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India, Mongolia vow to enhance ties

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NEW DELHI: India and Mongolia on Wednesday vowed to strengthen parliamentary and economic cooperation.

At a meeting Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar had with Mongolian Prime Minister Sukhbaataryn Batbold in Ulaanbaatar, the latter noted that the bilateral ties went far beyond diplomatic relations, as they were rooted in history. He called for increasing trade and commerce, especially in mining, and also greater cooperation in information technology. Ms. Kumar's visit would add a new dynamics to the bilateral visit, he added. Ms. Kumar, who headed an all-party parliamentary delegation to Mongolia, called on D. Demberel, Chairman of the State Great Hural, Mangolia's Parliament.

A protocol of cooperation was signed by the Secretaries-General of the Lok Sabha and the State Great Hural.

The delegation visited the residence of Genghis Khan, founder of the Mongolian Empire.

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