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Vice President of the Mongolian Parliament receives the Cuban Ambassador.

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. March 31, 2021. The Vice President of the Great State Hural of Mongolia (Parliament) Ms. Saldam Odontuya received the Cuban Ambassador Raúl Delgado Concepción in a meeting in which the events carried out last year, commemorating the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two governments,  were reviewed.

In a cordial atmosphere, the parties agreed to continue working to expand cooperation between the legislative bodies of both countries, and the implementation of those projects that can strengthen these ties. As stated in similar meetings that were held in Havana, Hon. Mrs. S. Battsetseg, Ambassador of Mongolia in Cuba with the Head of International Relations of the National Assembly of People’s Power of Cuba, Yolanda Ferrer and with the Deputy Head of International Relations of the Communist Party of Cuba, Angel Arzuaga, strengthening ties among the women parliamentarians of both countries, will serve as a guide for this commitment. During the meeting, the Vice President of the Great Mongol State Khural, S. Odontuya expressed her full support for this initiative.

Ambassador Raúl Delgado Concepción on his side thanked the Mongolian Parliament and Government for their support on the battle that Cuba is waging against the North American blockade of Cuba and ratified the invitation extended to the President of the Mongolian Parliament, G. Zandanshatar and his Vice President S. Odontuya to visit Cuba as soon as the international situation of the Covid-19 pandemic allows it. The Cuban Ambassador provided the Vice President with updated information on the political and social situation in Cuba, as well as the main actions of the Cuban authorities in the battle against the Covid-19 pandemic and the development of Cuban vaccine candidates. Both parties exchanged opinions on other issues such as tourism, friendly relations between the two peoples, women’s leadership and the health sector. (EmbaCuba Mongolia)

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