Deputy Minister Lang also took part in the 2019 Poland-Mongolia Business Forum, organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH). The forum was attended by several dozen companies from both countries. Deputy Minister Lang and Vice-President of PAIH Krzysztof Senger also took part in the official inauguration of a Foreign Trade Office.
Tied aid loan granted in 2017 amounting to EUR 50 million pursuant to an intergovernmental agreement is an important instrument of supporting Polish business on the Mongolian market. One of the projects that were implemented using the loan funds was the purchase by the Mongolian Rescue Agency of 14 fire engines delivered by a Polish manufacturer. Deputy Minister Maciej Lang symbolically handed over the equipment, which will serve the Mongolian National Emergency Management Agency. Deputy Minister Maciej Lang discussed the prospects of implementing other projects as part of the tied aid loan agreement with Mongolia’s Deputy Finance Minister Khurelbaatar Bulgantuya.
During his visit, Undersecretary of State Maciej Lang met with Secretary of the Mongolian National Security Council, Mr. Gansukh Amarjargal, and representatives of Ulaanbaatar municipal authorities. He also visited the Centre for Children with Disabilities – a pioneer project for Mongolia that supports people with Down syndrome, implemented thanks to Polish Aid funds.
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