President receives members of the House of Councillors of JapanVideo
President of Mongolia Khaltmaagiin Battulga today received members of the House of Councillors of Japan headed by Mr Akira Gunji, Vice Speaker of the House of Councillors. The delegation of Japanese parliament is paying a working visit to Mongolia.
At the beginning of the meeting President Battulga emphasized that the new international airport of Mongolia, which was built with Japanese loan is the most recent large-scale joint project the two countries implemented. The President also mentioned that Japan will take charge of the management of the airport after its commissioning and discussed further into the topic.
The members of the House of Councillors highlighted the economic and social significance of the new airport to Mongolia and expressed their hope that the number of flights between Japan and Mongolia will increase and people-to-people ties will deepen.
The sides exchanged views on matters regarding tourism, society, and economy. At the end of the meeting, President Battulga wished the members of the House of Councillors success in their works, and expressed his confidence that their working visit to Mongolia will be productive.