of issues.