Date: 10 months ago   Category: Energy

Mongolia has asked for Russia the credit of 100 billion rubles for implementation of power projects — Rambler News Service


Photo: Pixabay Mongolia has asked for the Government of the Russian Federation the credit on favorable terms of 100 billion rubles for implementation of energy projects, the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Alexey Gordeev following the results of a working meeting with the Deputy Prime Minister of Mongolia of Ulziysaykhana Enkhtuvshinom has reported. Gordeev and Enkhtuvshin are cochairmen of the Russian-Mongolian inter-governmental commission. In particular, Mongolia expects to aim proceeds of credit at the development and modernization of CHPP-3 and CHPP-4 in Ulaanbaatar. "Ulziysaykhana Enkhtuvshin has requested providing financial support and allocation of a soft loan of 100 billion rubles for further implementation of joint projects in power, including development and modernization of the CHPP-3 and CHPP-4 located in Ulaanbaatar" — have noted in the press service of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation. Participants of a meeting have also discussed the course of implementation of the program of creation of an economic corridor of Russia-Mongolia-China, having allocated from more than 30 drafts of the program three of the main for prime realization — in the field of tourism, culture and environmental protection. In the field of transport cooperation as a priority modernization and development of the Central railway corridor (in particular, expansion of a roadbed), a statement by the Russian side of the agreement on conditions of transit transportation of goods by rail (the document will come into force already in the next few days), use of the Far East ports of the Russian Federation for export of the Mongolian production and others is determined. Russia has in return agreed on the text of the agreement on joint advance of an economic corridor, at approval of the Chinese side the document, perhaps, will be signed already at the next East economic forum.

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