Bulgarian President Starts State Visit to Mongolia
Monday, 11 May 2015
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev started a state visit to Mongolia Sunday. The visit to Mongolia will take place within the context of the 65th anniversary of
the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
Talks will be dominated by the opportunities for deepening political dialogue and, strengthening trade and economic cooperation and partnership in areas including mining, the pharmaceutical industry, the energy sector, agriculture and food production, the leather and fur industry, high-tech, the construction of modern infrastructure, research, education and culture.
On his first day in Ulan Bator, the President met with over 60 Mongolian nationals having studied and worked in Bulgaria. "Bulgaria has the ambition to become again an educational centre in Southeastern Europe and we hope that a maximum possible number of young people will receive their training in Bulgaria.
You are a symbol of the success of this educational system and we will strengthen these ties within the visit," the head of State said.