Friday, April 25, 2014

Mongolia Brief April 25, 2014



FM L.Bold to Visit Belarus
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia L.Bold is expected to pay a working visit to Belarus on May 2, reported on belta.by official website April 24.

While in Belarus the FM L.Bold will meet with representatives of the Belarus government, the Foreign Ministry, the Industry Ministry, and the Agriculture and Food Ministry. The sides will discuss prospects of advancing relations between Mongolia and Belarus, possible avenues of bilateral cooperation in politics, trade, economy, science, and humanitarian affairs as well as topical items on the international agenda.


NAMBC Meeting Held
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) The 24th meeting of the North America-Mongolia Business Council was held on April 22-23 in Ottawa, Canada with participation of O.Erdenebulgan, the Mongolia’s Vice Minister of Mining; Susan Gregson, the Canada’s Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development; and Brian Ervine, an official from the Canada’s Ministry.
It also brought together about 50 business delegates and state servants from Mongolia, USA and Canada.
Mr Erdenebulgan delivered a key speech at the meeting, introducing a reform policy by the Mongolia’s cabinet for reforms and its actions. He talked about reforms in the mining sector, a new policy on foreign investment and sustainable environment for them as well.
A former Ambassador of the USA to Mongolia Ms Pamela J. H. Slutz gave a report concerning a present economic development of Mongolia; and a former Ambassador of Canada to Mongolia Ms Anna Biolik reported about the Mongolia-Canada relations and cooperation.
The participants delivered reports and exchanged views on the commercial and economic cooperation between Mongolia and North America, investment opportunities and exploitation of mining and mineral resources.
Following the meeting, the Vice Minister Mr Erdenebulgan; and an executive director of the SECOR consulting firm Vindu Harris signed a cooperation memorandum between the Mongolian Mining Ministry and the SECOR.
In accordance with the document, the parties will collaborate in supporting a sustainable development of the mining sector, improving professional skills of mining experts and sharing experience.    


“Premier’s 30 Minutes” Meeting Held
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) The Prime Minister N.Altankhuyag introduced a draft plan called “100 days for economic intense” at the “PM’s 30 minutes” weekly meeting ran Thursday.
For the time being, the cabinet plans to realize specific works to back national producers, to increase the industries of mining and mineral sectors, to intensify the sectors of construction-industry and infrastructure, to improve the local infrastructure and economic capability and to attract foreign investments, the Premier said.
The Premier reported that the biggest projects on roads and construction works will be intensified in accordance with their graphics, and added money has been allotted from the “Chingis” bonds to a fund for small- and middle-sized productions in order to reduce a pressure over raising capitals for the 888 projects on import-substitution industries. A permanent council has been set up to monitor performance and correlation of the 100-day works for intensifying the economy, he said.   


Standing Committee Approves Discussion of Minister’s Dismissal at Parliament
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 /MONTSAME/ A meeting of the parliamentary Standing Committee on Justice agreed Thursday to discuss a proposed dismiss of Justice Minister Kh.Temuujin at a parliamentary session on Friday.
On April 7, O.Baasankhuu MP submitted a request of that dismissal of Justice Minister Kh.Temuujin on several alleged grounds including increased crimes nationwide since the latter took the current office.
The Standing Committee on Justice began to discuss the issue on April 14 at a closed meeting to leave it for Thursday’s next meeting. On Thursday, a majority of committee members present backed a proposal to discuss the matter at a parliamentary session which is expected to take place this Friday.


Parliament Discussing Samurai Bonds Spending
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) A parliamentary session on Friday is discussing a draft resolution on ‘measures to intensify the economy’.
Having been submitted on April 18 with a request to be discussed in urgent manner, the above draft resolution was expected to be discussed at Thursday’s session. However, as MPs wanted to ask overwhelming numbers of questions on the matter, the discussion was postponed to Friday’s session.
Following the draft resolution, O.Baasankhuu MP’s proposal to dismiss the Justice Minister is expected to be discussed at the session. The agenda of Friday’s session also includes a draft law to amend the law on the Government of Mongolia and draft resolution on Government’s policies on medicine that were submitted by S.Demberel, A.Bakei, R.Gonchigdorj, D.Lundeejantsan, Su.Batbold and N.Battsereg MPs.
The afternoon session on the same day will hear responses to inquiries on capital sources and spending of Samurai Bonds listed by the Mongolian Government at Japan’s financial market. The inquiries were addressed to the Finance Minister from D.Oyunkhorol and J.Erdenebat MPs.


