From 8 till 11 November, there was held a forum named Mongolia–Russia. Cooperation–2019 in Ulan-Bator, within the framework of which task meetings of the Representative Office Head of the Corporation for Development of Yenisey Siberia in Tyva Republic Yevgeniya Khertek with Trade Representative of the Russian Federation in Mongolia Maxim Vasilyev and the representatives of Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry were held.
In the course of the meetings, there were discussed the issues of comprehensive cooperation of Mongolia and Tyva Republic in realizing the project within Yenisey Siberia comprehensive investment project named Creation of the Transborder Automobile Corridor Krasnoyarsk–Abakan–Kyzyl–Khandaygayty–Ulangom–Khovd–Urumchi, which is one of the key projects of the Republic and is directly related to Mongolia.
Primary agreements about cooperation in realizing this project of the comprehensive investment project and its support together with Mongolia were reached. The representatives of Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry showed their substantial interest in supporting the project and suggested establishment of communication with representatives of local business, as well as rendering required help and backing. In the nearest future, the agreement draft between the Corporation for Development of Yenisey Siberia and Mongolia is expected.
Moreover, at the forum the products of local producers of Tyva Republic that do their business in the territory of Yenisey Siberia regions were presented. The products were mentioned to be of high quality and in demand among local consumers.
“Keen interest of Mongolian entrepreneurs to Tyva made us were glad. It was pleasant to note that there were achieved key agreements about realizing the project within Yenisey Siberia comprehensive investment project named Creation of the Transborder Automobile Corridor Krasnoyarsk–Abakan–Kyzyl–Khandaygayty–Ulangom–Khovd–Urumchi. Participation of the Mongolian party in this project is of high importance for us” Yevgeniya Khertek noted.