The ambassador of Cuba in Mongolia, Jorge Ferrer Rodriguez, was received by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon. Ms. B. Battsetseg, at the Chancellery headquarters in a frank, fraternal and friendly atmosphere.
The ambassador thanked the Foreign Minister for her kind words of recognition and confidence in Cuba for its election as President of the Group of 77 plus China and her good wishes for success in carrying out that responsibility.
The Cuban ambassador in Mongolia, Jorge Ferrer, met this week with the Vice Minister of Education and Science, Mr. Ganbayar G, before traveling to the island, presiding the delegation that will attend the International event "Pedagogy 2023"
The Cuban diplomat briefly explained the characteristics of the Cuban educational system and the teaching of medical sciences.
The Cuban ambassador in Mongolia, Jorge Ferrer, meet for the second time at the Embassy with the three new Mongolian students and their parents, who will study at Cuban universities in the 2023 academic year.
The Director of School No. 52 José Martí, Mrs. Tserenkhand Lumben, one of whose students will study medicine on the island, was also present.
The Minister of Education and Science of Mongolia and Parliamentarian, Hon. Mr. Luvsantseren Enkh-AMGALAM received the Cuban ambassador, Jorge Ferrer. The Director of External Relations and Cooperation, Ms. Narantuya Shar, was present.
Both parties discussed Mongolia's participation in the upcoming Pedagogy 2023 international event to be held in Havana from January 30 to February 3 of this year.
H.E. Mr. Munir Akram, Permanent Representative of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to the United Nations;
H.E. Mr. Csaba Körösi, President of the Seventy Seventh Session of the United Nations General Assembly;
H.E. Mr. António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations;
Mr. Mourad Ahmia, Executive Secretary of the Group of 77 and China;
Distinguished permanent representatives and guests;