Standing Committee Head Meets ADB Delegation
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) Head of the parliamentary Standing committee on social policy, education, culture and science D.Battsogt Thursday received a delegation led by Mr Robert Schoellhammer, country director of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for Mongolia.
The delegation included Asako Maruyama, an educational expert of the ADB on urban development and social sector; L.Itgel, a senior expert at the ADB Permanent Representative Office; and Ch.Narantsatsral, a project coordinator.
Beginning the meeting, Mr Schoellhammer reported that the ADB intends to collect information for implementing the “Skills for Employment” project, and then introduced to the Standing committee head this project.
“The project aims to support ongoing reforms to establish a market-responsive, and competency-based technical and vocational education and training (TVET) system for the agriculture, construction and road-transportation sectors in Mongolia. It has been proposed to give a financing of USD 25 million for the project from the ADB,” Mr Schoellhammer said. As the project’s result, the system of vocational training will be formed in harmony with needs of labour market at these three fields, he added.
The project actions will focus on developing industry-driven TVET system in priority sectors; upgrading selected TVET providers in the priority sectors to implement Competency Based Training & Assessment (CBT&A); upgrading skills of TVET teachers and managers in the selected TVET providers; implementing pre-vocational training programs for selected trades and occupations in secondary and special education schools; and establishing effective project management, Mr Schoellhammer said.
In response, Mr Battsogt appreciated the well-timed project which is to be realized for vocational training, and pledged to support this project.
Total expense of the project has been estimated at USD 31.61 million. Money of USD 25 million will be granted from the ADB as a soft-loan, and the rest will be financed from the government.    


Japan’s Minister for Transportation and Tourism to Visit
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) The Minister for Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan Mr Akihiro Ota will pay a visit to Mongolia on April 26-29.
In frames of the upcoming visit, a delegation headed by the Japan’s Minister will hold official talks with A.Gansukh, the Mongolian Minister of Road and Transportation to share issues of the Mongolia-Japan cooperation in the road and transportation sectors. After the talks, the Ministries will establish a cooperation memorandum.
By the visiting programme, the Japanese delegation will get au fait with construction works of a new international airport which is being built in Khoshigt valley, Tov aimag.  


Banks Refinance Housing Loans of 518.5 Billion Togrog
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) Commercial banks have received low interest mortgage loan applications totaling one trillion togrog.
After a careful consideration over the new requests, the banks decided to grant mortgage totaling one trillion 23.7 billion togrog to 18 thousand 300 applicants.
Since commencing the annual 8% mortgage program last June, the banks have received requests to refund already awarded housing loans of 845.9 billion togrog, which have been delivered under the Government program to stabilize the mortgage system of the nation. Refunding requests for the loans totaling 518.5 billion from 18 thousand 162 citizens have been approved by the commercial banks. 


MAS to Cooperate with Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) The Mongolian Academy of Sciences and the Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg of German have established a cooperation agreement.
This document was inked by the two sides on last Thursday.
The sides intend to conduct scientific researches, to launch teachers and scientists exchange programs, to share related books and scientific magazines and to organize jointly scientific meetings and open days.
At the event, the President of Mongolian Academy of Sciences B.Enkhtuvshin said that he is glad for establishment of cooperation agreement in frames of this historical year to celebrate the 40th year anniversary of the diplomatic relations establishment between Mongolia and German.
Since 1991, the two countries have been running cooperation in scientific sector and conducting joint researches with successes.


