Ambassador of Mongolia to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Enkhsukh Battumur presented his Credentials of Permanent Representative to the Secretary-General of
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To mark the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United Kingdom
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Dear fellow Mongolians, Dear investors and businesses, Dear tourists, who planned to come to Mongolia
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Ambassador of Mongolia to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Enkhsukh Battumur presented his Credentials of Permanent Representative to the Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Mr. Kitack Lim on 16th May 2022.
During the meeting, Ambassador Enkhsukh Battumur informed Secretary-General Kitack Lim that Mongolia has joined more than 30 International Maritime conventions and the Government of Mongolia has approved a specific plan for the Implementation of the Maritime Sector Agreements and Conventions to which Mongolia is a Partner. He also highlighted that the revised draft Maritime Law of Mongolia is under review at the Parliament of Mongolia.
During the meeting, Ambassador Enkhsukh Battumur and Secretary-General Kitack Lim exchanged views on technical cooperation in reforming Mongolia’s maritime legislation and building human resource capacity in this field and expressed their willingness to increase Mongolia’s participation in the IMO’s activities.
Secretary-General Kitack Lim congratulated Ambassador Enkhsukh Battumur on his appointment as Permanent Representative and informed possible areas for technical assistance to Mongolia.
At its regular meeting held on May 4th, 2022, the Cabinet took decision to exempt South Korean tourists from visa requirements. The decision shall be effective from June 1st, 2022 to December 31st, 2024 and during this period tourists from South Korea are allowed to visit Mongolia, free of visa, for up to 90 days.
Before the Covid-19 pandemic, around 100,000 South Korean tourists visited Mongolia annually and the Cabinet decision took today is of great importance to the increase of South Korean tourists visiting Mongolia and further development of the tourism sector.
As of today, Mongolia has taken measures concerning the Visa Exemption Arrangements with 62 countries, 25 arrangements for ordinary passport holders and 37 arrangements for diplomatic and official passport holders.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia is continuing talks with the Korean side to facilitate the travel of Mongolian citizens to the Republic of Korea.
To mark the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United Kingdom and Mongolia, the Mongolian Embassy in the UK is planning to organise a series of cultural events to promote Mongolian history, culture, and tradition.
We will start the events with Mr. John Man’s talk on the rich history of the Great Mongolian Khans and leadership styles. John, a British writer, journalist, and Mongolist will discuss his books “Genghis Khan: Life, Death, and Resurrection”, “Kublai Khan”, and “The Leadership Secrets of Genghis Khan”, “Mongol Empire”.
The event will take place between 11:30 to 12:30 on 19th May 2022 at St Mary Magdalene Academy.
Address: St Mary Magdalene Academy, 6th Form, CPC site, Amwell Street, London, EC1R 1UN
Mongolian Film Festival 2022 was successfully organised in three cities of the United Kingdom: London, Cambridge and Norwich between 12th-20th March. The team comprised of Producer Enkhbat Natsagdorj, Cultural Envoy of Mongolia Unurmaa Janchiv, Actress Bayartsetseg Altangerel and was supported by the Embassy of Mongolia in the UK, Ministry of Culture of Mongolia and Media partner Azaa Studio.
The three day event in each city screened 15 feature and short films, showcasing some of the best of Mongolian cinema, providing multiple perspectives on contemporary and historical Mongolian society. The festival featured many stimulating discussions about the films presented.
The Mongolian Film Festival was hosted by Rudolf Steiner Theatre in London, the Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit at University of Cambridge and Thomas Payne Theatre at University of East Anglia.
Following the Film Festival, His Excellency Enkhsukh Battumur, Ambassador of Mongolia to the UK, hosted a Panel discussion and Closing reception on 22nd March at the Embassy of Mongolia in London.
The Panel discussion was moderated by Unurmaa Janchiv, Cultural Envoy of Mongolia in the UK and Actress Bayartsetseg Altangerel, who welcomed the guests and the Mongolian MPs, who were on an official visit to the UK. The key guests were the officials from the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, the Embassy of Mongolia, the British and international film industry professionals, including casting directors, filmmakers, authors, film festival curators, marketing professionals and creatives.
