July 18, 2024


It's Your Education

Mongolia-Italy Intergovernmental Program for cooperation in education, science, and sports signed

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Minister&#13
of Tradition Ch.Nomin, who is on a performing pay a visit to to the Italian Republic, held a&#13
assembly with the country’s Undersecretary of State for Overseas Affairs and&#13
Worldwide Cooperation Manlio Di Stefano on April 19.

At the meeting, the sides&#13
discussed cooperation involving Mongolia and Italy, particularly cultural and&#13
arts cooperation, signed the ‘2022-2025 Intergovernmental System for&#13
cooperation in education and learning, science, and sports’, and agreed to produce a system to&#13
make sure the implementation of the program.

The plan opens up an&#13
opportunity for the two nations to intensify their cooperation in the sectors&#13
of society, schooling, science and sports activities by marketing each other’s heritage and&#13
tradition, by exhibitions, performances, and movie and cultural days, and the&#13
exchange of classical artists, and applying upskilling classes.

The sides also agreed to&#13
cooperate in conducting training and research in the protection of cultural heritage,&#13
archaeology, architecture, organic science, ethnography and anthropology and translating&#13
and publishing classical and modern day literature.

Minister Ch.Nomin gave info&#13
on the New Revival Plan becoming applied by the govt of Mongolia to mitigate&#13
the pandemic’s impact on the country’s overall economy, emphasizing that the government&#13
is giving financial commitment chances value USD 49 billion to local and overseas&#13
traders and there are tasks that can be applied as a result of public and&#13
non-public partnerships.