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Ulaanbaatar, September 25, 2023 /MONTSAME/. Summary of this week's events:
September 25: The results of the first stage of the “Ulemjiin Chanar” International Long Song Singers Competition will be announced.
September 23-25: The Prime Minister of Mongolia L. Oyun-Erdene will participate in the “New Revival of Dornod” investment forum in the Choibalsan city of Dornod aimag.
September 25-28: The “Jangar” Tea Road cultural and heritage festival will be celebrated in Khovd aimag.
September 25-30: Mongolia-China Friendship Week will take place in Ulaanbaatar city, as well as Dornod and Arkhangai aimags.
September 26: The Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Chinese International Economic and Cooperation Association will jointly organize the 19th joint meeting between Mongolia and Taiwan.
September 27: The Prime Minister of Mongolia L. Oyun-Erdene will work in Khuvsgul aimag.
September 27: Commemorating World Tourism Day, the “Green Investment – Our Future” event will be held.
September 28-29: The Mongolian Renewables Industries Association will organize the International New Energy Summit 2023.
September 28 - October 1: Ulaanbaatar Partnership International Trade Fair will take place at the international exhibition hall of the Misheel Expo.
September 29: The Prime Minister of Mongolia L. Oyun-Erdene will work in Orkhon aimag.
September 29: Morin Khuur Ensemble of Mongolia will perform the “Duun Deg” concert at the Mongolian State Philharmonic Orchestra.
September 29 – October 1: The National Tourism Exhibition and Forum will be held at the Ara Complex in Arkhangai aimag.
September 30: The concert “Dulaakhan Namar” [“Golden Autumn”] by the Honored Artist of Mongolia S. Javkhlan will be staged at the Central Stadium of Mongolia.
The Autumn Green Days expo will take place until September 26.
The Official Visit of the Chairman of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation Vyacheslav Victorovich Volodin to Mongolia will continue.
The Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games will continue.
The solo exhibition “Altan Kholboos” [“Golden Threads”] by State Merit Artist J. Bolortuvshin will continue.