Land-Lock Countries Meetup:Mongolia and Switzerland

Land-Lock Countries Meetup:Mongolia and Switzerland

Mongolia is the second largest landlocked country after Kyrgyzstan. It is part of Central Asia. It has the border joined with Russia with the political system of Parliament being the highest authority. It has been founded by Genghis Khan, the ruler with metal. He is put in high regard because of the bravery he brought in the region, making the Mongols daring naturally.

The Switzerland has similarities with Mongolia, at first in term of being a parliamentary republic too. The second resemblance is in the geographic as the Switzerland is a land lock country too. Being part of Central Europe, it was initially called Swiss during the 16th century. The word is derived from French Suisse, and the overall name had a lot of changes till Switzerland became the final word used for this part of the world. It comes under the league of developed countries, as a number of developing countries great leaders have their black money put in the accounts here safe and sound.

Hence a combination of two countries from different continents had a meet up together for co-lateral benefits. As according to authorities at Mongolia, the meeting is expected to bring in improvements in areas of politics, humanitarian, art and development sector. It is not the first time that these two countries have joined hand, rather it has been 50 years since the diplomatic relations have been bonded together.

A number of events are expected to be organized in the two countries which will involve cultural exchanges, exhibitions and industrial co-operation. There is high expectation for the trade and economic improvement in near future especially for Mongolia.

The step is expected to make the position of Switzerland more secure, in the Organization For Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and there are other undisclosed advantages yet to explore for Switzerland that only time will tell.

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