The Prime Minister S.Batbold received Monday a delegation headed by Pak Ui-chun, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). Beginning the meeting, the Premier has hoped the visit of the DPRK Foreign Minister would strengthen and develop the bilateral relations and cooperation. Mentioning that the two nations have a tradition to help each other in frames of their friendly and good relations, the Premier has emphasized the countries have an opportunity to develop collaboration in the fields of agriculture, mining, sea ports, infrastructure and construction.
In turn, Mr. Pak has expressed thanks to the Prime Minister for an audience, and said he was satisfied with visiting Mongolia. Mr. Pak has conveyed to the Premier a greeting of the leader of the DPRK Ministers’ Council, and then reported that the DPRK is welcoming the 100th birth anniversary of Kim IL-sung to be marked next year, with an intensive economic development. The sides have discussed an opportunity to developing the wide-range cooperation.