Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu on Friday called for expanding bilateral ties between India and Mongolia in different sectors including renewable energy, especially solar energy and Information Technology.
Sustaining the momentum of India-Mongolia high-level interactions, the leaders discussed deepening bilateral cooperation to further strengthen bonds between the peoples of the two countries. Mr Naidu met Mongolian President Khaltmaagiin Battulga here, and said the Presidential level visit from Mongolia, happening after almost a decade, was very special to India.
Both leaders condemned terrorism and agreed upon the need for united global response to tackle the menace. Discussions on infrastructure projects, including an oil refinery and railway line were also held.
Mr Naidu also said that Mongolia joining the International Solar Alliance is an important step in expanding the cooperation between the two nations in this field. Read More
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