Capital city governor meets deputies of Moscow City DumaSociety
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ On December 5, Governor of the capital city and Mayor of Ulaanbaatar S.Amarsaikhan and members of the Capital City Council D.Badarsan and D.Byambadorj, who are accompanying Prime Minister U.Khurelsukh on his official visit to the Russian Federation, met with deputies of the Moscow City Duma and heads of its commissions namely head of Commission for Interparliamentary Cooperation Lyudmila Stebenkova, head of Commission for Culture and Mass Communications Gerasimov Evgeny, and head of Commission for Environmental Policy Soloviev Alexander.
The Mongolian representatives got acquainted with the city duma’s activities, visiting its assembly hall, and exchanged views on cooperation between Ulaanbaatar and Moscow and the Ulaanbaatar Mayor signed the organization’s Book of Honored Guests. Governor S.Amarsaikhan said at the meeting, “One of the key actions to be taken within developing comprehensive strategic partnership which discussed between the Prime Ministers of Mongolia and Russia is the cooperation between the two cities. The measures of expanding provincial cooperation, intensifying trade and economic and cultural relations, and cooperating and exchanging experience in urban development and road and infrastructure construction have an important role in deepening our cooperation. Russia and its capital have made enormous contributions to the development of Ulaanbaatar.” He requested the two parties to actively work for expanding the long-standing relations and cooperation further and encouraging businesspeople from both sides.
Expressing gratitude to the Ulaanbaatar authorities for accepting the invitation to Russia as well as Mongolian people for extending support during the Patriotic War, greatly assisting in winning the historic victory, Mr. Gerasimov Evgeny expressed readiness for cooperation. Ms. Lyudmila Stebenkova saud, “It would be our pleasure to cooperate with Mongolia. We will inform Chairman of the Moscow City Duma of the proposals.”