President Kh.Battulga makes conversation on ‘Future of Mongolia-U.S. relations’Society
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ President of Mongolia Kh.Battulga visited the United States Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) yesterday on July 30.
Founded in 1962 in Washington, D.C, CSIS is one of the world’s preeminent international policy institutions focused on defense and security, regional study, and transnational challenges ranging from energy and trade to global development and economic integration.
CSIS President and CEO John J.Hamre welcomed the President and expressed his thanks for giving thorough information about relations between the two countries.
A total of 250 international reporters and scholars attended the conversation with the President of Mongolia on ‘The Future of U.S.-Mongolia Relations’.
In his speech, President Kh.Battulga said “I am delighted at visiting the world’s preeminent research organization that conducts researches on national security and meeting with you all. I am sharing a gleeful news to you. I am happy that during my visit to the United States the sides are going to announce tomorrow that the two countries are bringing the bilateral relations at a new level and cooperating closer. I consider that the news will be a reasonable progress for the two countries that have close ties, share common values such as democracy, human rights and freedom. I came for today’s conversation to exchange my opinions on the past, present and future of U.S.-Mongolia relations.”
Following remarks by the President of Mongolia on relations between the two countries, the conversation was moderated by Michael J. Green, Senior Vice President for Asia and Japan Chair at CSIS. President Kh.Battulga answered interested questions from the international reporters, scholars and Mongolists.