The head of the Mongolian state, Natsagiyn Bagabandi, has issued a decree on supporting the creation of an international anti-terrorist coalition, reported the press service of the Mongolian President on Friday. The document expressed Mongolia's readiness to make its contribution to the activity of the coalition in the legal, financial and military spheres, and also through secret services. The country's Council of Ministers should take all the necessary measures to implement decisions of the United Nations' Security Council on combating international terrorism, points out the decree. The Mongolian government has also been instructed to render assistance in combating terrorism to all the states in case they ask for it, and in the face of such a situation the country's legislative acts should be regulated.
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