The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary from the Republic of Belarus to Mongolia, Stanislav Chepurnoi, presented his credentials to Mongolian President Ts.Elbegdorj on Wednesday.
In a meeting with Ambassador Chepurnoi, the President noted, “Recently, bilateral relations are intensively developing. After the visit of the Belarusian Prime Minister in 2013, we can clearly see improvements in bilateral collaboration. Regarding negotiations, we decided on issues not mentioned for many years. Establishing an embassy for the first time in Ulaanbaatar, and appointing you as an ambassador, shows the importance of bilateral relations. It is evidence that we can deepen our relations in the future.”
Chepurnoi replied, “Thank you for welcoming us, and you’re right that our relations are expanding. Intergovernmental negotiations are intensifying, concurrence of the legal environment and the frequency of bilateral summit visits are increasing. We invite you to visit Belarus once again. Surely your visit will deepen relations in bilateral politics, the economy and trade sectors. We are known for distributing agricultural and agronomical machines and equipment to the Mongolian market. Therefore, we are interested in expanding those relations. We want to provide high tech products, passenger vehicles, and techniques for road and building construction. Moreover, establish industry and entities, together.”
Of the 15 member countries of the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, only the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, and now Belarus, have opened embassies in Mongolia. A total of 21 nations now have embassies established in UB.
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