President Kh.Battulga visiting the Kingdom of Norway
Mongolia’s President Kh.Battulga is paying a working visit to the Kingdom of Norway. The visit kicked off yesterday, January 27, and Prime Minister of Norway Ms.Erna Solberg welcomed Mr.Battulga in her residence.
G.Khongoroo: Sarig tekh can be played only with folk songs and poems of praise
Khongoroo Geleg is one of the heritage bearers that have been giving an intangible cultural heritage a new life and sharing the wonders of Ikel Khuur, a Mongolian musical instrument similar to Morin Khuur (horse head fiddle).
One-stop service center for survivors of violence launches in Uvurkhangai province
The one-stop service center (OSSC) was launched for survivors of violence with funding of MNT 80 million from the provincial budget.
‘Mongolia-India Business Cooperation’ Forum takes place
In frames of the 65th diplomatic anniversary between Mongolia and the Republic of India, ‘Mongolia-India Business Cooperation’ forum has taken place today at the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MNCCI).
Military servicemen studying at Polytechnic College in Gobisumber
Out of 693 students majoring in 15 professions at the college, 103 are contract and conscript soldiers. The servicemen are studying to become heavy machine operators and repair workers within the program ‘Mongolian Soldier-Construction’.
Prime Minister visits Bor-Undur fluorspar mine
Prime Minister U.Khurelsukh is working in some aimags these days. During his working trip to Bor-Undur soum of Khentii aimag, PM U.Khurelsukh visited the mine site of Bor – Undur Mine and Ore Dressing Plant.
Mongolian Fine Art Masterpiece ‘Lords of the Steppe’
MONTSAME National News Agency in cooperation with the Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery is presenting a series of Mongolian fine art masterpieces. This time, we are presenting the artwork, ‘Lords of the Steppe’ by State Prize laureate Ulziikhutag Yondon.
Opening ceremony of Youth Winter Olympic Games to take place tonight
Six Mongolian athletes namely, E.Enkhsaikhan and Ch.Byambasuren will compete in Biathlon while O.Zolbayar, B.Khongor, B.Nomin-Erdene and D.Urangoo will compete in cross-country skiing.
Foreign exchange reserve increases, reaching its highest level
Mongolia's foreign trade profit has grown up and reached USD 1.5 billion in the first 11 months of 2019. An increase of the foreign trade profit positively affected to accumulation of foreign exchange reserves.
Hedge Fund to be set up to stabilize price of AI-92 gasoline
At its regular meeting held today, January 8, the Cabinet made a decision to set up Hedge Fund in order to keep the price of AI-92 gasoline stable.
Winners of 23rd ‘Foremost Traditional Script Writers of Mongolia-2019’ awarded
A ceremony to award winners of the annual national contest ‘Foremost Traditional Script Writers of Mongolia-2019’, organized by the MONTSAME Agency’s ‘Khumuun Bichig’ newspaper, was held today at the National Modern Art Gallery.
MONTSAME National News Agency names top 10 events happened in the country throughout the year of 2019
G.Amartuvshin: We are focusing on loan portfolio quality
The Development Bank of Mongolia (DBM) placed emphasis on improving its corporate governance and profitability as well as the quality of loan portfolio this year, said DBM Chief Executive Officer H.Amartuvshin at a briefing held on December 26 at Kempinski Hotel.
Academician B.Byambaa awarded with 2019 Technological Advancement Award
The Government resolved to give the 2019 Technological Advancement Award and MNT 100 million to academician B.Byambaa for his work ‘Advanced technology for curing and preventing parasitic diseases of livestock’.
Oyu Tolgoi announces Shaft 2 construction completion
On December 13, today, Oyu Tolgoi LLC celebrated the completion of Shaft 2 of the world-class OT underground project in Khanbogd soum, Umnugobi aimag, which is a significant milestone for the projec
Mongolian studies at Harvard to be resumed
Mongolian Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Sports established a Memorandum of Cooperation with the world’s leading Harvard University on promoting Mongolian studies.
Children express their imagination of friendship between Mongolia and India through artworks
The Indian Embassy in Mongolia, the Junior Center for Creative Arts and the Indian Cultural Center in Ulaanbaatar today co-held an award presenting ceremony to the winners of children’s handicraft and painting exhibition titled ‘Past-Present-Future of Mongolia and India’ at Ord gallery of the Junior Center for Creative Arts of Mongolia.