High level officials from the Ministries and government organizations of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar are learning practices from Mongolia, as invited by the International Cooperation Fund of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia from June 6th to June 10th.
The Ministry has organized a seminar “Role of Civil Service and democratic transition of Mongolia” to present to the guests about gained experiences and challenges faced in developing and strengthening democracy in Mongolia, state organizations’ structures, and reforms in the legal frame. Over ten corresponding officials from the Office of the President, Secretariat of the Parliament, Constitutional Court of Mongolia, National Human Rights Commission and related ministries have given presentations.
Minister for Foreign affairs of Mongolia L.Purevsuren met with Deputy Director-General of the Political Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Myanmar Mr Soe Lynn Han (Head of the delegates) and other senior officials. Minister noted that Mongolia is ready to help and share experiences with Myanmar its democratic transition and challenges.
In his opening remarks, State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs D.Gankhuyag remarked that Mongolia chose the path to democracy 26 years ago and made profound transformations and enormous changes in every sector. He gave some details on Mongolia actively contribute to the promotion of democracy to other regional countries.