Ulaanbaatar to learn from Nur-Sultan’s experience

Politics
erdenejargal@montsame.gov.mn
2019-10-15 16:24:54

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. During the recent visit of Mongolian Prime Minister U.Khurelsukh to the Republic of Kazakhstan, the capital city of Mongolia Ulaanbaatar and the capital city of Kazakhstan Nur-Sultan signed an agreement on building brotherhood relationship. In the framework of this agreement, series of activities and events are set to be held including “Cultural days”.


“The capital cities of two countries built a brotherhood relationship. Within this framework, the capital of Mongolia Ulaanbaatar will learn experience from Nur-Sultan on city establishment, infrastructure, planning, etc.


Ulaanbaatar and Nur-sultan are similar to each other in terms of climate which regarded as the coldest capital cities in the world. Therefore, Ulaanbaatar will learn experiences of Nur-Sultan on green area and city planning. City planning of Nur-sultan was conducted by foreign specialists and was managed to be built in a short period of time by firmly realizing the plan. 


During the process of the city-planning of Nur-sultan, the technology to build low heat-loss buildings with cheap cost in cold areas has been developed and we should learn from it” said the Mayor of Ulaanbaatar, Governor of the Capital City S.Amarsaikhan.


At the initiation of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan J.Tokayev, Kazakhastan renamed its capital city Astana to Nur-Sultan on March 23, 2019. The city is 797 km2 and has population of over one million. The capital city Nur-Sultan leads the country with its production of iron and concrete.