Towards a gender-equal world: a mission for all
OpEd by High Representative/Vice-President Josep Borrell andCommissioner Jutta UrpilainenOur goal as EU is for everyone to have the same power to shape society and their own lives. We are putting it black on white in our third Gender Action Plan, adopted on 24 November calling for a gender-equal world. Now, due to the significant setback that COVID-19 has brought on the global work on equality and as we watch civil society organisations, including women’s and LGBTIQ organisations facing shrinking civic and democratic space, stepping up in building gender-equal world is more important than ever.
The wonderful benefits of yak ghee
Yak ghee is PERFECT IMMUNE SUPPORTER - HEALTHY FOOD. Compared to ordinary cow ghee, yak ghee has phosphorus, calcium, vitamin A, D, E, K, cholesterol, natural antioxidants, omega 3, 6, 9, unsaturated fatty acids and saturated fatty acids from 10% containing 4 times more acid which has an extraordinary advantage. Also yak ghee has the advantage of a balanced content of minerals, nutrients, fats, essential vitamins, saturated and unsaturated fatty acids. These nutrient minerals and various fatty acids ensure the basic structure of the human body and their normal functioning.
Rosatom Launches Global Atomic Quiz Celebrating World Science Day
Rosatom is launching an international educational project Global Atomic Quiz celebrating World Science Day and the 75th anniversary of the Russian nuclear industry, which is celebrated this year in Russia. The project’s mission is to show the importance of nuclear technologies in everyday life and to highlight the role that nuclear power plays in preserving our fragile planet.
Friendship between people will save the economy
The year of 2021 will mark the 100th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Mongolia and Russia. The history of Mongolian-Russian relations confirms Russia's ability for strategic partnership and ensuring mutually beneficial relations. At a time when the process of ever-increasing interconnectedness of global countries and their peoples began, world economic, political, cultural, religious integration among them did as well.
Corporate raiding and Mongolia
Identifying the existence of corporate raiding in Mongolia no longer requires studies, glasses, or microscopes. Putting aside the all-too-familiar cases, it is worthwhile to note the following: Mongolia has been globally acclaimed for its success in preventing the COVID-19 pandemic. This must be emulated in a consistent and determined fight against corporate raiding on all levels to cut it at its roots. Only then, can the country prosper as a decent economy which is self-reliant and not at the mercy of others.
In Central Asia, a Soviet-era electricity network could power future energy sharing
With expanding regional cooperation and a readily available platform, the building blocks are in place for Central Asia to achieve energy security, resilience and economic competitiveness.
G.Bat-Ireedui: Arkhangai province was the leader by the rate of the livestock congenital deformations
Abai — Legacy of World Literature
This year Kazakhstan celebrates the 175th anniversary of Abai. His popularity in our country is undeniable. The Kazakh people respect Abai and are proud of him. Abai's memory is kept at the state level. His written works are studied at schools and universities. The Kazakh literature has a separate direction of studies - Abai studying.
President of Max Group D.Ganbaatar awarded with ‘Hero of Labor’
n the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the establishment of the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the 30th anniversary of the establishment of private entities in Mongolia, President of ‘Max’ Group D.Ganbaatar was awarded with the title, ‘Hero of Labor’, according to a decree issued by President of Mongolia Kh.Battulga. He was awarded with the highest state award for his consistent hardwork over the last 30 years in the Mongolian business sector and leadership in the development of the sectors of food production, trade, agriculture, road, tourism, and construction.
Statement by President of Kazakhstan Tokayev at the High-Level Meeting of the United Nations
Statement by President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev at the High-Level Meeting to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the United NationsKazakhstan adds its voice in a clear statement of commitment to the UN mission and Charter, and to the shared aspiration of building a more peaceful, just and prosperous world.
Kazakhstan in a new reality: Time for action
Address by President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart TokayevThe work of the next session of Parliament begins at a challenging time. Our country continues to confront the pandemic that threatens the entire global community. We have mobilised all resources to protect the life and health of Kazakh citizens. At the critical hour, the people of Kazakhstan rallied into a single whole.The fight against coronavirus clearly demonstrated the root features of our people: mutual assistance, compassion, and readiness to jointly confront an unprecedented disaster.
Fighting two pandemics hand in hand in Asia and the Pacific
Ending hunger and poverty amid COVID-19 impacts will require leveraging agricultural technology, innovation and partnerships. Global hunger has been on a regrettable rise in recent years, and despite Asia’s economic clout, the continent – home to more than half of the world’s undernourished – has not been spared. Now COVID-19 is leading to a slow-down of regional economic growth and further threatening food security.
“Switch Off Air Pollution” technical procedures included in implementation of new Thermal Insulation regulations
Technical procedures including Technical Assessment and Quality monitoring implementation form developed by Switch Off Air Pollution, an European Union’s Switch Asia project led by French NGO Geres, are now included in the Construction Codes and Standards on Building Envelope Thermal Insulation of Mongolia.
The nations with strong affinity for each other
Year of 2020 is very significant for the Embassy of Mongolia in Singapore as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Mongolia and Singapore. As the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Mongolia to the Republic of Singapore since 2015, I would like to wish everyone a Happy Anniversary, and great health and prosperity!
The Coronavirus pandemic and the new world it is creating
COVID-19 will reshape our world. We don’t yet know when the crisis will end. But we can be sure that by the time it does, our world will look very different. How different will depend on the choices we make today.
Green Pasture project incentivizes herders to adopt sustainable rangeland
The Green Gold and Animal Health Project of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and XacBank are partnering with the Mongolian National Federation of Pasture User Groups (PUGs) in the implementation of Green Pasture Project-soft loan project in Chandmana soum of Hovd aimag. The Project aims to promote responsible herding practices and reverse rangeland degradation through innovative financial incentives.
BREXIT: What does it mean for the European Union and our partners?
On 31 January 2020, the United Kingdom left the European Union. We lost a member of our family. It was a sad moment for us, for European citizens – and, indeed, for many British citizens.Nevertheless, we have always respected the sovereign decision of 52% of the British electorate, and we now look forward to starting a new chapter in our relations.