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  • 31 May 2013

    The possibilities for a deepening of the Polish-Mongolian cooperation were on the agenda of political consultations between vice ministers Jerzy Pomianowski and Damba Ganhuyag on May 29, 2013 in Warsaw. Among the issues raised were the promising prospects stemming from the signature of bilateral agreements earlier this year, in particular in the spheres of economic and defense cooperation. Discussions also touched upon the internal situation and foreign policy of both countries.

    A new dynamics in the Polish-Mongolian relations has been exemplified this year by intensive high-level contacts. In January the President of Mongolia Mr. Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj paid a visit to Poland and in April vice minister J. Pomianowski took part in the Ulaanbaatar conference of the Community of Democracies, whereas May saw an official visit to Mongolia of the Speaker of the Senate Mr. Bogdan Borusewicz, who came to the country on the invitation of the Chariman of the State Great Hural.

     

    Vice minister D. Ganhuyag also participated in the conference dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the Kraków Initiative (PSI, Proliferation Security Initiative), which took place on May 27-28 in Warsaw.

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