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Opportunities of the international container block train Mongolian Vector discussed in Lithuania

BC, Vilnius, 01.04.2014.Print version
During the meeting with the Mongolia's delegation in Lithuania's Ministry of Transport and Communications, the new opportunities of the international container block train Mongolian Vector were discussed. Lithuania suggested new branch line of one of the routes of the Mongolian Vector, informs LETA/ELTA.

The country suggested including the Klaipeda State Seaport in the route Ulan Bator-Moscow-Brest.

 

"I hope that Lithuania's striving to connect the route of the train Mongolian Vector to our project Viking will be implemented," said Deputy Minister of Transport and Communications Arijandas Sliupas.

 

Amarjargal Gansukh, Minister, Ministry of Road and Transportation of Mongolia, should conduct a visit to Lithuania on June 3. It is planned to sign the bilateral memorandum of the Lithuania-Mongolia cooperation in the transport sphere.

 

Lithuanian and Mongolian Foreign Ministries held the 4th political consultations on 28 March in Vilnius. The sides discussed issues of bilateral cooperation, relations between the European Union and Mongolia, partnership within the United Nations and other international organizations as well as regional issues, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has informed.

 

The Lithuanian delegation was led by the Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Neris Germanas and the Mongolian delegation was headed by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia Damba Gankhayag.

 

According to Germanas, the potential for bilateral economic cooperation has not yet been fully exploited. The officials shared their opinions on future actions in this area, discussed cooperation in the transport sector and the advancement of bilateral economic relations.

 

Lithuanian and Mongolian diplomats also discussed events in Russia, the situation in Ukraine and Crimea.






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