Mongolia-Germany Intergovernmental Working Group Convenes in UlaanbaatarPolitics
Ulaanbaatar, June 9, 2023/MONTSAME/. The 8th Meeting of the Working Group, designated to monitor and coordinate implementation of the Mongolia-Germany intergovernmental agreement on cooperating in the fields of mineral resources, industry and technology, was held in Ulaanbaatar on June 6.
During the Working Group Meeting, the parties discussed and exchanged views on ensuring the smooth implementation of the Intergovernmental Agreement on Cooperating in the Fields of Mineral Resources, Industry and Technology between Mongolia and Germany, which was signed in 2011, further deepening the bilateral relations and cooperation in trade, investment, energy, mining and education sectors, and explored opportunities to implement joint strategically-important projects and programs.
Moreover, outcomes of the 9th meeting of the Mongolian-German Economic Committee under the Intergovernmental Working Group meeting, of which principal mission is to encourage private sector cooperation between the two countries, and recommendations to be reflected in the Intergovernmental Meeting protocol were discussed. Then, the parties considered the ways that governments of the two countries can support the cooperation between business communities in mining and quarrying, energy and education sectors.
The 8th Meeting of the Intergovernmental Working Group was co-chaired by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Development of Mongolia Ch. Khurelbaatar and Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action of the Federal Republic of Germany Franziska Brantner.