Views exchanged on Mongolia-India exports of agricultural productsSociety
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Member of Parliament Sh.Adishaa yesterday, August 17, met with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of India to Mongolia Mohinder Pratap Singh.
The Ambassador noted that political relations between the two countries have developed successfully in the past and it is necessary to expand and activate the bilateral relations in humanitarian, education and environmental protection areas in the future.
“Relevant information on water innovation project aimed at combatting desertification and aridity in Mongolia’s western region, which was agreed during the visit of the President of Mongolia paid to India in September 2019, has been submitted to corresponding organizations. Unfortunately, the project implementation has been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic” added the Ambassador.
“Furthermore, this year marks 65th anniversary of Mongolia-India diplomatic relations. In frames of it, certain activities are on the plan under three main topics, ‘Shared Heritage and Culture’, ‘Strategic Partners’ and ‘Bright Future’, emphasized the Ambassador.
For his part, MP Sh.Adishaa said there is considerable potential for the bilateral cooperation between the two to expand in areas of environment, trade, economy, culture and education in the future. Then, he requested the Ambassador to attach attention on building capacity of local civil servants, involving herders and citizens in short term and basic training on renewable energy, and carrying out projects for environmental protection.
The sides also shared views to continue cooperate to intensify bilateral cooperation, export some agricultural products, including meat, milk, wool and cashmere to India, host business forum to attract investors and carry out other projects within environmental protection and cultural and educational cooperation.