Mongolian Ambassador awarded Order “Madarski Konnik”
The Ambassador of Mongolia L.Dugerjav was awarded the “Madarski Konnik”, the high state order of the Republic of Bulgaria. He was awarded the order in recognition of his contributions to the strengthening of Bulgaria-Mongolia relations.
Mr. Dugerjav is one of the researchers who made a contribution to studying and exploring Antarctica. He has participated in establishing a research base of Mongolia under the Bulgarian Antarctic Research Base.
Mongolia starts training energy-saving managers
In the scope of a project called “The Efficiency of grid-based energy supply schemes” being implemented by the German Enterprise for International Cooperation (GIZ), Mongolia is hosting the first-ever Energy Saving Managers’ training.
Long-term project launched for tourism development
A long-term project on Khuvsgul lake-based tourism development was launched in Mongolia with the support of the Ministry of Environment and Tourism and the Asian development Bank /ADB/.
Tavan Tolgoi coal must be sold for the same price
Prime Minister of Mongolia J.Erdenebat gave a task to the directors of mining companies on a certain issue related to Tavan Tolgoi mine, reports Premier’s spokesperson Mr G.Otgonbayar.
According to the report, if mining companies operating in Tavan Tolgoi deposit fail to come to terms and to find out shared interests, the Government will have no other choice than to intervene.
British culture and education to be introduced in Mongolia
On November 11-12, a festival with the name “Inspire Me” will be organized at the Shangri-La Mall with an aim to promote British culture, education, technology and innovation in Mongolia.
The upcoming event will bring together above 50 organizations engaged in the fields of business and education as well as in humanitarian area. More than 15 representatives from the London City University and BPP University will give professional consultations as well.