Joint research to be launched with Nagoya University

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ On March 20, the Ministry of Environment, Green Development and Tourism of Mongolia and Nagoya University of Japan signed a memorandum on launching joint research. The memorandum was signed by State Secretary of the Ministry of Environment Ts.Tsengel and Vice President of Nagoya University Katsuya Ichihashi.

State Secretary Ts.Tsengel remarked “It is a pleasure that a new opportunity has been made available for Mongolian specialists in the environmental field to be trained at the Nagoya University, which has a history of 140 years. Learning from Japanese culture and creative and diligent mindset of the Japanese people, the joint research will certainly contribute to the development of Mongolia”.

Katsuya Ichihashi, Vice President of Nagoya University signified the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Mongolia and Japan and noted “Our university has collaborated with Mongolian universities numerous times in the past. The establishment of a field research center with the Mongolian National University of Science and Technology in 2009 is a fine example. By signing this memorandum with the Ministry of Environment of Mongolia, the friendly relations of the two countries will definitely expand further”.