Foreign Minister briefs about Mongolia’s policies and measures towards achieving gender equalityPolitics
Ulaanbaatar/MONTSAME/. Foreign Minister B.Battsetseg
participated in the high level meeting of the ‘Feminist Foreign Policy + Group’
organized by the Permanent Mission of Germany on September 22, 2022, on the
margins of the 77th Session of the UN General Assembly.
During the meeting, the delegates shared their experiences of feminist foreign policy at the first round of discussions, and expressed their views on how can a feminist foreign policy, particularly feminist multilateralism contribute to achieving the SDGs.
In her remarks, Foreign Minister B.Battsetseg briefed about the policies and measured implemented by Mongolia towards achieving gender equality, and expressed its interest in further cooperating with the ‘Feminist Foreign Policy + Group’.
The ‘Feminist Foreign Policy + Group’, established at the initiative of Swedish Foreign Minister in January 2021, consists of feminist foreign policy countries, including Albania, Argentina, Germany, Israel, Spain, Canada, Costa Rica, Liberia, Luxemburg, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Tunis, France, Chile, Sweden and Rwanda as an observer state.