Ulan Bator: India and Mongolia inked 14 agreements, including an air services agreement and in cyber security, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi held talks with his Mongolian counterpart Chimed Saikhanbileg here on Sunday.

Modi and Saikhanbileg inked a new bilateral Strategic Partnership agreement after their talks at the State Palace.

Among the 14 agreements is to set up a cyber security training centre in the Mongolian defence ministry, a MoU in the field of new and renewable energy, and for setting up an India-Mongolia Friendship Secondary School in Mongolia.

Both sides inked an air services agreement and on the transfer of sentenced prisoners.