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      <Volume-Issue>Volume 2 Special Issue IV</Volume-Issue>
      <Season>August 2021</Season>
      <ArticleType>International Relations</ArticleType>
      <ArticleTitle>Indo-Mongolian Relations in Present Era</ArticleTitle>
          <FirstName>Dr Mukesh H.</FirstName>
      <Abstract>At present, there is a good a synergy between Mongolia and India .both country has emerged as a good neighbouring country past to present and they respect each other as part of their foreign policy. Mongolia focuses today on a number of pressing domestic socio-economic issues. Unemployment, poverty, rapid urbanization and the ensuing social displacement pose potential threats to long-term stability and economic prosperity. Moreover, it becomes a more difficult task in the absence of a meaningful regional cooperation framework. India’s new role in East Asia may have far-reaching consequences to the extent of benefiting Mongolia as well so far as issue of regional cooperation is concerned. Mongolia could seek India’s support and recent developments in India-Mongolia ties make it more feasible. India, as a close friend and considered by Mongolia as its spiritual neighbour, would like to see Mongolia flourish and prosper in building and strengthening democratic traditions and institutions, apart from its economic and developmental achievements. Ever since Mongolia become independent till now 2021, they have been cooperate each other in all issue of bilateral and multilateral but another thing it does not mean that Mongolia does not have relation with other countries they have because of its geo-political condition and its own national interest. Most important thing relation with India both bind up with Buddhism, historically and culturally and they continued to build relation based on.</Abstract>
      <Keywords>Cultural,Historical,Economic,Security council,Defence,Cyber Security,Military,Foreign policy,Trade,Terrorism,Bilateral,India,Mongolia</Keywords>
        <Abstract>https://ejsss.net.in/ubijournal-v1copy/journals/abstract.php?article_id=13224&amp;title=Indo-Mongolian Relations in Present Era</Abstract>
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