Chairman of the State Great Khural (Parliament) of Mongolia Mr. Miyegombo ENKHBOLD, who is conducting an official visit to the Republic of Turkey, paid a courtesy call on Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, President of the state.
The meeting, which was held in a warm and friendly environment lasted over an hour, where the sides discussed and touched upon topics of all sectors of bilateral relations and cooperation.
At the beginning of meeting, Chairman M.Enkhbold said, “I am glad to meet you again H.E. Mr. President and comparatively to early visit to the country, Turkey has been changed progressively in construction development as well as a significant changes in the economy and society. In this regard, I would like to highlight Mr. President’s leadership that has played an important role”.
He further noted that Mongolia is aware and always stood with Turkey in its fight against international terrorism. Moreover, Mr. Enkhbold expressed his readiness to further enrich the bilateral relations in economic spheres, to fully utilize resources as well as to stimulate stagnant trade and economic cooperation such as agriculture, tourism, light industry, urban planning, construction, education, culture, art, and health sector.
In turn, H.E. Mr. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan affirmed his readiness to aim Turkish investment in the field of interest. He emphasized that Mongolia and its people are respected as brotherhood, and proposed cooperation in education, civil aviation, urban development and an investment sphere. For instance, an establishment of the Orkhon Valley-based tourism complex, which was initiated by Chairman M.Enkhbold. He also expressed his willingness to cooperate in sharing the experience of solving public transport issues as well as to study possibilities of importing meat and meat products from Mongolia.
At the end of meeting, the sides unanimously agreed to pay a particular attention on celebration of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries to mark in 2019.
Press and Public Relations Department of the State Great Khural of Mongolia