Mongolian Minister of Foreign Affairs B.Battsetseg arrived in Beijing yesterday for an official visit at the invitation of China’s Foreign Minister, Wang Yi. The two sides Tuesday have held talks in north China’s port city of Tianjin.
Mongolia’s Foreign Minister B.Battsetseg expressed the willingness to work with China to enrich the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries
Wang Yi said that since the outbreak of COVID-19, China and Mongolia have supported and helped each other, writing a new chapter of bilateral friendship.
B.Battsetseg expressed the willingness to work with China to enrich the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries.
Following the talks, the two foreign ministers jointly met the press, and two sides issued a joint statement on further strengthening anti-epidemic cooperation.
The two sides welcomed the WHO-China joint report on the global tracing of COVID-19 origins, stressing that origin-tracing is a scientific work and should not be politicised.
They also called on the WHO Secretariat to cooperate with member states in accordance with relevant resolutions of the World Health Assembly to promote global origin tracing research.