Here to Launch Campaign for Healthy Workplaces
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) A monthly campaign to promote healthy workplaces is to open at Training and Information Center of the Health Ministry on April 28.
The campaign was initiated by the National Social Health Center and the Mongolian Employers’ Confederation within a celebration of the World Day for Safety and Health at Work (April 28) that promotes healthy workplaces. The organizers of the campaign - the Health Ministry, the Human Development and Social Protection Ministry, the Labor Ministry, the World Health Organization and the International Health Organization - will series of panel discussions themed work and health issues to promote a comprehensive approach to health, safety, and wellness in the workplace.
According to WHO's Healthy Workplace Framework, a healthy workplace is one in which workers and managers collaborate to use a continual improvement process to protect and promote the health, safety and well-being of workers and the sustainability of the workplace by considering the following, based on identified needs of health and safety concerns in the physical work environment; health, safety and well-being concerns in the psychosocial work environment including organization of work and workplace culture; personal health resources in the workplace; ways of participating in the community to improve the health of workers, their families and other members of the community.
The International Labor Organization marks the World Day for Safety and Health at Work on the 28th of April to promote the prevention of occupational accidents and diseases globally. It is an awareness-raising campaign intended to focus international attention on emerging trends in the field of occupational safety and health and on the magnitude of work-related injuries, diseases and fatalities worldwide. In many parts of the world, national authorities, trade unions, employers' organizations and safety and health practitioners organize activities to celebrate this date. We invite you to join us in celebrating this significant day and share with us the activities you organize.
This year's theme is: “Safety and Health in the use of chemicals at work”.


Mongolian Teenager to Attend Asian Disaster Risk Reduction Conference
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) E.Purevsuren, a mid-schooler in northern Hovsgol province, has been selected to attend the 6th Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction that is taking place on June 22-26.
Some 3,000 experts including government ministers from 50 Asian countries are to meet in Bangkok, to discuss the disaster-prone region’s final inputs into a new global agreement on disaster risk reduction to replace the existing Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA).

They will be hosted by the Royal Thai government from June 22 to 26 and it will be the last Asian Ministerial Conference to discuss disaster risk before governments meet at the 3rd World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Sendai, Japan, in March 2015, to adopt a new global agreement.
Asia is the most affected region in the world when it comes to all natural hazards. It is also one of the most advanced and experienced in the implementation of disaster risk reduction policies.
The 6th Asian Ministerial Conference for Disaster Risk Reduction is a biennial event. Previous hosts were Beijing, People’s Republic of China (2005); New Delhi, Republic of India (2007); Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2008); Incheon, Republic of Korea (2010); and Yoyakarta, Republic of Indonesia (2012).


Turkey’s Children’s Day Celebrated in Ulaanbaatar
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) In celebration of the National Sovereignty and Children’s Day of Turkey (April 23), Ambassador of Turkey to Mongolia Murat Karagoz on Wednesday spent time with pupils and teachers from the school no. 5 named after Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.
Receiving school representatives in his Embassy, the Turkish Ambassador talked with the children about Turkey, and asked them what they want to be when they grow up. He also transferred his office for a short time to a child who wants to be an ambassador in the future. The provisional ambassador expressed willingness to organize events aimed at relationship between children of the two countries.
The same day, Mr Karagoz awarded winners of essay-writing and drawing competitions, and saw performances of best talented schoolers, before watching with guests a travel documentary film ‘Istanbul Unveiled’ by Levent Ayasli and Serif Yenen at Orgoo-2 cinema.
National Sovereignty and Children’s Day is an official holiday in Turkey. Government offices, schools and most businesses are closed on this day. Public transport routes may vary in the event of street performances.
Solemn ceremonies and children’s festivals take place throughout Turkey on National Sovereignty and Children’s Day, held on April 23 each year. Children take seats in the Turkish Parliament and symbolically govern the country for one day.
Many people in Turkey commemorate the first gathering of the Grand National Assembly (the Turkish Parliament), which took place on April 23, 1920, by attending local ceremonies or laying wreaths at monuments of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder of the Turkish Republic. The biggest ceremony takes place at the Ataturk Mausoleum in Ankara.


