Mongolian and Chinese anti-corruption authorities have signed an anti-corruption cooperation document, said the Mongolian anti-corruption agency.
The document was signed Thursday during the visit of a Chinese delegation headed by Qu Wanxiang, deputy head of the National Bureau of Corruption Prevention of China. The document allows exchange of information, delivery of technical assistance and training of specialists under the framework of the UN Convention Against Corruption.
Chmgeeggiin Sangaragchaa, chairman of the Mongolian anti-corruption agency, said: "We are successfully starting our cooperation with China on fighting corruption. Our specialists attended training in China on research and analysis for anti-corruption investigation, organization and management of anti-corruption agency. I have firm confidence in successful cooperation between our two agencies."