Non Resident Ambassadors present Letters of Credence
Non-resident ambassadors presented their letters of credence to and paid courtesy call on President of Mongolia Khaltmaagiin Battulga on September 17.
Tribute paid to the statues of D.Sukhbaatar and Chinggis Khaan
On the occasion of the 2227th anniversary of the Statehood, 812th anniversary of the Great Mongol Empire, 107th anniversary of Restoration of Independence, 97th anniversary of the People’s Revolution, 29th anniversary of the Democratic Revolution, and the Mongolian traditional celebration of Naadam festival, President of Mongolia Khaltmaagiin Battulga laid a wreath to the Statue of D.Sukhbaatar, and paid tribute to the Statue of Chinggis Khaan.
Mongolia is a parliamentary democracy, based on universal suffrage. In the early 1990s, Mongolia abolished the old political and social system and installed a democratic one. As a nation with a long tradition of statehood, Mongolia has been steadily working towards a free market economy. Mongolia has applied a model of the world’s developed countries with democratic legislatures, whilst considering its own specific features and traditions. The new Constitution of Mongolia came into effect on February 12, 1992 and amended 1999, 2001.
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