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Japan-Mongolia Environment Policy Dialogue PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ulaanbaatar correspondent   
Thursday, 25 January 2007

JapanThe Ministry of the Environment of Japan will hold a "Japan-Mongolia EnvironmentPolicy Dialogue" on January 30 (Tuesday) to exchange information concerning theenvironment in Japan and Mongolia and to examine a direction for environmental cooperation between the two countries.

In March 2006, Prime Minister Enkhbold of Mongolia visited Japan and had asummit meeting with then Prime Minister Koizumi. In the joint press statement thatfollowed, the launch of the policy dialogue between the two countries was stated as anissue to be examined. In August the same year, then Prime Minister Koizumi visitedMongolia and made an announcement during the summit meeting with Prime MinisterEnkhbold that he wanted to strengthen environmental cooperation with Mongolia.Furthermore, on August 22, 2006, Vice-Minister for Global Environmental AffairsKojima visited Mongolia and had a meeting with Minister of Nature and EnvironmentErdenebaatar. They agreed to hold Director-level Policy Dialogues on the Environmenton a continual basis. As a result of this agreement, the MOE came to hold the Japan-Mongolia Environment Policy Dialogue at this time.

Main Participants

  • (Japan) Mr. Minamikawa, General Director of the Global Environment Bureau, Mr. Kometani, Director of the Environment Cooperation Office
  • (Mongolia) Mr. Enkhbat, Director of Sustainable Development and StrategicPlanning DepartmentMr. Batsaikhan, Deputy Director of Environment and Nature Resources DepartmentMr. Jigjid, Ambassador in Japan

Agenda Items

  1. Environmental Policy and Problems in Japan and Mongolia.
  2. Present Condition and Future Action of Environmental Cooperation betweenJapan and Mongolia.
  3. Ripple Effects of Cooperation between Japan and Mongolia on Mongolian Environmental Policy

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