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Mongolia-Vietnam relations are bilateral relations between Mongolia and Vietnam.
The two countries established diplomatic ties in 1954. The
countries signed a Friendship and Cooperation Treaty in 1961,
renewed it in 1979, and signed a new one in 1995. On
13 January 2003, the countries signed an 8-point cooperative
document committing to cooperation between the two governments and
their legislative bodies, replacing an earlier document signed in
There have been 13 sessions of the Vietnam-Mongolia
inter-governmental committee on cooperation in trade, economics and
sci-tech, with the next to be held in Ulaanbaatar in 2010.
On 25 May 2004 in Ulaanbaatar, the countries signed agreements on
railway transport and scientific and technological cooperation.
agreements have covered areas such as plant protection and
quarantine regulations, customs, health and education.
Vietnamese Presidents Ho Chi Minh and Tran Duc Luong
visited Mongolia in 1955 and 2004 respectively.
Mongolian Presidents P. Orchirabat, N. Enkhbayar and N.
Bagabandi visited Vietnam in 1994, 2002 and 2005
Vietnam's exports to Mongolia have risen from US$2.4m in 2005,
to US$3.3m in 2006 and US$5.7m in 2007.
They are aiming for US$10m of bilateral trade by 2010.
During Nguyen Minh Triet's visit to Mongolia in
October 2008, Vietnam agreed to sell 20,000 tonnes of rice to
The Christina Nobel Children Fund is a charity funding medical
care for street children in the two countries.
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Vietnamese agency reviews
Mongolia ties before president's visit, Hanoi: Vietnam
News Agency, 2000-04-11, http://news.google.com/archivesearch?q=%22Vietnamese+agency+reviews+Mongolia+ties+before+president%27s+visit%22
"Mongolia, Vietnam sign new cooperation
document.", Financial Times, 2003-01-14
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Vietnam, Mongolia aim for
10 million USD in trade, Vietnam News Agency,
"Mongolia, Vietnam sign
transport, scientific, technical cooperation agreements.",
Financial Times, 2004-05-26, http://www.accessmylibrary.com/coms2/summary_0286-21445183_ITM
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Viet Nam – Mongolia
Relations, Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, http://www.mofa.gov.vn/en/cn_vakv/ca_tbd/nr040819103254/ns070817145820
London charity concert
raises fund for Vietnamese children, Vietnam News Agency,