Speaker meets Chairman of Union Public Service Commission India

Politics
batchimeg@montsame.gov.mn
2017-10-19 16:43:26
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Parliament Speaker M.Enkhbold received David Reid Syiemlieh, Chairman of the Union Public Service Commission India on October 19.

Expressing satisfaction with meeting David Reid Syiemlieh, the Speaker noted that this is one of the important actions to implement the goals of agreements on boosting the Mongolia-India cooperation at a strategic level and to widen the friendly ties and collaboration between state organizations and servants.

David R.Syiemlieh thanked the Speaker for the audience and said Mongolia and India are developing the bilateral relations in many spheres, such as, trade, economy, culture and education. He expressed hope that the collaboration between central administrative bodies will broaden further and then said he is ready to contribute to it.
The Speaker briefed about the operational structure, functions, key principles and features of the Mongolian Parliament’s State Service Council, and asked David Reid Syiemlieh to focus attention to training Mongolian students and state servants.

In response, David Reid Syiemlieh accepted the request, saying that the Indian Government is implementing programs on training Mongolian students and state servants, and added he will pay attention to broadening the programs.

“Indian Council for Cultural Relations is implementing programs on training 40 Mongolian students at Indian universities and annually involving 150 state servants in short and middle-term training for state servants. All the expenses of the training are covered by the Indian Government. It is important to widen the programs,” said Suresh Babu, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of India to Mongolia, who at the meeting.

At the end of the meeting, the Speaker emphasized the importance of intensifying the traditional ties in the cultural and educational sectors and to deepen the collaboration between parliamentarians, the Friendship Groups and the Parliamentary Offices.
B.Batchimeg