Mongolia-Italy Intergovernmental Program for cooperation in education, science, and sports signedArt & Culture
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Minister of Culture Ch.Nomin, who is on a working visit to the Italian Republic, held a meeting with the country’s Undersecretary of State for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Manlio Di Stefano on April 19.
At the meeting, the sides discussed cooperation between Mongolia and Italy, particularly cultural and arts cooperation, signed the ‘2022-2025 Intergovernmental Program for cooperation in education, science, and sports’, and agreed to develop a plan to ensure the implementation of the program.
The program opens up an opportunity for the two countries to intensify their cooperation in the sectors of culture, education, science and sports by promoting each other’s history and culture, through exhibitions, performances, and film and cultural days, and the exchange of classical artists, and implementing upskilling courses.
The sides also agreed to cooperate in conducting training and research in the protection of cultural heritage, archaeology, architecture, natural science, ethnography and anthropology and translating and publishing classical and modern literature.
Minister Ch.Nomin gave information on the New Revival Policy being implemented by the government of Mongolia to mitigate the pandemic’s impact on the country’s economy, emphasizing that the government is offering investment opportunities worth USD 49 billion to local and foreign investors and there are projects that can be implemented through public and private partnerships.