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PM of Mongolia receives Ambassador of Japan

AKIPRESS.COM - Prime Minister of Mongolia Oyun-Erdene Luvsannamsrai received Ambassador of Japan to Mongolia Igawahara Masaru on February 7, Montsame reports.

Prime Minister Oyun-Erdene Luvsannamsrai congratulated Igawahara Masaru on officially assuming his duties as the Ambassador to Mongolia.

The PM also expressed condolences to the Ambassador in connection with the severe earthquake in Noto region of Ishikawa, Japan.

Oyun-Erdene Luvsannamsrai underscored the development of the strategic partnership at a high level. He briefly introduced the policies and measures implemented by the government, emphasizing Mongolia's commitment to fostering mutually beneficial cooperation with Japan

In addition, the Prime Minister expressed readiness to collaborate on projects such as the extraction of hydrogen from coal and the construction of a new city in the Khushig Valley.

Ambassador Igawahara Masaru expressed his commitment to further strengthening the partnership. This includes intensifying bilateral economic relations and enriching them with new content. He noted that Japan is ready to cooperate in projects to diversify Mongolia's economy and supports the proposal of Prime Minister Oyun-Erdene Luvsannamsrai to develop tourism.

Additionally, a technical cooperation project for a new city to be built in the Khushig Valley was launched. Ambassador Igawahara Masaru emphasized the importance of conducting detailed discussions on cooperation in the development of the new city in the future.

Furthermore, both parties agreed that working together on the project of extracting hydrogen from coal is pivotal for enhancing Mongolia-Japan relations.

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