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Mongolia takes ties with China as top priority: PM


19:00, July 10, 2013

ULAN BATOR, July 10 (Xinhua) -- Prime Minister Norov Altankhuyag said Wednesday that Mongolia always takes its relations with China as one of the top priorities of its foreign policy.

Altankhuyag, who is also chairman of the ruling Democratic Party, made the remarks while meeting with Zhao Leji, head of the Organization Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC).

Altankhuyag said Mongolia firmly adheres to the important consensus that Mongolian leaders reached with Chinese President Xi Jinping on consolidating strategic mutual trust and promoting pragmatic cooperation.

He said Ulan Bator will collaborate closely with Beijing and work out and implement a mid- and long-term development plan for the Mongolia-China strategic partnership and push forward the advancement of bilateral ties comprehensively.

The Mongolian Democratic Party is ready to continue to consolidate and deepen friendly exchanges and cooperation with the CPC at various levels in all fields, the prime minister said.

Zhao said the China-Mongolia ties are important to each other.

The CPC and the Chinese government pay close attention to consolidating and boosting the strategic partnership with Mongolia, and are willing to keep close exchanges with the Mongolian side to enhance political mutual trust, deepen practical cooperation, activate cultural and people-to-people exchanges and realize a mutually beneficial win-win, Zhao said.

The CPC will further beef up friendly exchanges and cooperation with the Mongolian Democratic Party and other main political parties in Mongolia and commonly promote an in-depth development of the strategic partnership between the two countries, he said.

During his visit to Mongolia, Zhao also met with Deputy Prime Minister Dendev Terbishdagva and other political leaders.

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