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Vice Foreign Ministers of China, Russia and Mongolia Hold Second Consultation

2015/03/24

On March 23, 2015, Vice Foreign Minister Cheng Guoping, Deputy Foreign Minister Igor Morgulov of Russia and Deputy Foreign Minister Navaan-Yunden Oyundari of Mongolia held the second trilateral vice foreign ministers’ consultation among China, Russia and Mongolia in Beijing. This consultation aims at implementing the consensus on trilateral cooperation reached by the three heads of state in their first meeting in Dushanbe on September 11, 2014.

The three sides agreed to carry out comprehensive cooperation in fields such as politics, economy, local governments, science and technology, people-to-people and cultural exchange and international affairs. To prepare for the second meeting of the three heads of state, the three sides had an in-depth exchange of views on the necessity of formulating a trilateral cooperation roadmap and establishing an economic corridor among China, Russia and Mongolia.

The three sides focused their discussion on economic and trade cooperation, covering creating conditions to boost trade growth among them, conducting settlement in local currencies, expanding cooperation in fields of energy and transportation and others.

The three sides held similar standpoints on major international and regional issues, and discussed the key areas in diplomatic coordination.

The three sides decided to hold the next trilateral vice foreign ministers’ consultation in Moscow. The detailed time will be determined through diplomatic channels.

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