MP Undram Chinbat, Chair of Mongolia, UK Group in the Parliament of Mongolia, congratulated the organisers for their efforts to implement the policy on Law on Cinematography and expressed that the Government of Mongolia would support any collaboration between the Mongolian and foreign filmmakers, who use Mongolia as location for their shooting.
The following presentations were delivered at the Panel discussion followed by Q&A.
Mongolian Producer N.Enkhbat, who initiated the Mongolian Film Festival in the UK, gave a brief introduction to the history and the present situation of the film industry in his talk on Mongolian Cinema in the Past and Present. He described the successes achieved by Mongolian filmmakers at international film festivals, such as the Cannes, Busan, Locarno, Berlinale, and others, and suggested the feasible ways that the Government and the film industry could support independent filmmakers in Mongolia.
UK Producer Ian Allardyce, whose film ‘Од ба Гэгээ’ was screened at the Mongolian Film Festival in the UK, spoke on Co-production in Mongolia, based on his experience of working on local films and co-production. He suggested interesting ideas for developing script writing, fundraising, and accessing the international production events such as Focus, which would help Mongolia’s creatives to explore the international market and co-production.
MP Amartuvshin Gannibal, Member of the Standing Committee on Education, Culture, Science and Sport, who worked in the Working Group on the Law on Cinematography, further explained the incentives for international and domestic productions reflected in the Film Law, including 30 percent cash rebate for qualifying films and TV productions taking place in Mongolia, an additional 10 percent cultural incentive for showcasing and highlighting Mongolian cultural heritage and a 5 percent foreign crew and talent incentive. In combination, the rebate comes to the total of 45 percent, if qualified.
Following the Panel discussion, His Excellency Enkhsukh Battumur, the Ambassador of Mongolia, welcomed the organisers and the MPs and creative industry guests at the reception.
The Panel discussion has officially marked the end of the Mongolian Film Festival in the UK and the organisers expressed their gratitude to Ambassador Enkhsukh Battumur, Minister of Culture Nomin Chinbat and the officials of the Mongolian Embassy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Culture of Mongolia, MPs on Standing Committee on Education, Culture, Science and Sport G.Damdinnyam, Ch.Undram and G.Amartuvshin, Media partner Azaa Studio and the Mongolian filmmakers for their support in and contribution to organising the film festival successfully. The organisers also thanked the British and international guests present at the Panel discussion and noted that they are looking to run the Mongolian Film Festival annually in the UK.
Organisers of the Mongolian Film Festival:
Filmmaker/Curator Enkhbat Natsagdorj
Unurmaa Janchiv Cultural Envoy of Mongolia
Actress Bayartsetseg Altangerel
Special thanks to the Supporters:
Embassy of Mongolia to the United Kingdom
Ministry of Culture of Mongolia
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia
University of Cambridge
University of East Anglia
Mongolian Film Institute
AMBASSADOR ENKHSUKH BATTUMUR PRESENTED HIS LETTERS OF CREDENCE TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN ELIZABETH II
His Excellency Mr Enkhsukh Battumur, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Mongolia to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, has presented his Letters of Credence to Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday, 15th March 2022.
While conveying the warm greetings of His Excellency Mr Khurelsukh Ukhnaa, President of Mongolia, Ambassador Enkhsukh Battumur extended his congratulations on the occasion of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Ambassador Enkhsukh Battumur highlighted that the next year marks the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries and expressed his commitment to further strengthen traditionally friendly relations between Mongolia and the United Kingdom.
Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II emphasized the importance of next year’s anniversary while highlighting potentials for further strengthening the bilateral cooperation.
Dear fellow Mongolians,
Dear investors and businesses,
Dear tourists, who planned to come to Mongolia but waited for 2 years due to the pandemic,
The Government of Mongolia has decided to shift from “Orange level” of high-level emergency preparedness to “Yellow level” where Mongolia will be fully open to international travel. This decision has been taken based on vaccine coverage rate of the population and the latest risk assessment results. As of today, 92 percent of the eligible population has been fully vaccinated, 52 percent of the eligible population has received a 3rd booster shot and a further 90 thousand individuals have received the 4th dose of vaccine.
