Resolution approved to boost air travel and tourism recovery
At its regular meeting on June 16, the Cabinet approved a resolution on air transport and tourism-related measures for prompt recovery of air travel and tourism industry.
COVID-19: 2,395 new cases reported, total reaches 83,128
On June 16, the Ministry of Health reported that 2,395 new cases were detected in Mongolia after testing 13,673 people nationwide within the past 24 hours.
Study reveals some investigators of corruption cases experience external influence
The independence of investigators is critical to the successful investigation of corruption and establishing social justice.
Public-private dialogue on Sustainable Food System in Mongolia held
On June 15, representatives from the public-private sector discussed about the Sustainable Food Systems in Mongolia at the State Palace in Ulaanbaatar. Representatives of major private companies working in the food sector gathered to discuss about the challenges and solutions in the food and agricultural value chains, exports, public-private partnerships, sectoral policies and potential policy changes for the improvement of the sector.
EU, World Vision providing nutrition packages to vulnerable children and families
The European Union and World Vision are providing nutrition packages to the most vulnerable children and their families in Ulaanbaatar and Bayan-Ulgii and Uvurkhangai provinces affected by the impact of COVID-19.
Commemorative banknote released for 780th anniversary of Battle of Legnica
Poland’s Museum of the Battle of Legnica has put a 0 Euro commemorative banknote and gold and silver coins on sale to commemorate the 780th anniversary of the Battle of Legnica.
Mongolian sheep wool fertilizer being exported to Europe
National producer Monpellets LLC is manufacturing 100 percent organic fertilizer pellets from sheep wool and exporting it to European markets besides supplying the product domestically.
Buses to run to new airport from 4 locations in the capital city
On June 14, the working group in charge of moving the operations of Buyant-Ukhaa International Airport to the new Chinggis Khaan International Airport at Khushig Valley held a meeting to discuss the progress of the preparations being carried out as of June 11.
Inception Meeting for MASAM II Project Held
The Globe International Center (GIC) has been implementing the project, The Mainstreaming Social Accountability for Improved Transparency and Participation in Mongolia, or the MASAM II project.
‘A Greener Future for Ulaanbaatar’ – Mayor of Ulaanbaatar addresses IFC Sustainability Exchange 2021
Sumiyabazar Dolgorsuren, Governor of the Capital City and Mayor of Ulaanbaatar, spoke about his inspirations and the city’s sustainable development plans during a virtual event — International Finance Corporation Sustainability Exchange 2021—this month.
COVID-19: 2,368 new cases, 11 deaths reported
At the regular press briefing of the Ministry of Health today on June 15, it was reported that 2,368 new cases were detected in Mongolia after testing 11,553 people nationwide within the past 24 hours. More specifically, 1,675 new cases were detected in the capital city, with 711 cases in rural regions.
Golomt Bank’s ‘Golden Key’ Foundation supporting ‘Heart Will Not Forget’ project
Golomt Bank’s “Golden Key” children’s foundation has continued to support the “Heart Will Not Forget” project for the second year in a row and established a memorandum of cooperation to become an official partner.
Digital transformation in education to save MNT 1 billion annually
An event to launch digital transformation in educational sector was launched on June 11, Friday with Minister of Education and Science L.Enkh-Amgalan, Minister of Finance B.Javkhlan and officials and specialists from the Education Ministry, schools and kindergartens across the country in attendance.
COVID-19: 2,263 new cases, 8 deaths reported
A single-day record of 2,263 new cases of COVID-19 were recorded from over 10 thousand tests processed nationwide in the past 24 hours.
Open Letter issued in observation of World Day Against Child Labor
International Labor Organization, UN Resident Coordinator’s Office in Mongolia, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Mongolian Employers’ Federation, Confederation of Mongolian Trade Unions, National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia and Delegation of the European Union to Mongolia, have issued the joint open letter calling for actions to eliminate all forms of child labor in Mongolia.
Ambassador of Poland works in Uvurkhangai aimag
On June 11, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Poland to Mongolia Krzysztof Bojko did a working visit in Uvurkhangai aimag. He was received by representatives of the local governing body led by Deputy Governor of Uvurkhangai aimag I.Dorjsuren to exchange views on friendly relations.
IAAC reviews presidential election candidates’ anti-corruption policy
Candidates from the three parliamentary parties made their election promises and participated in the Presidential Election of Mongolia. Election promises outline the following activities to be initiated and implemented in the fight against corruption.
Daily COVID-19 cases rise to record 2,188
It was reported during today's press briefing of the Ministry of Health that 2,188 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Mongolia after over 10,000 tests performed in the past 24 hours.
COVID-19: 1792 new cases, 9 deaths reported
It was reported during today's press briefing of the Ministry of Health that 1792 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Mongolia after 11720 tests performed in the past 24 hours.
High workload of investigators negatively affects fight against corruption
One of the key anti-corruption activities is to identify the perpetrators and bring them to justice. Corruption offenses are often committed by high-level executives at the decision-making level, and the failure to impose appropriate penalties on the perpetrators undermines public confidence in the government, and citizens start feeling that the law is not exercised impartially. Thus, increasing the level of corruption and negatively affects society as a whole.
P.Khaliun: I believe the relations between two countries will soon reach strategic partnership
Mohammad Faisal Al-Mutairi: Transportation is the main problem in the expansion of Mongolia-Kuwait trade