MIAT reduces its fares for charter flights by 15 percent
Due to the situation of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, Mongolia closed its border.
Virtual event series begin for 100th anniversary of Mongolia-Russia diplomatic relations
February 25 saw the first meeting of the ‘100 Years Together’ virtual friendship event series.
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.
Diplomatic relations established between Mongolia and Trinidad and Tobago
Mongolia and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago established diplomatic relations in New York on February 24, 2021.
Bogd Khan Railway Bypass project to be sped up
Deputy Prime Minister S.Amarsaikhan, as the Mongolian co-chair of Mongolia-Russia intergovernmental commission for trade, economic, scientific, and technical cooperation, held a meeting with First Deputy Director of Ulaanbaatar Railway (UBTZ) joint venture company Igor Vasilievich Milostnykh.
Proposal put forth to continue with A Thousand Engineers project for two more years
Minister of Education and Science L.Enkh-Amgalan had a meeting with Chief Representative of Japan International Cooperation Agency in Mongolia Tamura Eriko.
Snowfall and blizzards expected throughout the country
The National Agency of Meteorology and Environment has issued a warning for blizzards in the aimags of Zavkhan and Gobi-Altai as well as the northern parts of Bayankhongor aimag and the western parts of Arkhangai aimag.
PM holds meeting with representatives of tourism industry
Today, February 25, Prime Minister L.Oyun-Erdene together with five Cabinet Ministers held a meeting with representatives of tourism industry, discussing pressing issues and exchanging views on how to continue further operations of the sector.
Three 3x3 basketball teams of Mongolia included in ‘Top 30’ of the world
The International Basketball Federation (FIBA) has recently announced its ‘TOP-30’ 3x3 team ranking for 2021, in which three Mongolian teams ‘Ulaanbaatar MMC Energy,’ ‘Sansar MMC Energy’ and ‘Zaisan MMC Energy’ were included.
Capital city reports 46 new cases of COVID-19
According to the Ministry of Health, 46 people were confirmed with coronavirus through PCR testing conducted nationwide in the last 24 hours.
254 Mongolian nationals arrive home from Istanbul
At 01:00 a.m., last night, February 25, a charter flight in route of Istanbul-Ulaanbaatar landed at Buyant-Ukhaa international airport in Ulaanbaatar with 254 passengers on board.
Belarus to supply equipment necessary for spring crop planting
Minister of Food, Agriculture and Light Industry, Mongolian co-chair of Mongolia-Belarus Intergovernmental Commission for trade, economic, scientific, and technical cooperation Z.Mendsaikhan held an online meeting with Minister of Industry of the Republic of Belarus, Belarusian co-chair of the commission Parkhomchik Petr Aleksandrovich.
Rural schools and kindergartens to resume operations from March 1
At its regular meeting on February 24, the Cabinet decided that general education schools, kindergartens, and day nurseries in aimags, soums, villages, and bags will resume operations from March 1, 2021.
32 new cases of COVID-19 detected
Today, the National Center for Communicable Diseases has reported the detection of 32 new cases of COVID-19 in the country after testing a total of 26,058 people in the past 24 hours at the laboratories nationwide.
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.
30 new cases of COVID-19 reported, total reaches 2,723
The Ministry of Health provided updates on coronavirus situation in Mongolia. According to the Ministry, 30 people were detected with coronavirus when performing tests on 42,920 people nationwide on February 22.
Mongolian PM becomes the first person in the country to be vaccinated against COVID-19
Mongolian Prime Minister L. Oyun-Erdene got the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine—‘AstraZeneca’ at the 2nd Central Hospital today, launching the start of the nation’s vaccination program that will enable the country to return to normal.
Slight snow and strong winds expected in most parts of the country
Slight snow is expected near the Altai Mountains today and in the southeastern parts of Gobi aimags tonight on February 22. Strong winds are also expected in most parts of the country.
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.
Mongolia receives first COVID vaccine from India
150,000 doses of Made in India, Covishield Astra Zeneca Vaccine granted by Government of India have arrived Mongolia today, February 22 and have been handed over by Ambassador M P Singh to the H.E. Mr S. Amarsaikhan, Deputy Prime Minister of Mongolia in a special ceremony held at Buyant-Ukhaa Airport.
Mohammad Faisal Al-Mutairi: Transportation is the main problem in the expansion of Mongolia-Kuwait trade