State Commission extends its inspection

2017-01-11 09:01:07

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ State Commission inspection of the construction of new international airport or officially New Ulaanbaatar International Airport (NUBIA) which is located in Khushig Valley, Tuv province has been extended until January 18.

On January 2, a 57-member State Commission launched the inspection at the NUBIA project to complete the Mongolian Government’s acceptance of the construction works, and was expected to wrap up on January 11, today. However, during its inspection, the State Commission has detected 1164 violations which are being corrected currently.

Now, the State Commission working group is to function at the airport until January 18, finalize their concluding report and introduce it to the Cabinet.

Started in June 2013, the construction progress of Mongolia’s new international airport is expected to be handed over to Mongolian Government this month. But, the airport won’t launch its operation for another six months or a year.

By direct funding from the Mongolian Government, 3 buildings –Airport Maintenance, Cargo Terminal, General Administration are being constructed, and are expected to be completed by next year.