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Monday, 21 October 2013

"Poland counts on closer economic ties with Mongolia"

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Polish-Mongolian relations are improving, our cooperation is becoming closer and diplomatic and political ties are more intensive, President Bronislaw Komorowski said Monday in the Mongolian capital Ulan Bator.

 

On Monday BronislawKomorowski met Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj, with whom he discussed Mongolia's role in spreading democracy in its region.

 

Bronislaw Komorowski praised Mongolia for its economic success and involvement in democratic processes in Asia. Noting that Mongolia's role in this respect resembled Poland's onetime leadership in introducing democracy in east Europe, Komorowski said this common experience obliged both countries to deepen their ties.

 

"I especially count on deepening cooperation in the economic sphere. In my opinion Poland's economic potential, the effect of Poland's standing growth despite the economic crisis, and Mongolia's impressive economic growth do not sufficiently translate into Polish-Mongolian business ties", the president said.

 

Elbegdorj expressed contentment with the development of his country's economic ties with Poland. he said that his talks with Bronislaw Komorowski focused on economic cooperation, promoting democracy, defence and cooperation on the international arena.

 

"President Komorowski's visit is a very important part of our relations and will contribute to the development and expansion of friendly relations between Mongolia and Poland", the Mongolian state head said.

 

Both presidents attended the signing of a declaration on cooperation in mining and mining machinery between the Polish Economy Ministry and the Mongolian Ministry of Mining.

 

Also on Monday Bronislaw Komorowski met with the PM and the chairman of the State Great Hural (parliament) of Mongolia and attended a Polish-Mongolian economic forum.

 

Mongolia's economy is based on coal, copper and gold mining. According to the Mongolian Ministry of Mining the mining branch generates 22 percent of the country's GDP (USD 13.3 billion in 2012).

 

From Mongolia Bronislaw Komorowski will go to South Korea, where on Tuesday in the country's capital Seoul he will speak with the country's President Park Geun-hye and the head of the Korean National Assembly Kang Chang Hi. On Wednesday Bronislaw Komorowski will attend the opening of a Polish-Korean Business Cooperation Forum and a Polish-Korean Business Night gala.

 

Also planned is a visit to Panmunjom in the demilitarised zone between South and North Korea where Bronislaw Komorowski is to hold talks with the South Korean and U.S. military. (PAP)

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