Song Tao Meets with MPP General Secretary
 ( 2017.12.02 )

Beijing, December 2nd--Song Tao, Minister of the International Department of the CPC Central Committee met here today on the morning with Dashzegve Amarbayasgalan, General Secretary of the Mongolian People's Party (MPP), who was in China for the CPC in Dialogue with World Political Parties High-Level Meeting.

Song welcomed Amarbayasgalan to attend the meeting in China after the 28th MPP Congress, and handed over General Secretary Xi Jinping's congratulation letter to Ukhnaagiin Khürelsükh, Prime Minister of Mongolia, on his election of as MPP Chairman.

Amarbayasgalan thanked General Secretary Xi Jinping for his congratulation letter, and expressed that this has fully demonstrated how China highly values the friendship toward the MPP and Mongolia-China relations. He said that Mongolia is a close neighbor to China, thus China's policies will exert significant influence on Mongolia. Speaking highly of the important report delivered by General Secretary Xi Jinping at the 19th CPC National Congress, the MPP held that the goals and strategic arrangements of socialism with Chinese characteristics in a new era will bring significant development opportunities for Mongolia. The MPP also highly acknowledges General Secretary Xi Jinping's keynote speech at the high-level meeting, and stands ready to respond to the three initiatives made by General Secretary Xi Jinping to all political parties of the world, and strengthen exchanges and cooperation with the CPC, so as to work together towards a better world.

Song fully introduced main spirit and historical achievements of the 19th CPC National Congress, and stressed that China’s foreign policy in the new era will strive for the direction of building a community with a shared future for mankind. China stands ready to make joint efforts with people of all countries including Mongolia to make unremitting efforts to this end.

Both sides exchanged views on developing China-Mongolia relations, strengthening the exchanges of experience in state administration and governance between the ruling parties of the two countries and other issues of common concern.