Issues of Japan's assistance and support for Mongolia
Keywords:Official Development Assistance, ODA, Japan, grant aid, loan aid, technical cooperation,
AbstractThrough assistance to developing countries (Official Development Assistance (ODA)), Japan has contributed to the resolution of many evolving challenges which Japan and international community face. Japan’s assistance to Mongolia is implemented from a viewpoint that economic development and humanitarian assistance in Mongolia will contribute to peace and prosperity in the region and the world. When Mongolia moved towards systematic transformation in 1990, prospects for sharing values such as freedom, democracy and market economy brightened. Japan started extensive bilateral assistance hoping that the success of systematic transformation and economic development in Mongolia would contribute to peace and stability in Asia and the world and that Mongolia would become a friendly nation of Japan. The relation between Mongolia and Japan have become expending to a new level from 1990, and become “Comprehensive partnership level” from 1997, progressed to “Strategic partnership level” from 2010 and “Economic partnership” cooperation level has come from 2015.
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