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Monday, July 30, 2007

Kuwaitian Emir Visits Mongolia


The President of Mongolia N.Enkhbayar met with visiting Emir of Kuwait, His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, today at the State House. The President Enkhbayar discussed possibility of deepening economic and trade links especially on oil, natural gas usage, and meat export to Kuwait and Middle East countries. Two leaders talked about process of Middle East peace talks, Iranian nuclear program, and Iraqi reconstruction.

Mongolia and Kuwait signed four protocols on trade, education, telecommunication, culture, science and technology after an hour-long official talk between two leaders.

Emir Al-Sabah, who paid a visit before in 1995 in Mongolia, is currently on six-day official visit in Ulaanbaatar. He will hold official talks with the Prime Minister M.Enkhbold and Speaker of Parliament D.Lundeejantsan today at Sonjin Grand Hotel where he is staying.

The Government of Kuwait gifted US$12 million to the Government of Mongolia on building a new Parliament House last year. Mongolia established a diplomatic relation with Kuwait in June 1975. Mongolia was one of the first countries that strongly condemned Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, according to a press statement by Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Photos by B.Byamba-Ochir (Focus-MN)

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kuwaituud Parliamentiin ordon barival l mungu ugnu gesen yum bh daa??