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The parties discussed promising areas of bilateral cooperation and the implementation of mutually beneficial projects in the trade and economic sphere.

On October 21-22, an interagency delegation led by Alexey Overchuk visited Mongolia (Ulan Bator). During the visit, the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation was received by the President of Mongolia Ukhnagiin Khurelsukh, with whom he discussed the prospects for the development of trade and economic cooperation. On the eve of the 100th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Russia and Mongolia, the parties emphasized the high level of fraternal bilateral relations, noting the great potential for enhancing Russian-Mongolian cooperation, including in the fields of energy, transport, agriculture, as well as the implementation of the climate agenda.

During negotiations with the Prime Minister of Mongolia, Luvsannamsrain Oyun-Erdene, special attention was paid to the issues of increasing the export of Mongolian goods to the Russian Federation. The parties also discussed a number of promising areas of bilateral cooperation in the field of energy and transport, as well as exchange of experience in the use of digital technologies in public administration, provision of services to citizens and tax administration.

Within the framework of the visit, a meeting was also held between Alexey Overchuk and Deputy Prime Minister of Mongolia Sainbuyangiin Amarsaykhan. Particular attention was paid to discussing the practical steps required to increase the export of Mongolian livestock products. The parties also discussed the progress in the implementation of bilateral cooperation projects in the gas, transport and energy spheres, and also outlined issues for the formation of a barrier-free environment in order to increase mutual trade and realize the transit potential of Mongolia.

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