File photo taken on April 11, 2013 shows the then Mongolian Prime Minister Norov Altanhuyag (L) and the then Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan inspecting the guards of honor during a welcome ceremony in Ulan Bator, capital of Mongolia. (Xinhua/Shi Yongchun)
ULAN BATOR, May 13 (Xinhua) -- Mongolia is willing to further expand legal cooperation with Turkey, especially in the field of prosecution, the parliament's press office said Sunday.
This was underlined by Enkh-Amgalan Luvsantseren, deputy speaker of the Mongolian Parliament, in a recent meeting with a Turkish delegation led by Deputy Chief Public Prosecutor Halil Adiguzel in Ulan Bator, it said.
Over the past four years, more than 90 Mongolian prosecutors have participated in short-term training in Turkey, the deputy speaker said.
Adiguzel, for his part, said Turkey is ready to work with Mongolia and share its experiences in fighting against corruption, economic crimes and transnational organized crimes.
Cooperation between Mongolia and Turkey has been expanding in all sectors in recent years. The two countries will celebrate the 3000th anniversary of the establishment of their diplomatic relations in 2019.