Khoroo to Deliver Registration-Related Services
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) The khoroo no. 15 of Bayanzurkh district of Ulaanbaatar launched on Thursday a delivering of several services related to the state registration to their residents.
These services include registration inquiries of marriage, divorce, birth certificate and address change.
As a part of ‘Smart Ulaanbaatar’ program, public services related with citizen registration began to be transferred to khoroos or smallest administrative units in Ulaanbaatar since this Thursday.
Ahead of this transfer, Ulaanbaatar Mayor E.Bat-Uul had concluded a memorandum of understanding with the chief of State Registration Authority to enable citizens to receive basic services related with state registration in their khoroos in the capital city.
Some khoroos of the city will be connected to relevant networks in optical fiber cable to render five services linked to state registration to residents.


New Yokozuna Kakuryu on East Side
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) Newly promoted Mongolian-born yokozuna Kakuryu took his place on the east side as the Japan Sumo Association on Thursday released the rankings for the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament.
This news was published on japantimes.co.jp, same day.
Kakuryu, whose birth name is Mangaljalav Anand, starts the May 11-25 basho in Tokyo as sumo's 71st yokozuna. He is the first to attain the top rank since compatriot Harumafuji did so at the 2012 Autumn basho.
With Mongolia's Hakuho also on the east side and Harumafuji on the west, the meet will be the first ever to feature three foreign-born grand champions.
It will also be the first time three yokozuna will be competing since Akebono, Musashimaru and Takanohana did so at the 2001 New Year Basho.


Mongolian Wrestler to Participate Sumo Tournament in Bishkek
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) The Sports Palace in Bishkek will host a sumo tournament on April 27, reported on Japanese Embassy in Kyrgyzstan official website, April 24.
The event will be attended by specially invited wrestlers from Mongolian Munkh-Orgil Erdenesukh and Japanese Sakae Ichikawa.
A workshop for young sumo wrestlers of Kyrgyzstan is planned to be held as well.
The event is organized by the Embassy of Japan under the support of the State Agency of Physical Culture and Sports, and Sumo Association of Kyrgyzstan.


