ModiMongolia and India on Sunday signed 14 agreements, including an air services agreement and in cyber security, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi held talks with his Mongolian counterpart Chimed Saikhanbileg here.

Modi and Saikhanbileg inked a new bilateral strategic partnership agreement after their talks at the State Palace.

Among the 14 agreements is to set up a cyber security training centre in the Mongolian defence ministry, a MoU in the field of new and renewable energy, and for setting up an India-Mongolia Friendship Secondary School in Mongolia.

Take a look at the key agreements signed between India, Mongolia

1. Joint statement for India-Mongolia strategic partnership.

2. Air services agreement between the government of the Republic of India and the government of Mongolia.

3. Agreement between the government of the Republic of India and the government of Mongolia on cooperation in the field of animal health and dairy.

4 Treaty between the government of the Republic of India and the government of Mongolia on the transfer of sentenced persons.

5. Memorandum of Understanding between the government of the Republic of India and the government of Mongolia on cooperation in the field of traditional systems or medicine and homeopathy.

Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Home Affairs of the Republic of India and the Ministry of Justice of Mongolia for enhancing cooperation in border guarding. Policing and surveillance.

7. Programme of cooperation between the government of the Republic of India and the government of Mongolia in the field of culture for the Years 2015-2018.

8. Memorandum of Understanding between the government of the Republic of India and the government of Mongolia on the establishmeni of cyber security training centre in the Ministry of Defence of Mongolia.

9. Memorandum or Understanding between the foreign service institute of the Ministry of External Affairs of the Republic of India and the diplomatic academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia.

10. Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation between the Ministry of External Affairs of the Republic of India and the Ministry of foreign affairs of Mongolia.

11. Memorandum of Understanding between the ministry of new and renewable energy of the government of the Republic of India and the Ministry of Energy of the government of Mongolia on cooperation in the field of renewable energy.

12. Memorandum of Understanding for Cooperation between the National Security Council of the Republic of India and the National Security Council of Mongolia.

13. Memorandum of Understanding between the government of the Republic of India and the government of Mongolia on the establishment of India-Mongolia Friendship Secondary School in Mongolia

14. Memorandum of Understanding Between Tata Memorial Centre of India and National Cancer Center of Mongolia for Gifting of Bhabhatron-II Terecobalt Unit along with a radiotherapy simulator.

The Mongolian leader said both countries have also agreed to establish a joint investment fund. He said both sides have agreed that Indian and Mongolian companies would cooperate in private public partnership and invest in the Mongolian private sector.

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