Mongolia recommends Northeast Asian countries to hold security dialogue


2017-07-05 17:06 GMT+8

Under the theme “25 years of CICA: For Asian Security and Development”, the second non-governmental forum of Conference on Interaction and Conference-Building Measures in Asia (CICA) took place in Beijing, China on June 28-29. The forum was attended by over 300 delegates including CICA member states, observer states (organizations) and relevant countries in the region and discussed issues such as security situations in Asia, how to achieve common, comprehensive, cooperative and sustainable security in Asia and jointly build the Belt and Road.

Within the framework of the forum, eight roundtable panels focusing on the Asian security situation, the implementation of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, anti-terrorism cooperation, cyberspace security, addressing climate change, financial security, the role of the CICA Non-governmental Forum, and the role of the media. Also, Director of International Relations’ Department of Mongolian Academy of Sciences PhD. J.Baysakh held a discussion on “Northeast Asian Security and Mongolia’s Contribution in the Region” during the roundtable panel on anti-terrorism cooperation.  

“Northeast Asia’s security is still vulnerable. The issues are both bilateral (Japan-Russia, Japan-China, China-Vietnam) and multilateral (China-ASEAN). And the only country in the region without security issues is Mongolia. Using the geographical location and foreign policy potential, Mongolia pursues soft power policy in the region and recommends other countries to use advantageous “neutral position” to hold security talks with other countries in the region” said PhD. J.Baysakh during his presentation.

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