Mongolian parliament speaker meets governor of China's Shanxi province

09:56, April 20, 2010      

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Speaker of the Mongolian parliament Khural Demberel Damdin on Monday met a delegation led by Yuan Chunqing, governor of Shanxi province of of China, the parliamentary press and information service said.

Demberel said that he was satisfied with the positive development of the relation and cooperation between Mongolia and China. He said that strengthening the mutual trust between provinces of Mongolia and China carries an important significance in the ties of the two countries.

Yuan said that the delegation of Chinese business representatives arrived in Mongolia with a key aim to strengthen the mutual understanding and friendship. There is a great potential for Mongolia and Shanxi to develop cooperation in trade and tourism.

He said he hoped the two sides could sign some agreements on cooperation.

Yuan and his delegation arrived in Ulan Bator on Sunday for a three-day visit.

Source: Xinhua

(Editor:赵晨雁)

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