Senior Chinese and Mongolian officials pledged to deepen bilateral cooperation on energy and infrastructure during a meeting in Beijing on Friday.
"China-Mongolia relations have developed smoothly since the two countries forged diplomatic ties 60 years ago, featuring increasing political mutual trust and frequent high-level visits, " said Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan at a meeting with his Mongolian counterpart Miegombyn Enkhbold.
Enkhbold was here to attend the 11th meeting of the Sino-Mongolian Joint Commission of Trade and Economy.
Wang acknowledged that the Chinese and Mongolian economies are complementary and have a great potential for cooperation. The two economies have seen closer cooperation in such sectors as trade, investment and finance.
China and Mongolia should make joint effort to overcome the impacts of the global financial crisis, said Wang. He stressed that the two countries should also continue to create better environments for investment and trade between Chinese and Mongolian enterprises.
Enkhbold said Mongolia firmly adhered to the one-China policy and supported China's stance on issues relating to Taiwan and Tibet. He also called for enhanced cooperation in economy and trade between Mongolia and China.