Chinese party leader pledges judicial exchanges with Mongolia

Luo Gan, a senior official of the Communist Party of China (CPC), on Monday called for further exchanges with Mongolia in the judicial area.

In a meeting with Mongolia's Chief Justice Sodnomdarjaa Batdelger, Luo said China and Mongolia have been in close contacts on judicial and legal affairs, vowing to continue efforts with Mongolia to boost cooperation to this end.

Luo, member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, said China attaches great importance to the role of the legal system in its social and economic development

China will exercise its judicial practice according to its own circumstances, but at the same time it is ready to learn from other countries in this regard, said Luo.

Since China and Mongolia established good-neighborly partnership of mutual trust in 2003 when Chinese President Hu Jintao paid a state visit to Mongolia, the two countries have witnessed smooth development of bilateral relations and fruitful cooperation in various fields, Luo added.

Batdelger, who started his visit to China last Friday, said he expects to learn from and forge closer cooperative ties with Chinese judicial organs.

Source: Xinhua

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