Mongolia receives rapid test kits from South Korea
The hand-over ceremony was attended by representatives of the Korea International Cooperation Agency, Embassy of South Korea in Mongolia, and the Health Ministry of Mongolia.
Deputy Prime Minister meets Ambassador of Russia
The sides discussed the project to build the Power of Siberia 2 natural gas pipeline with an annual capacity of 50 billion cubic meters from Russia to China through Mongolia
Mongolian Fine Art Masterpiece “In the Mountain”
“In the Mountain” by State Prize Laureate, People’s Painter, State Honored Cultural Figure O.Tsevegjav.
Drill to place 150 thousand residents of Chingeltei district in lockdown
As police will be set out at the outer edges of the district territory, and in some cases equipped with military equipment at major streets and intersections, the officials requested citizens to not be alarmed by the situation.
Reserves of Salkhit deposit likely to increase by 2-3 times
According to the study, the deposit has reserves of 808.3 tons of silver and 1117.1 tons of gold. It has been determined that these resources can be doubled or tripled by intensifying exploration work.
Confirmed COVID-19 cases reach 40, with 12 recoveries
Two new cases of COVID-19 were detected in passengers of recent charter flights from Seoul, South Korea on April 30 and Frankfurt, Germany on May 2.
273 Mongolians transiting through South Korea arrive home
A chartered flight from Seoul, South Korea, bringing a total of 273 citizens transiting from 7 countries through Seoul
Groundbreaking ceremony held for 50-bed children’s hospital
The children’s hospital under construction with support from the China Foundation for Peace and Development will open within September 1
Heightened state of readiness extended until May 31
At its 20th meeting held yesterday on April 28, State Emergency Commission made a decision to extend the period of heightened state of readiness until May 31 to prevent from the spread of COVID-19 pandemic.
A French national, first COVID-19 case in Mongolia, fully recovers
A French national, who was recorded as the first COVID-19 patient of Mongolia, has fully recovered after 47-days of treatment and is today going to Enkh Saran sanatorium for precautionary isolation.
Prime Minister visits health facility and pharmaceutical company
On April 23, Prime Minister U.Khurelsukh worked at the Munkhiin Tun pharmaceutical factory and the State Second Central Hospital to check their preparation for response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
36th case of COVID-19 recorded in Mongolia
The coronavirus was detected in a Mongolian student, who arrived from Russia through Altanbulag border checkpoint, as a result of his third repeated testing.
President donates 5,000 protective clothes to State Emergency Commission
“These protective clothes are made by Exclusive, a Mongolian national clothing brand, especially for COVID-19 prevention in line with international standards.
Traffic movement in and out of Ulaanbaatar, Selenge and Darkhan-Uul suspended until April 25
Suspend movements of vehicles and passenger trains into and out of Ulaanbaatar city and Darkhan-Uul and Selenge aimags starting at 09 PM, April 21, Tuesday until 06 AM, April 25, Saturday
Mongolia plans two additional charter flights to Seoul and Frankfurt next week
The Mongolian citizens to return home will be strictly required to be involved in COVID-19 testing 48 hours before the flight.
New residential area under development in Darkhan
The environmentally friendly, safe, and comfortable residential area will have buildings with a total of 394 apartments for around 1,300 people.
School closures extended until September 1
The State Emergency Commission (SEC) today convened a meeting and decided to extend closures of all schools, universities and educational institutions until September 1