Bulgarian-Mongolian Treaty of 1967 on Friendship and Cooperation

Bulgarian-Mongolian Treaty of 1967 on Friendship and Cooperation

 

signed in Ulan Bator on July 21 by T. Zhivkov, first secretary of the Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party and chairman of the Council of Ministers of the People’s Republic of Bulgaria, and G. Traikov, president of the Presidium of the Bulgarian People’s Assembly, for Bulgaria, and Ij. Tsedenbal, first secretary of the Central Committee of the Revolutionary Mongol People’s Party and chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Mongolian People’s Republic, and Zh. Sambu, chairman of the Presidium of the Great People’s Assembly of Mongolia, for Mongolia.

The Bulgarian-Mongolian Treaty of 1967 was concluded for 20 years. Both parties pledged to strengthen friendship between the Mongolian and Bulgarian peoples, develop all-around cooperation and fraternal mutual assistance between the two countries, and develop and deepen economic, scientific, and technological cooperation on a bilateral basis and within the framework of multilateral cooperation between socialist countries, as well as within the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance. The two states agreed to adopt all measures to strengthen further the power, unity, and cohesion of the world socialist commonwealth and consult each other on all major international questions affecting their interests. The treaty points out that the two parties will actively participate in measures to strengthen peace and friendship among peoples, prevent and eliminate imperialist aggression, achieve universal and total disarmament, and eliminate colonialism completely.

PUBLICATIONS

Rabotnichesko delo, July 23, 1967.
Unen Sonion, 1967, no. 204.
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