"We suggested updating our Mongolian counterpart on what we believe are interesting traditions in the sphere of information and military security, defence and environment," said Mr. Rushailo.
He said Russia was also seeking to step up contacts with Mongolia's defence ministry, security bodies, and to intensify military-technological cooperation.
Moreover, the two countries are drafting an inter-government agreement on Russia's gratuitous military assistance to Mongolia in training a special anti-terrorist unit.
The effort against international terrorism also dominated the Ulan Bator talks, according to Mr. Rushailo. The Russian side suggested holding regular discussions on all issues related to international security and efforts to counter new challenges and threats.