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Mongolia, Kazakhstan to enhance mining cooperation

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Mongolia and Kazakhstan signed a Memorandum of Understanding Friday to boost cooperation in geology, mining and civil aviation.

The document was inked during the 7th meeting of the Intergovernmental Commission between Mongolia and Kazakhstan on Trade, Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation, which was held on March 29-30 in Astana, Kazakhstan, Mongolian Foreign Ministry said.

On mining industry cooperaiton, the two sides agreed to share information, experience and technology, and train professionals together.

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