Ims D.Khuderbulga, Men’s 97 Kg (Mongolia) Grabs Gold Medal from 2014 Senior Asian Championships
April 25 (infomongolia.com) The 2014 Senior Asian Championships in Greco-Roman, Freestyle and Female Wrestling are being held in Astana, Kazakhstan on April 23-27, 2014.
In this Asian Championships 16 nations are competing including China, India, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, South Korea, Mongolia, North Korea, Qatar, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Taipei Chinese, Uzbekistan and Vietnam.
Championships
On the first day, April 23, Mongolian 5 wrestlers have competed and everyone achieved a medal, namely Silver by B.Shoovdor in the Women’s 58 kg, Silver by IMS D.Tsogtbaatar, Men’s 57 kg, Bronze by B.Batmagnai, Men’s 65 kg, Bronze by IMS O.Uitumen, Men’s 86 kg and Silver by IMS N.Zolboo in the Men’s 125 kg.
On the second day, April 24, Mongolian 5 wrestlers have competed and 4 medals were grabbed, most notably an Asian Champion was born in the Men’s 97 kg by IMS Dorjkhand KHUDERBULGA. This is Mongolia’s 24th Gold medal from Asian Championships. As of other medals, N.Lkhamgarmaa won Bronze in the Men’s 61 kg, Silver by IMS P.Unurbat, Men’s 74 kg and another Silver by IMS E.Narangerel, Women’s 48 kg that makes a total of 1 Gold, 2 Silver and 1 Bronze. The only athlete, IMS B.Batzorig, Men’s 70 kg could not achieve any medal in his division.
After second day of the 2014 Senior Asian Championships, all Men’s competitions have been concluded and by Medal Table Rank, the Team of Iran leads with total of 6 Gold medals and no Bronze and Silver; the second ranked is Kazakhstan with 2 Gold, 1 Silver and 2 Bronze, followed by Mongolia (1+5+3), Japan (1+0+4), India (0+1+2), Kyrgyzstan (0+1+2), North Korea (0+1+1), Tajikistan (0+1+1), Uzbekistan (0+0+3), China (0+0+1) and South Korea (0+0+1).
As of Men’s Team Ranking, an absolute Champion - Iran stood in the first with 70 points, followed by Mongolia (63), Kazakhstan (51), Uzbekistan (41), Japan (40), Kyrgyzstan (37), Tajikistan (32), India (29), China (28) and South Korea Team stood in the 10th place with 19 points respectively.
Today, April 25, Women’s 53 kg (IMS E.Davaachimeg), 55 kg (IMS P.Orkhon), 60 kg (IMS S.Tserenchimed), 63 kg (IMS B.Nyamgerel) and 69kg (IMS Sh.Tumentsetseg) weight divisions will be held and on April 26 Women’s 75 kg (G.Urtnasan), also Greco-Roman tournaments in 59 kg, 71 kg and 85 kg will take place.
On the last day, April 27, Greco-Roman tournaments in 66 kg, 75 kg, 80 kg, 98 kg, and 130 kg will be held.
Medal Placement, 2014 Senior Asian Championships in Greco-Roman, Freestyle and Female Wrestling, first two days
Women's Freestyle - 48kg
1. Tatyana AMANZHOL (KAZ)
2. NARANGEREL Erdenesukh (MGL)
3. Noriyuki TAKATSUKA (JPN)
3. Yuimi LEE (KOR)
Women's Freestyle - 58kg
1. Risako KIWAI (JPN)
2. SHOOVDOR Baatarjav (MGL)
3. Dhanda POOJA (IND)
3. HAN KUM (PRK)
Men's Freestlye - 57kg
1. Rasul KALIEV (KAZ)
2. DAMDINBAZAR Tsogtbaatar (MGL)
3. Samat NADYPBEKUULU (KGZ)
3. Fumitaka MORISHITA (JPN)
Men's Freestyle - 61kg
1. Masoud ESMAEL POUR (IRI)
2. Bajneesh BAJRANG (IND)
3. Daulet NIAZBEKOV (KAZ)
3. NARMANDAKH Lhamgarmaa (MGL)
Men's Freestyle - 65kg
1. Mohammady SEEID AHMAD (IRI)
2. Jin Hyok KANG (PRK)
3. BATCHULUUN Batmangai (MGL)
3. Furkat FARMANOV (UZB)
Men's Freestyle - 70kg
1. Hosinkhary MOSTAFA (IRI)
2. Somirsho VOKHIDOV (TJK)
3. Ken HOSAKA (JPN)
3. Ibrokhim NURIDDINOV (UZB)
Men's Freestyle - 74kg
1. Paemami REZA EFZALY (IRI)
2. PUREVJAV Unurbat (MGL)
3. Ryoichi YAMANKA (JPN)
3. Inkoentiev INOKENTIEV (KGZ)
Men's Freestyle - 86kg
1. Meisam JOUCAR (IRI)
2. Aslan KAHIDZE (KAZ)
3. ORGODOL Uitumen (MGL)
3. Rashid KURBANOV (UZB)
Men's Freestyle - 97kg
1. DORJKHAND Khuderbulga (MGL)
2. Magomed MUSAEV (KGZ)
3. Satiwart KADIAN (IND)
3. Rustam ISKANDARI (TJK)
Men's Freestyle - 125kg
1. Gasemi KAMIL (IRI)
2. NATSAGSUREN Zolboo (MGL)
3. Daulet SHABANBAY (KAZ)
3. SHANG Hai (CHN)
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Mongolian Volleyball Team Wins Silver in Intercity Open Tournament
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) Erchim, a Mongolian men's team won a silver medal at an intercity volleyball open tournament in Kyzyl city of Russia’s Tuva.
The tournament was held on April 17-22 with participation of a total 12 teams from Kazakhstan, Russia’s Tuva, Moscow, Irkutsk, Omsk, Ulan-Ude, Krasnoyarsk and Mongolia’s Ulaanbaatar. A team from Angarsk of Russia led the tournament, and was followed by our Erchim, and a Kyrgyzstan team.
Erchim is a silver medal winner and a champion of national ‘Spring Open’ and ‘Autumn Open’ tournaments respectively, held in 2013 in Mongolia.


