Mongolia re-elected as Vice President of MOST Programme BureauSociety
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ The Intergovernmental Council of the ‘Management of Social Transformations’ (MOST) Programme of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization is holding its irregular meeting from November 30 to December 1.
At the meeting, the new President, Vice-Presidents, and rapporteur of the council’s bureau have been elected and Mongolia has been re-elected as the bureau’s Vice-President for Asian and the Pacific. Head of the National Committee for the MOST Programme D.Badarch will represent Mongolia in the bureau for two years.
The MOST Intergovernmental Council is composed of 35 Member States of UNESCO, elected by UNESCO's General Conference for four-year term. The Council convenes every two years and establishes the priority areas to be researched, decides on overall policy and funding questions, and handles the relations with governmental authorities.