Mongolia, June 12, 2016

President Jin Liqun Meets Mongolian President Elbegdorj Tsakhia

AIIB President Jin Liqun met with Mongolian President Mr. Elbegdorj Tsakhia, Prime Minister Saikhanbileg Chimed, Finance Minister Bolor Bayarbaatar and other senior officials during his three-day visit to Mongolia.

At the end of the trip, President Jin said, "We attach great importance to the economic and social development of Mongolia, a founding member of AIIB. We look forward to working closely together with Mongolia and contributing meaningfully to its infrastructure development that can make lasting positive effects on the economic landscape of the country."

President Elbegdorj said, "We strongly support AIIB and the role it can play in improving the wellbeing of the people of Mongolia. The Mongolian infrastructure sector has developed very quickly in recent years, and we are working diligently to further the development of this sector."

During his visit to Ulaanbaatar, President Jin also participated in the 12th ASEM Finance Ministers’ Meeting.


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