President of Mongolia Extends Lunar New Year Greetings to the Nation

Politics
b.dulamdorj@montsame.gov.mn
2024-02-10 18:50:22

Ulaanbaatar, February 10, 2024 /MONTSAME/. In his address marking the Lunar New Year of the Wood Dragon, President of Mongolia H.E. Khurelsukh Ukhnaa extended heartfelt greetings to all citizens of Mongolia. Reflecting on the significance of this auspicious occasion, the President invoked blessings for prosperity and unity.


Addressing the nation, President Khurelsukh Ukhnaa emphasized the rich cultural traditions surrounding the Mongolian Lunar New Year, highlighting the age-old customs of celebrating the New Moon. He underscored the importance of these traditions in preserving the heritage and unity of the Mongols.


With pride in Mongolia's history and culture, President of Mongolia emphasized the collective responsibility to honor ancestral traditions, uphold familial bonds, and safeguard national identity. He hailed the resilience of Mongolian families and the nation's economic growth, attributing it to the dedication of its citizens and the blessings of the land.


Highlighting the achievements of the past year, President Khurelsukh Ukhnaa noted significant growth in population and economic prosperity. In addition to domestic successes, the President celebrated Mongolia's expanding foreign relations and cooperation, with successful state visits solidifying ties and elevating Mongolia's profile on the world stage. He expressed optimism for the future, citing positive indicators of national development and resilience in the face of global challenges.


On the eve of the Lunar New Year, President of Mongolia Khurelsukh Ukhnaa issued a Decree on Honoring and Promoting the Morin Khuur, a traditional Mongolian instrument Horse-Head Fiddle. Encouraging all Mongolians to safeguard this treasured instrument, he emphasized its profound significance in representing the essence of their cultural identity.


In closing, President of Mongolia extended warm wishes to all Mongolian families, especially to the herders who sustain the nomadic way of life. He called upon the nation to unite and strive for the continued prosperity of Mongolia under the eternal sky.