The EFTA States signed a Joint Declaration on Cooperation with Mongolia in Vaduz, Liechtenstein, on 28 June 2007.


The Joint Declaration on Cooperation (JDC) addresses cooperation on trade-related issues such as exchange of information on trade in goods and services, customs and origin matters, technical barriers to trade, intellectual property rights, public procurement markets, competition, and trade and sustainable development. 

Furthermore, the Joint Declaration on Cooperation aims to promote private sector trade and investment cooperation. 

A Joint Committee is established which provides the EFTA States and Mongolia with a forum and a practical framework to review their cooperation, discuss any other issue of mutual interest and formulate appropriate recommendations. 


For EFTA-Mongolia trade statistics, see EFTA Trade Statistics Tool

Seminar on the European Economic Area - Brussels 13 February 2020