The opening ceremony of the Embassy of Kyrgyzstan in Mongolia took place on Tuesday in Ulaanbaatar. The establishment of this diplomatic mission was a significant milestone during the state visit of Kyrgyz President Sadyr Zhaparov to Mongolia from July 9 to 11.
Prior to the opening, President Zhaparov appointed Aibek Artykbaev as the Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to Mongolia through a presidential decree. The ceremony was attended by Kyrgyz Minister of Foreign Affairs Jeenbek Kulubaev, Ambassador Aibek Artykbaev, and Mongolian Minister of Foreign Affairs Battsetseg Batmunk.
The state visit of President Sadyr Japarov to Mongolia, upon the invitation of President Khurelsukh Ukhnaa, concluded on July 11. Mongolia’s active policy of developing relations and cooperation with Central Asian countries underscores the significance of this visit. It aims to strengthen the economic aspect of bilateral relations and advance cooperation in areas such as transport, logistics, agriculture, light industry, and tourism.
During the visit, the heads of state engaged in official talks, and President Sadyr Japarov met with Chairman of the State Great Khural Zandanshatar Gombojav and Prime Minister Oyun-Erdene Luvsannamsrai.
In these official discussions and meetings, both parties emphasized the need to enhance relations and cooperation between Mongolia and the Kyrgyz Republic. The two countries share deep historical and cultural ties within the Central Asian region. The focus was on promoting dialogue, strengthening mutual trust, consolidating the legal foundation of relations, and intensifying regional and multilateral cooperation.
Reflecting on the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries in 2022, President Khurelsukh stated after the official talks, “Within the framework of this visit, I believe that we can assess the past 30 years of relations and cooperation between Mongolia and Kyrgyzstan, and also chart the course and roadmap for future cooperation.”