Ulaanbaatar/MONTSAME/ Ts.Batbayar, Mongolia’s Ambassador to the Republic of Cuba, met with Rafael Manso Reyes, President of the Cuban National Judo Federation, on May 11, 2018.

Ambassador Batbayar visited the ‘Cerro Pelado’ sports complex, where athletes of the Cuban National team are trained.

Mr.Rafael Manso Reyes, President of the Cuban National Judo Federation, and Mrs.Marta Lidia Ruiz, Head of the Foreign Relations Department of the National Institute of Sport, Physical Education, and Recreation of Cuba, welcomed the Ambassador Ts.Batbayar at the National Institute and exchanged views on further cooperation.

Both sides agreed to work together to organize joint training of the Mongolian and Cuban National judo teams in near future, to exchange athletes and coaches and to send athletes to the competitions organized in the countries.

  • Published in Sports

Agreement on mutual recognition of education certificates signed between Mongolia and Cuba

The Mongolian Minister for Education, Culture, Science and Sports G.Chuluunbaatar and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Cuba to Mongolia Raul Delgado Consepcion signed the Agreement on Mutual Acknowledgement of Tertiary Education Certification and Degrees between the Government of Mongolia and the Government of the Republic of Cuba.

In accordance with the intergovernmental agreement, the authorities of the two countries will acknowledge each other’s educational certificates and degrees, so that professionals can continue their studies in both countries.

Educational cooperation takes up a great place in the bilateral ties. Since 1960, the Cuban government has been granting scholarships for Mongolian students. A report shows that 140 Mongolian students have received the Cuban Government scholarship grants since 1994. Aside from the dominating number of students specializing in medical science in Cuba, Mongolian students also pursue studies in industry, sports and social studies.

  • Published in Cuba
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