All COVID restrictions are being lifted as of today in Mongolia. We will continue to administer vaccines and recommend handwashing, wearing masks and physical distancing for your protection.
Investors and tourists are welcome to Mongolia with no additional requirements if fully vaccinated. If you have not yet been vaccinated, you are welcome to Mongolia and eligible to be vaccinated in Mongolia upon arrival.
Dear investors and tourists,
In my capacity as Prime Minister of Mongolia, I assure you that the Government of Mongolia, the private sector, and tourism companies will work diligently to ensure your safety and provide prompt services to ensure hassle-free travel to Mongolia, on either business or pleasure.
I would like to note that this decision does not include border posts to avoid supply chain disruptions. We will keep ensure border posts with our two neighbors at high-level of emergency preparedness.
Ambassador B.Enkhsukh held a meeting with the Director of “Mongol Identity” SCIO P.Uuganbayar on 07 February 2022. During the meeting, Ambassador B.Enkhsukh exchanged views on the activities of the “Mongol Identity” SCIO and discussed opportunities to support and cooperate with the organization.
Mongol Identity is a nonprofit, non-political Charitable Incorporated Organization registered in Scotland that promotes the values of the Mongolian people, Mongolian culture, art and history. As part of the Mongol Identity’s dictionary definition campaign, the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary has decided to remove the outdated terms of the words ‘mongol’, ‘mongoloid’, and ‘mongolism’.
Ambassador B.Enkhsukh expressed his gratitude for the active, consistent and effective work against misinterpretation and misuse of the word “Mongol” and conveyed the Embassy’s willingness to support.
In response to prevent the spread of a new Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2, persons arriving from abroad shall be quarantined at a government designated facility for 3 days /72 hours/. Following recommendations shall be followed:
- Persons are subject to rapid and PCR tests at the airport.
- In the event of a “positive” result, person shall be under temporary isolated in the Isolation unit, then shall be transferred to a hospital (NCCD) for treatment.
- In the event of a “negative” result, person shall be transported to a government designated facility by bus or pre-arranged vehicle and shall be quarantined for 3 days /72 hours/.
- Person quarantined at a government designated facility shall be required to re-give PCR test after 48 hours. In the event of “negative” result, person shall be required to follow home quarantine regime for 7 days.
- In case the PCR test result is positive, the NCCD Surveillance team shall transport the person from a government designated facility to the hospital for treatment.
- In case of a close contact of “positive” tested one, person will be contacted about it by NCCD.
- Resident doctors will provide medical services during the quarantine at the government designated facility. If necessary, specialized doctors will do the check up and may transfer to the hospital.
- Person in quarantine at the government designated facility may receive anything except drug, alcohol, cigarette and perishable food products.
- Minors under the age 18, person with disability, elders and person in need of care have to go under the quarantine with guardian at the government designated facility.
- Individual going under the quarantine at the government designated facility has to pay following fee:
- children aged 0-3 years: free of charge;
- children aged 4-12 years: 50,000 MNT;
- individual aged above: 13,000 – 100,000 MNT.
- Transport related cost is 20,000 MNT for each person and has to be paid upon arrival at the quarantine facility.
- If the person has an intention to go under the quarantine at the government designated facility with the additional cost has required pre-booking at the quarantine hotel.
Kempinski Hotel 94000198 Tuushin Hotel 95096012
Ibis 99171559 Novotel 99009098
Ramada 99114060 Holiday Inn 80002249
Corporate Conventional 99111355
- For any complaints and requests related to the government designated quarantine facility, please call 119.
State Emergency Commission
His Excellency Enkhsukh Battumur, Ambassador-designate of Mongolia to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, has presented working copies of his credentials to Ms Victoria Busby, Vice-Marshal of the Diplomatic Corps and Director of Protocol of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office on 2 December 2021.
During the meeting, Ambassador Enkhsukh Battumur expressed he is honoured to represent Mongolia in the UK, and shared his agenda on further developing bilateral relations during his tenure.