Joint UN Statement on Human Rights in Times of COVID-19 pandemic in Mongolia
Today, marking the first anniversary of the Secretary-General's Call to Action for Human Rights to the member states, we amplify his messages on renewed, concerted, global determination to ensure the protection of human rights of all people, everywhere and in all situations. The United Nations in Mongolia, the Government of Mongolia, civil society, the private sector and other key actors must join forces to deliver the human rights promise of the UN Charter and the Universal Declaration for Human Rights.
Central bank gives monthly statistical updates
On February 25, the Bank of Mongolia provided the latest updates on the monetary and financial market statistics as of January 2021.
30 new COVID-19 cases registered, total reaches 2,831
The daily COVID-19 press briefing by the Ministry of Health for February 26, Friday, reported that a total of 30 new coronavirus cases were detected in the past 24 hours.
Mongolia-Belarus export loan agreement discussed
Prime Minister of Mongolia L.Oyun-Erdene has received Ambassador of the Republic of Belarus to Mongolia Stanislav Chepurnoy.
Council under Parliament Speaker meets
The Council under the Chairman of the State Great Hural (Parliament) met on February 23, 2021. The Council members exchanged views on the activities of the Standing Committees and Working Groups during a period of time when the proceedings of the Parliament is currently suspended until March 15th.
Working group to negotiate deal with Oyu Tolgoi's investor meets
A working group responsible for conducting negotiations with Oyu Tolgoi project’s investor side to agree on project issues and submitting the finalization on concerning matters to the cabinet meeting convened yesterday, February 23 at the State House.
Finance Minister meets IMF Resident Representative
On February 23, Minister of Finance B.Javkhlan received Yoon Seok Hyun, Resident representative of the International Monetary Fund.
Information campaign for internal migrants launched
"To Go or Stay, Research It" information campaign for internal migrants was launched today, February 23, to continue for 21 days throughout the country.
Open Enrollment announced for online courses of Mongolia Field School 2021
Due to travel restrictions that prevent Field School courses in Mongolia, the American Center for Mongolian Studies is developing a new offering, the ACMS Online Mongolian Studies courses, that will be available to all interested persons starting in Spring 2021.
Foreign Minister meets Ambassador of South Korea
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia B.Battsetseg received Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Korea to Mongolia Lee Yeo-hong on February 22.
25 companies to pay MNT 78 billion in dividends
In accordance with Mongolia’s Company Law, a joint stock company’s board of directors must resolve matters regarding the distribution of dividends within 50 days of the end of a financial year and submit the report on dividend distribution to the Financial Regulatory Committee.
Khan Bank named Bank of the Year 2020 of Mongolia by The Banker Magazine
Khan Bank has been named the Bank of the Year 2020 of Mongolia by The Banker, a magazine, headquartered in London that recognizes the top financial institutions in the world.
Financial Stability Council convenes
The first and quarterly meeting of the Financial Stability Council was held in two stages on 1 and 16 February.
Mongolia to receive first batch of Sinopharm's COVID-19 vaccines today
At today’s press briefing on the coronavirus situation in Mongolia, Ts.Ganzorig, Press Secretary of the Cabinet Secretariat confirmed that Mongolia will receive first doses of COVID-19 vaccine developed by China National Pharmaceutical Group Corp, known as Sinopharm, on the evening of February 22, Monday.
55 new COVID-19 infections reported, total cases reach 2,693
The daily COVID-19 press briefing by the Ministry of Health for February 22, Monday, has reported that a total of 55 new positive coronavirus cases were detected in the past 24 hours.
Regulation approved to categorize Mongolia's COVID-19 transmission levels in four colors
On February 21, Sunday, the cabinet convened for an irregular meeting and approved an interim regulation designed for determining the level of COVID-19 transmission and managing the activities of government organizations, individuals and private legal entities.
Traffic movement out of Ulaanbaatar to remain closed until March
The State Emergency Commission convened yesterday, February 20, and made a decision to ease current lockdown measures and resume normal operations of 95 percent of businesses in Ulaanbaatar city from February 23, Tuesday.
Charter flight brings 256 people from Seoul
In compliance with the decision of the State Emergency Commission, a repatriation charter flight arrived in Ulaanbaatar’s Buyant Ukhaa International Airport from Seoul, Republic of Korea on February 19.
One door – One testing detects 24 new coronavirus cases in past day
The daily COVID-19 press briefing held in the afternoon of February 21 has reported that a total of 52 new positive cases of COVID-19 were detected in the past day.
Mohammad Faisal Al-Mutairi: Transportation is the main problem in the expansion of Mongolia-Kuwait trade