Our Face-Painter to Take Part in World Hair Cup
Ulaanbaatar, April 25 (MONTSAME) A Mongolian face-painter L.Tserendulam is to participate in the “Hair World Cup -2014” hairdressing championship.
Organized by the International Hairdresser and Beautician Association /IHBA/, this competition will run in Frankfurt of German on May 3-5.
The event will bring together around thousand best hairdressers from 50 countries.
Moreover, a judge team of the contest will include Mongolian master beautician E.Monkhbayar, our participant's teacher.


Ambassador of Mongolia to Sultanate of Oman Presents Letter of Credence
April 25 (infomongolia.com) A non-resident Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Mongolia to the Sultanate of Oman Mr. Sodnom ENKHBAT has presented a Letter of Credence to the Sultan of Oman, Qaboos bin Said Al Said on April 24, 2014.
Following the credential handing ceremony, Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said received the newly accredited Ambassador S.Enkhbat and during the meeting the envoy conveyed greetings of the state head of Mongolia, after, briefed about Mongolia’s foreign policy, internal affairs and country’s economical and investment issues.
Also, in order to create a mechanism between Foreign Ministries of the two states, Ambassador expressed Mongolia’s interest to establish Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and support each other through multilateral cooperation. Moreover, Mongolia’s willingness to cooperate with Oman in trade, economy and educational spheres as well as to train Mongolian students in Oman.
During the credentials handing ceremony, Omani Foreign Minister Yusuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah, Minister of Diwan of Royal Court Sayyid Khalid bin Hilal al Busaidi and an attache at the Embassy of Mongolia in Kuwait B.Alimaa were present.
S.Enkhbat is the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Mongolia with residency in the State of Kuwait since April 2013, he also represents Mongolia in the State of Qatar since April 2013 and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia since April 2014.
Mongolia and the Sultanate of Oman have established the diplomatic relations on April 27, 1992.


Winners of 2013 National Top Brands of Mongolia
April 25 (infomongolia.com) Each year the World Intellectual Property Day marks on April 26th and in the scope of the day, Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MNCCI) in collaboration with Intellectual Property Office of Mongolia have organized the National Top Brand event in the MNCCI Exhibition Hall on April 23, 2014.
The event has been organized since 2003 to promote national manufacturers and support its services, besides it is aimed to bring the services close to customers.
According to public opinion poll, national entrepreneurs have competed in 14 nominations and winners of National Top Brand 2013 are as selected following.
2013 National Top Brands of Mongolia
1. Flour and Bread
- Ta Chi (Talkh Chikher JSC)
2. Milk and Dairy Products
- “Zuv” cream drink (Milko LLC)
3. Meat and Meat Products
- “Nuudel” (Makh Impex JSC)
4. Green Brand
- “Ikh Taiga” (Khuvsgul Ikh Taiga LLC)
5. Best Packaging and Packed Brand
- “Khujirt” water (Gem Khujirt LLC)
6. Leather Products
- Only One Collection (Zuvkhun Gants LLC)
7. Wool and Cashmere Products
- “Mongol Nekhmel” (Mongol Nekhmel LLC)
8. Trade and Service
- “Orgil” Trade Center (Circle LLC)
9. Mass Media
- “Family Radio” (FM 104.5)
10. Communications
- G Mobile (G Mobile LLC)
11. New Brand
- “Sun Rice” (MJ Partners LLC)
12. Import Substitution Brand
- “Ariun” (Khugjil Trade LLC)
13. Best Service
- “Nomin” (Nomin Holding LLC)
14. Top Brand
- Talkh Chikher JSC


Japanese Delegates Led by Minister Akihiro Ota to Be Familiarizing with New International Airport at Khushig Valley
April 25 (infomongolia.com) Japanese delegates led by Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Mr. Akihiro Ota are conducting a working visit to Mongolia on April 26-29, 2014.
In the frameworks, Minister Ota will have official talks with Minister of Road and Transportation of Mongolia, Mr. Amarjargal GANSUKH, where parties will exchange views on bilateral partnership within the sector and establish a Memorandum of Understanding.
Moreover, Japanese delegation will be acquainted with current progress of new International Airport being constructed at Khushig (Khushigt) Valley in Tuv Aimag, Mongolia.

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