EU and Mongolia expand bilateral relations

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Mongolian people in traditional attire hold a Mongolian national flag as they prepare to perform during the 'Nomadic Festival-Naadam' as part of the 11th Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) Summit of Heads of State and Government (ASEM11) in Ulan Bator, Mongolia, 15 July 2016. Mongolia hosts the 11th ASEM Summit of Heads of State and Government (ASEM11) in its capital city Ulan Bator from 15 to 16 July 2016.

EU and Mongolia expand bilateral relations


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The EU’s ambassador to Mongolia, Traian Laurentiu Hristea, led a delegation of more than 30 European ambassadors and senior diplomats to Mongolia on 27-30 May in order to meet with the country’s political leaders as well as its civil society members.

The ambassadors met with Mongolia’s President Khaltmaagiin Battulga and other government officials to discuss how to strengthen bilateral relations following the entry into force of the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement in 2017, which aims to build on shared commitments towards good governance, human rights, and sustainable development.

Mongolia and the EU also took time to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Brussels and Ulaanbaatar.

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