The Mongol Messenger
“Hungarian products being imported in Mongolia have significantly increased”
We took an interview from Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Hungary to Mongolia Dr. Borbala Anna Obrusanszky regarding Mongolia-Hungary relations and cooperation.
“Mongolia is on the same level as developed countries for its development of IT and communications sector”
The use of various applications is increasing as daily usage of smartphones rapidly grow.
U.Ganbaatar: Cooperatives will not be taxed as they are agents
The Government of Mongolia declared 2022 the Year of Cooperative Promotion, We interviewed U.Ganbaatar, Head of the Cooperative development department of the National Association of Mongolian Agricultural Cooperatives on the efforts being made to develop cooperatives in the country.
Green Development model to be defined by Mongolia
By 2030, about 130 million people will suffer from hunger due to the force majeure event such as drought and dzud caused by climate change. According to the relevant estimations conducted by the international organizations, this figure will reach 200 million in 20 years.
“InvesCore’s achievements will serve as a stepping stone for many more Mongolian companies to enter the foreign market”
MONTSAME National News Agency is cooperating with the Embassy of Japan in Mongolia to introduce young business owners that are currently successful in the two countries’ business sector. This time, we invited Chairman of the Board of Directors of InvesCore Financial Group Ankhbold Bayanmunkh. The company currently runs operations in the sectors of finance and construction.
Sankou Tech Mongolia manufactures mechanical parts for export to Japan
MONTSAME National News Agency is cooperating with the Embassy of Japan in Mongolia to introduce young business owners that are currently successful in the two countries’ business sector. This time, we invited Founder and Director of Sankou Tech Mongolia LLC Tsendeekhuu Chimedtseren. The company currently manufactures mechanical parts for vehicles in Mongolia, and exports them to Japan.
Vinod Ahuja: The use of data in policy planning lacks in Mongolia
The 29th Session of the Asia and Pacific Commission on Agricultural Statistics (APCAS29) was held on November 22-25. The session was unique in that it discussed the international experience and innovative approaches to estimating quantitative information needed for policies and decisions on topics such as the environment, livestock, agriculture, forestry, fisheries, hunting, and food security. Resident Representative of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in Mongolia Vinod Ahuja spoke about the results and significance of the session.
Mongolia may begin to mine and export uranium from next year with signing of agreement
As of today, there are over 10 uranium deposits that have been discovered in Mongolia, with about 160 thousand tons confirmed. With further explorations, it is possible for the amount to increase up to 1 million tons of uranium.
Traveling to the Siler cultivation field
A correspondents’ team of the MONTSAME National News Agency had a tour to a farming field in Bayantsogt and Bayankhangai soums of Tuv aimag, where ‘Bund-Ovoo’ LLC grows Saposhnikovia divaricate (Siler in English, Fang Feng in Chinese and bangpung in Korean).
The decisive battle at Khalkhin Gol
One of the major events that had a significant role in the century old friendship between Mongolia and Russia is the battle that took place at Khalkhin Gol. During the time of hardship, the peoples of the two countries helped one another, forming a bond of brotherhood. A part of history that involved helping the people of the steppe to establish their own independent country, and a decisive time that defined future bilateral relations.
Dancer B.Erdenebayar: I aspire to manifest Mongolia through my dances
The Mongolians hold a long history and tradition of dancing. There are varieties of dance styles that demonstrate the ways of life and mindsets of the various ethnic groups of people of the Mongols. Among them, biyelgee, tsatsal, khatirakh, tsaatan and circle dancing have long been traditionally preserved until present days and are still embody the fundamentals shaping the modern Mongolian dancing.
B.Turmunkh: I illustrated 60 pieces for the updated version of ‘The Secret History of Mongols’
We held an interview with illustrator of ‘Jangar’ editorial at ‘Monsudar’ publishing house B.Turmunkh. ‘Jangar’ editorial began to implement a project on ancient literature several years ago, publishing adapted versions of major literary works such as ‘The Secret History of Mongols’, ‘The Thousand and One Nights’, and ‘Geser’ for younger readers in addition with illustrations.
Complex with highest number of human shaped stone sculptures in Central Asia
Over 80 km to the west of the capital city–near the Khustai Mountains in Altanbulag soum, Tuv aimag, there lies the ‘Ungut’ memorial complex with some 30 human shaped stone sculptures.
D.Sumiyabazar: Law on Legal Status of Ulaanbaatar City has been successfully amended after 27 years
-The amendment will enable Ulaanbaatar city government to issue bonds and grant concessions-
"A new social culture where corruption is met with public disgust”
Mongolians say “Autumn arrives the day after Naadam holiday,” which is usually interpreted as a lot of work await us ahead.
MONTSAME News Agency between 1921 and 2021
‘MONTA’ Mongolian Telegraph Agency reported overseas its first news titled ‘Uprising of Mongolians’.
Benefits of being a country with good credit rating
For a country, good credit rating is a great opportunity to benefit from global financial markets. The international credit rating agency Fitch Ratings has assessed Mongolia's economic situation on a number of factors and announced that the country’s rating outlook is stable. The country has been assessed by the internationally renowned S&P from 1999 and by Fitch and Moody's since 2005.
‘ETT’ bond and be ready for the commodity supercycle
Erdenes Tavantolgoi, a Mongolian state-owned joint-stock company, has launched a three-phased trading of ‘ETT’ bond to raise MNT 2 trillion. The first phase trading of the bond was organized between March 30 and April 9, raising MNT 677.7 billion.
Talks with Rio Tinto on Oyu Tolgoi Project launches
The working group in charge of implementing the parliamentary resolution No.92 dated November 21, 2019, titled ‘Ensuring the interests of Mongolia in the exploitation of the Oyu Tolgoi gold-copper mine’ began the negotiations with Rio Tinto company delegates on April 12.