The Home Affairs Minister Rajnath Singh is to leave today to Ulaanbaatar for a 3-day visit to Mongolia. His visit’s main purpose is to improve the relationship between India and Mongolia and strengthen the security cooperation.With Singh’s visit to Mongolia India is looking forward to make Mongolia as an important strategic partner and the it will have a huge potential of bilateral relations with Mongolia. He will be leaving today, 21st June with a delegation comprising of a Joint Secretary from the Ministry of External Affairs, Director General of Border Security Force K.K. Sharma, Disaster Management in Ministry of Home Affairs and an Additional Secretary.
In his 3-day visit to the country bordering with Russia and China Rajnath Singh will meet with the Mongolian Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister and the Mongolian President, he will also visit a Buddhist monastery and hold a meeting with his counterpart and Mongolia’s Minister for Justice and Interior Affairs, a Home Ministry official said. “The Minister is to participate in a groundbreaking ceremony of an oil refinery in Mongolia on June 22 and also to attend a meeting with its border protection force,” he continued. It should be noted that his meeting with the Mongolian government is prior to the scheduled disaster management summit being held there next month in which ministers of the most disaster prone countries will meet in July to discuss how to prevent disasters and tackle the continuous climate change. The progress of reducing disaster losses will also be a subject to review.
Leaving for Ulaanbaatar on a 3 day visit to Mongolia. Looking forward to further India’s relations with Mongolia and strengthen security cooperation. Mongolia as an important strategic partner. India wants to realise the huge potential of bilateral relations with Mongolia.
— Rajnath Singh (@rajnathsingh) June 21, 2018