Statement by President of Kazakhstan Tokayev at the High-Level Meeting of the United Nations
Statement by President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev at the High-Level Meeting to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the United NationsKazakhstan adds its voice in a clear statement of commitment to the UN mission and Charter, and to the shared aspiration of building a more peaceful, just and prosperous world.
Kazakhstan in a new reality: Time for action
Address by President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart TokayevThe work of the next session of Parliament begins at a challenging time. Our country continues to confront the pandemic that threatens the entire global community. We have mobilised all resources to protect the life and health of Kazakh citizens. At the critical hour, the people of Kazakhstan rallied into a single whole.The fight against coronavirus clearly demonstrated the root features of our people: mutual assistance, compassion, and readiness to jointly confront an unprecedented disaster.
Fighting two pandemics hand in hand in Asia and the Pacific
Ending hunger and poverty amid COVID-19 impacts will require leveraging agricultural technology, innovation and partnerships. Global hunger has been on a regrettable rise in recent years, and despite Asia’s economic clout, the continent – home to more than half of the world’s undernourished – has not been spared. Now COVID-19 is leading to a slow-down of regional economic growth and further threatening food security.
“Switch Off Air Pollution” technical procedures included in implementation of new Thermal Insulation regulations
Technical procedures including Technical Assessment and Quality monitoring implementation form developed by Switch Off Air Pollution, an European Union’s Switch Asia project led by French NGO Geres, are now included in the Construction Codes and Standards on Building Envelope Thermal Insulation of Mongolia.
The nations with strong affinity for each other
Year of 2020 is very significant for the Embassy of Mongolia in Singapore as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Mongolia and Singapore. As the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Mongolia to the Republic of Singapore since 2015, I would like to wish everyone a Happy Anniversary, and great health and prosperity!
The Coronavirus pandemic and the new world it is creating
COVID-19 will reshape our world. We don’t yet know when the crisis will end. But we can be sure that by the time it does, our world will look very different. How different will depend on the choices we make today.
Green Pasture project incentivizes herders to adopt sustainable rangeland
The Green Gold and Animal Health Project of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and XacBank are partnering with the Mongolian National Federation of Pasture User Groups (PUGs) in the implementation of Green Pasture Project-soft loan project in Chandmana soum of Hovd aimag. The Project aims to promote responsible herding practices and reverse rangeland degradation through innovative financial incentives.
BREXIT: What does it mean for the European Union and our partners?
On 31 January 2020, the United Kingdom left the European Union. We lost a member of our family. It was a sad moment for us, for European citizens – and, indeed, for many British citizens.Nevertheless, we have always respected the sovereign decision of 52% of the British electorate, and we now look forward to starting a new chapter in our relations.
Josep Borrell: "It’s time to translate Europe’s and Asia’s power into a real partnership"
Message from the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission Josep Borrell: "It’s time to translate Europe’s and Asia’s power into a real partnership"
The Mongol Messenger announces English essay contest
The Mongol Messenger, English weekly newspaper operated by the national news agency MONTSAME announces its annual essay contest in English among 10-12 grade students of high schools in Ulaanbaatar.
Banking on action: How ADB achieved 2020 climate finance milestone one year ahead of time
As they extend their power grids, build more roads and bigger cities, and cultivate forestland, developing countries in Asia and the Pacific are increasingly contributing to the global climate change problem. Two of the top three emitters of greenhouse gases are developing countries in Asia—the People’s Republic of China and India. At the same time, five Asian developing countries are among the top 10 most climate-vulnerable countries in the world. Across the region, livelihoods and economic growth are increasingly exposed to climate change impacts and disaster risk. Clearly, Asia and the Pacific must play a strong role in efforts to address climate change.
ROK-Mongolia Takes the First Step in Personnel Administration Cooperation
Our bilateral cooperation in the area of personnel administration has just begun. The Ministry of Personnel Management will provide active exchanges and support so that personnel administration will become a major cooperation area between Korea and Mongolia.
Sport climbing center 'Olympic' opens
On October 18, 2019, a sport climbing center opened its doors, launching its 14 meter-high sport climbing wall.
Malnutrition- A crisis in the making?
Food insecurity in Mongolia is higher in the capital city compared to smaller towns and rural areas. This indicates a changing face of hunger and malnutrition in Mongolia as people migrate to capital city in search of productive employment and better income opportunities but instead get caught into the web of seasonal informal employment, higher reliance on markets for meeting food needs and vulnerability to market shocks.
Opinion: Black terror: The real threat to freedom in Hong Kong
A shroud of blackness is spreading in Hong Kong. Black-clad people chant hateful slogans; black masks hide mobsters' identity as they bludgeon passersby with black umbrellas unfurled to hide from media cameras, all supposedly in the name of democracy and freedom
Khan Bank receives Euromoney award for tenth time
Euromoney Magazine, which assesses developments and trends in the global banking and financial industry, has named Khan Bank the Best Bank in Mongolia for the tenth time.
G.Tumurchuluun: I found out from my students that my book was being sold at Cuban bookstores
Ch.Batzaya: Eagle-holding Kazakh man on horseback, towering Altai Mountains perfect combination