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The Ministry of Regional Development discussed Russian-Mongolian cooperation

25 August 2014 in the Ministry of Regional Development of Russia under the co-chairmanship of the Deputy Minister of Regional Development of the Russian Federation Vasily Kopylov and Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia Damba Ganhuyaga took place
11-th meeting of the Subcommission on Regional and Cross-border Cooperation of the Russian-Mongolian Intergovernmental Commission for Trade-Economic and Scientific-Technical Cooperation, the press service of the ministry reports. The meeting was attended by representatives of federal executive bodies and executive authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, as well as representatives of interested ministries and departments of Mongolia.

During the meeting, the sides discussed the state and prospects of Russian-Mongolian interregional and cross-border cooperation, interaction in the field of economy and agriculture.

The meeting participants agreed to promote investment cooperation within the framework of the Altai Valley special economic zone of tourist and recreational type created on the territory of the Altai Republic and the Tsaagannur special economic zone created on the territory of the Bayan-Ulgiy aimag of Mongolia, consider the possibility of creating an Internet resource dedicated to the Russian Mongolian cooperation, on the basis of which the organizations of the two countries could submit their proposals for the development of trade, economic, scientific, educational and social and humanitarian cooperation, as well as consider the possibility of increasing the volume of meat supplies from Mongolia to the Russian Federation for industrial processing.

The issue of improving the legal framework for cross-border cooperation was touched upon. The parties agreed to expedite the coordination of the draft Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of Mongolia on promoting interregional and cross-border cooperation, and also to develop in the near future a Program for Interregional and Cross-border Cooperation between the Russian Federation and Mongolia and the Action Plan for it.

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