Who Says What?

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The Government thinks that the only best alternative to stand against the oil product price increase is the proposal of Russian Company Rosnefti to establish 100 gas stations in Mongolia. In order to accept this proposal, the Government formulated and submitted the draft law on modifications to the law on oil products. According to the current effective legislations, Rosnefti has no rights to form 100 stations in Mongolia.
Ts.Nyamdorj(MPRP): Government proposal is to be discussed
– We have three alternatives for solving the current problems: 1) to accept the price increase and get adapted to the conditions arose without measures taken by the state, 2)to discuss Rosnefti proposals submitted to the Government of Mongolia and 3) there are other ways but we have no researches and data. Therefore, the second alternative is to be discussed during the Parliament session.
R.Gonchigdorj(Democratic Party): It is important not to loose domestic market
– Mongolia has abundant coal. Let us implement the policy on producing oil products at home within 2-3 years. A strategy of what to do in order not to loose give domestic market away is not clear. Thus, DP Council is to talk and negotiate with MPRP Board on 100 gas stations of Rosnefti. Firstly the formation of task group is being negotiated.

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