Russia, China, Mongolia agree to boost cross-border tourism

A locomotive at the front of a train en route Lanzhou to Hohhot

A locomotive at the front of a train en route Lanzhou to Hohhot

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Agreements worth $220 million signed by the three countries.

Russia, China and Mongolia signed 10 cooperation agreements to boost cross-border tourism and trade, Xinhua reported.

The agreements worth $220 million were signed during the first China-Mongolia Expo, which opened in Hohhot, capital of China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, according to the report.

The three countries agreed to promote cross-border tourism, train tourism personnel and construct hotels and resorts. 

They also agreed to increase connectivity between Hohhot, Ulaan Baatar, Ulan-Ude and Irkutsk, according to the report. 

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