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President Calls for High-level Exchanges with Mongolia

Central News Agency -- Taiwan
April 19, 2006


Taipei, April 19 (CNA) President Chen Shui-bian said Wednesday he is hopeful that Taiwan and Mongolia can engage in high-level exchanges, with ministerial-level officials from the two countries exchanging visits regularly.

Chen made the call while meeting with a group of Mongolian prosecutors and other judicial personnel who are receiving training in Taipei.

Under a successful cooperative program launched last year, Chen said provincial-level officials from Mongolia attended training classes in Taiwan.

"We hope similar cooperative programs will continue and further expand," Chen said, adding that he hopes top leaders and ministerial-level officials from the two countries can exchange frequent visits to further boost bilateral cooperation in various fields.



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