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Delegation of Mongolia to WEF-2017 to be headed by new president Haltmaagiin Battulga

The President of Mongolia, Haltmaagiin Battulga, elected 7 July, will head the delegation of his state at the III Eastern Economic Forum (WEF-2017) and will visit Russia for the first time in this status, the press service of the Ministry of Territorial Development said with reference to Mongolia's Ambassador to Russia Banzragch Dalgermaa.

The ambassador reportedly met with presidential adviser Anton Kobyakov. The parties noted the positive dynamics in the development of both political and economic contacts between Russia and Mongolia, a regular dialogue between the leaders of the two countries. Banzragch Dalgarmaa stressed that the WEF is expected to participate in the delegation of Mongolia, which will include about 120 officials and business representatives. Also, the parties discussed the possibility of organizing a Russian-Mongolian round table with representatives of the business community of the two countries within the framework of the business program VEF-2017.

In addition, 30 Mongolian wrestlers participated in the annual Jigoro Kano International Judo Tournament in Vladivostok among juniors and juniors before 21 under the patronage of Vladimir Putin and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. It was noted that the head of Mongolia was successfully engaged in judo and sambo, was part of the national teams in these types of martial arts. Summing up the meeting, Mr. Kobyakov expressed the hope that the visit of the Mongolian delegation would be of practical importance for the expansion of Russian-Mongolian cooperation and would mark a new milestone in the development of partnership between the two countries. It was also stressed that the Forum in Vladivostok will be the first event in the multilateral international format for the President of Mongolia, the report says.

VEF-2017 will be held in Vladivostok 6-7 September.