Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ A virtual youth exchange program has been launched between Mongolia and the Republic of Korea.
The youth exchange program, which is being carried out virtually this year due to the pandemic, includes activities that would allow the youth of the two countries to work independently and in teams, share their knowledge and experiences, and learn from one another. Specifically, they will have a workshop on ‘Post-pandemic life and the future of work’ and teams of Mongolia and South Korean youth will carry out team projects virtually over two weeks.
As part of the program, the youth of the two countries normally visit each other’s country to explore the history, culture, and monumental sites and learn together.
In her remarks, Minister of Labor and Social Protection A.Ariunzaya expressed her hope that the program that will help youth of the two countries to learn about the culture, arts, sports, and technological advances of each other’s countries and expand development cooperation between the two countries will involve many more young people who will contribute to the development of their countries.