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Russian officials and businessmen discussed the prospects for trade and economic cooperation with Mongolia - the Ministry of Natural Resources

The co-chairman of the Russian-Mongolian intergovernmental commission for trade, economic and scientific-technical cooperation, the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation, Sergey Donskoy, held a working meeting with representatives of its Russian part. This is reported by the press service of the Ministry of Natural Resources.

The meeting was assembled with the aim of "promptly fulfilling the agreements at the highest level reached during the working visit of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin to Mongolia on September 3, 2014," the message says. Its participants, in particular, discussed issues of trade and economic cooperation, cooperation in the field of railway transport, energy, industry, agro-industrial complex, education and science, in the field of environmental protection and subsoil use.

“It was noted that the main task of the intergovernmental commission is to promote cooperation in the economic sphere, filling it with concrete, mutually beneficial projects,” the press service of the Ministry of Natural Resources said. At the meeting, Sergei Donskoy pointed out “the need for a high-quality study of the instructions of the President and the Government of the Russian Federation to strengthen the contractual legal framework for cooperation and the implementation of joint projects and programs”.

The meeting was attended by representatives of various Russian ministries and departments, as well as representatives of Russian banks and interested Russian organizations, including Russian Railways, Rosneft OJSC, Renova Group of Companies, En + Group of Companies, Rostec State Corporation, Rosgeology OJSC . 

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