The delegation of the Russian Justice ministry arrived on Tuesday in Ulan-Bator on an official visit at the invitation of Mongolian interior and justice minister Tsendiyn Namdorj. The delegation is headed by first deputy minister Vyacheslav Yevdokimov, reported the press service of the Mongolian justice ministry. The sides are going to discuss questions pertaining to the development of cooperation between the justice bodies of the two countries. The Russian delegation will hold talks with the minister and other top officials of the interior and justice ministry of Mongolia, will meet with prosecutor general, chief judge and chairman of the standing committee on legislation of the country's government. The delegation is also planning to visit the state centre of registration and information of the Mongolian justice ministry, the Mongolian state university and the institute of law, departments of intellectual property, registration of real estate, and bailiffs as well as the country's national archive.