Mongolian Foreign Minister Damdin Tsogtbaatar will pay an official visit to China from Dec 3-5 at the invitation of his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang announced on Monday.
It will be the Mongolian minister"s first visit to China since a new government in Mongolia was established in October.
Wang will meet with Tsogtbaatar, Geng said, and both will hold a joint media briefing.
The two countries will exchange in-depth views on consolidating political mutual trust, deepening practical cooperation, expanding people-to-people exchanges, as well as promoting bilateral ties, Geng told a daily media conference in Beijing.
"China and Mongolia are important neighbors and developing the China-Mongolia relationship conforms to the interests of both countries and their people," Geng said. "And the new government, led by the Mongolian People"s Party, has shown a positive attitude toward its ties with China since it took office."
"China is willing to work with Mongolia to push forward the bilateral relationship and practical cooperation," he added.
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