Ties of Ministries of Justice and Internal Affairs between Mongolia and Russia to lift up

2016-09-09 17:46:03

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ S.Byambatsogt, the Minister of Justice and Internal Affairs received Friday I.K.Azizov, the Russian Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Mongolia.

The parties have exchanged views on the Mongolia-Russia relations and cooperation.

Pointing out that the Mongolian Ministry of Justice and International Affairs intends to make the cooperation with the Russian ministry closer, Byambatsogt noted about the 4th Conference of intellectual property authorities of Mongolia, Russia and China, held Wednesday in Ulaanbaatar. He also emphasized a requirement for progressing the traditional ties between the law enforcement bodies  in the scopes of the long-year cooperation between the Ministries.

 S.Byambatsogt added that he will as  the Minister focus his attention to issues of maximizing a frequency of high-level mutual visits and bringing the cooperation into a new volume ahead of an upcoming visit of the State Secretary of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs to Mongolia. He also talked about collaborating in ensuring safety of Mongolians travelling Russia, especially Ulan-Ude and Irkutsk cities and requirements for tackling the real estate matters which have been debated for a long time.

In turn, the Russian Ambassador supported an idea of co-organizing the meeting of the Ministries of Justice and Internal Affair. He hopes that training for officials and staff of the Mongolian Ministry  in Russia will expand further.

Emphasizing that the number of Russian tourists to Mongolia doubled since the countries established the visa free agreement, the Ambassador agreed with the requirement for enhancing safety for travelers of the both countries.

The Ambassador said Russia intends to boost fruitful cooperation with Mongolia in increasing the capacity of border checkpoints and facilitating services at borders, and added that his country is ready to foster the cooperation in law enforcement.

The sides also shared views on ongoing works being done within the 95th anniversary of the bilateral diplomatic relations.