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“We tried to formalise the agreements, reached on the sidelines of the Shanghai summit. I’m satisfied that we could resume the dialogue between the Security Councils of our countries,” the secretary of Russia’s Security Council, Nikolai Patrushev has said.
He commented on the results of his June 3-4 trip to Mongolia that had preceded the visit to China.
“Mongolia is our neighbour and the major strategic partner. This is conditioned by the common economic interests, close relations between people and common positions on key global issues,” Patrushev said on Friday.
“Based on this approach we’ll be able to determine further ways for cooperation for the sake of regional security and stability,” he said.
“Our cooperation within the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) is our promising trend,” Patrushev said.