First Deputy Prime Minister met with David Cameron

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Democratic Party Chairman and First Deputy Prime Minister N.Altankhuyag met with British Prime Minister David Cameron, who is also the head of the Conservative Party in the U.K on tuesday at the meeting of the International Democrat Union in London.

D.Cameron congratulated the DP for its membership in the IDU and stated his support for Mongolia’s transition to democracy. He noted the importance of the DP and Conservative Party discussing their successes and failures and learning from each other’s experiences. He said the fact that the DP chairman was taking part in the meeting shows how significant he considers it.

N.Altankhuyag expressed his happiness with the DP’s membership in the IDU, and his pleasure with being in London, where the organization was founded. He said that the DP has closely cooperated with the Conservative Party and he expressed his hopes for future cooperation.

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