Parliamentary journalists trained in South Korea
Ulaanbaatar, March 13 (MONTSAME) Parliamentary journalists and cameramen from some media organizations were involved in a training Tuesday in the Republic of Korea in conjunction with an official visit of Mongolia’s Speaker Z.Enkhbold to the country.
The S.Korean media people, assigned to cover the National Assembly's works (parliament), gave a lecture.Then, in the parliamentary house, its public relations chief Yong Ho Li opened the training, noting he is satisfied with seeing the Mongolia reporters. He also said that a journalist, a main channel for providing people with information and news, must be very responsible and be able to see key point of any matters. It is important to respect all sides in any issue, he added.
The National Assembly runs trainings every quarter for parliamentary journalists.
The trainees also were given a lecture on actions of the S.Korean parliament and its collaboration with the media. There are 1,350 journalists qualified to report parliamentary actions, 100 of them are permitted to enter the Presidential Palace, Mr Li said.
Following the lecture, the journalists visited the Historical Museum of parliament.
Stock exchange news for March 13
Ulaanbaatar, March 13 (MONTSAME) At the Stock Exchange trades held Thursday, a total of 9,145 shares of 33 JSCs were traded costing MNT 18 million 556 thousand and 285.09.
"Hai Bi Oil” /3,000 units/, "Khokh gan" /2,090 units/, "Remikon" /666 units/, "Tavantolgoi” /582 units/ and "Gobi" /520 units/ were the most actively traded in terms of trading volume, in terms of trading value--"Gobi" (MNT three million 484 thousand and 360), "Tavantolgoi " (MNT three million 086 thousand and 665), "Talkh chikher" (MNT two million 072 thousand and 360), "UB BUK" (MNT one million and 950 thousand) and "Hai Bi Oil" (MNT one million and 020 thousand).
The total market capitalization was set at MNT one trillion 673 billion 323 million 061 thousand and 030. The Index of Top-20 JSCs was 16,659.48, increasing by MNT 57.67 or 0.35% against the previous day.
G.Buyanbaatar wins gold in Asian shooting championships
Ulaanbaatar, March 13 (MONTSAME) A Mongolian shooter from the “Avarga” sports club, sports master G.Buyanbaatar has won a gold medal in the 7th Asian air gun championship in Kuwait.
Our shooter competed in the air pistol event for men’s youth division on Wednesday. At the finals, he collected 196.8 points, breaking the Asian record and becoming the very first Mongolian to win gold medal in the Asian championships for youths.
The same day, a vice master of sports from Darkhan-Uul aimag O.Togoldor took 6th place in the event. In teams results, the Mongolians G.Buyanbaatar, O.Togoldor and Sh.Buyanzaya grabbed a bronze medal.
As of today, the national team of Mongolia has captured 14 medals overall in individual and team events of the Asian championships.