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Nuclear-free Mongolia a ‘symbol of peace in a troubled world’: Guterres

New York: In a visit to Mongolia on Tuesday, Secretary-General António Guterres underscored the UN’s full solidarity for the country, which he described as “a symbol of peace in a troubled world”.

Mongolia witnesses anti-China demonstration

Ulaanbaatar: Mongolia witnessed an anti-China demonstration recently ahead of the  scheduled visit of US State Secretary Mike Pompeo.

Chinese language imposition: Mongolians protest against China in Tokyo

Tokyo:  Around 35 ethnic Mongolians living in Japan on Saturday demonstrated against China in Tokyo city against the policy to forcibly push Mandarin language education in Inner Mongolia region.

Mongolia reports 3 more COVID-19 recoveries

Ulan Bator/Xinhua: Mongolia reported three more COVID-19 recoveries, taking the total recoveries to 281, the country's National Center for Communicable Diseases (NCCD) said Wednesday.

Mongolia reports one more COVID-19 case

Ulan Bator/Xinhua: Mongolia's National Center for Communicable Diseases (NCCD) on Saturday reported one newly confirmed COVID-19 case, taking the tally of all confirmed cases in the country to 39.

Mongolia closes border with China amid new coronavirus outbreak: State Media

Moscow/Sputnik/UNI: The Mongolian authorities have decided to close its border with China and suspend higher education institutions in the wake of the new coronavirus outbreak, state media reported on Monday.

Number of people living with HIV/AIDS in Mongolia reaches 270

Ulan Bator, Mar 12 (Xinhua) The total number of HIV carriers and AIDS patients in Mongolia has reached 270 after two new HIV cases were registered in the country's capital here last month, the National Statistics Office said Tuesday.

Service and Sacrifice: Mongolia continues to strengthen its contribution to UN peacekeeping

New York, Mar 10 (JEN): Mongolia first joined United Nations peacekeeping in 2002 with the deployment of two unarmed military observers to the UN Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara.  Soon after that, it sent two more officers to the UN Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.  Since then, Mongolia has continued to expand its contributions to UN peace operations in hot spots around the world.

Mongolian President urges coordinated action to tackle pressing global issues

New York, Sept 30 (IBNS): In his speech at the 70th United Nations General Assembly's annual General Debate, Mongolian President Tsakhia Elbegdorj urged his international counterparts to unite and exercise decisive leadership to fulfil UN's core missions.