The Mongolian official indicated his nation’s intention to take part in the pilot project that Canberra and Tokyo have been running since March 2021 for the extraction of such gas from lignite, mineral coal, during an official meeting with his Japanese counterpart, Fumio Kishida.
According to the goals of the administrations concerned, the plan intends to find greener markets for coal and gas with an expected output of up to 225 thousand tons of clean hydrogen per year with carbon capture and storage.
According to Montsame, Oyun-Erdene and Kishida conversed on a wide variety of global and regional topics as well as the state of their countries’ ties now, their future objectives, and more.
They emphasized the significance of forging solid political ties between Japan and Mongolia, as well as raising the bar for economic, trade, and investment cooperation.
They also talked about the expansion of tourism, regular Japanese airline service to Mongolia, and the ease of obtaining visas for Mongolian nationals visiting Japan.
Oyun-Erdene expressed gratitude to the Japanese government for its ongoing assistance and reaffirmed its dedication to growing the strategic alliance and bilateral collaboration.
The official funeral for Shinzo Abe, who was attacked in July, was attended by his Mongolian counterpart, and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida thanked him for attending.
Similar to the American representative, the Japanese official expressed his delight with the advancements made in improving mutual understanding and collaboration at the regional and worldwide levels.