Will Increase Number of Students to Study in Turkey

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N.Enkhbayar, President of Mongolia met with Omur Shelendil, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary ambassador of Turkey related to his back to mother country.

President N.Enkhbayar noted that O.Shelendil co-worked well during his term on broadening of Mongolia-Turkey relation in all fields and development of both countries. “It is worth to broaden economic relations since political relation is in high level. President said, he hopes that Turkey will continue to train Mongolian guys in their country“and wanted good luck to his future career. O.Shelendil said: “Mongolians started to visit Turkey without visa since last year. Number of students training in Turkey is increasing year by year. Also military cooperation is developing well, and every year 5 Mongolian policemen and soldiers are studying in Turkey”. We are constructing road of Kharakhorum-Khushuu Tsaidam, and Blood center of First Clinical United hospital by free grant of Turkish TIKA. Fifth meeting of inter-governmental joint commission will be organized in Ankara this year.

Also we always support each others in international arena. So we want you to support nomination of Turkish Izmir city to organize World expo 2015.” And he said that he will always remember Mongolians, who are just like brotherhoods, by nice.

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2 Responses to Will Increase Number of Students to Study in Turkey

  1. Dinçer says:

    Mongolian citizens started to visit Turkey without visa since two years. Turkey doesn’t require visa for Mongolian citizens anymore. What about making the same gesture for Turkish citizens as well?

  2. Özgür says:

    Hello.
    It is really hard to understand your insist on “visa” for Turkish citizens. Turkey lifted visa requirements for Mongolians long time ago. Therefore, number of Mongolian students training in Turkey is increasing year by year. Also military cooperation is developing well, and every year 5 Mongolian policemen and soldiers are studying in Turkey, etc. Do you have any serious reason for still keeping that “ban”?

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