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Export Mongolia 2020

We would like to extend a warm invitation to the “Export Mongolia 2020” International Virtual Forum & Expo on 19-20 November 2020 being jointly organized

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“EXPORT MONGOLIA 2020” International Virtual Forum and Expo

           

              Welcome to join a diverse group of Mongolian and International participants and businesses in B2B and B2G interactive meetings at “EXPORT MONGOLIA 2020” International Virtual Forum and Expo.

 

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A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO:

●      Discover potential Mongolian natural brands and products – VIRTUAL EXHIBITION

●      Meet Mongolian entrepreneurs and producers with goods and services for export markets – VIRTUAL EXHIBITION

●      Interact with Mongolia’s export and international trade policy decision-makers as well as with Mongolian potential exporters – VIRTUAL FORUM

●      Familiarize yourself with Mongolia’s investment environment and business opportunities – VIRTUAL B2B, B2G MEETING

 

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INVITATION FOR “EXPORT MONGOLIA 2020”

Export Mongolia 2020

We would like to extend a warm invitation to the “Export Mongolia 2020” International Virtual Forum & Expo on 19-20 November 2020 being jointly organized by the Government of Mongolia, the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the World Bank’s Export Promotion Project and the Export and International Trade Center.

Within the framework of the “Export Mongolia 2020” forum, discussions will be held on export policies, new opportunities and challenges. In addition, B2B and B2G meetings will be held virtually to introduce the projects and programs sought and implemented by Mongolian national brand manufacturers, exporters and investors.

Please visit www.exportmongolia.org for more information.

AMBASSADOR TULGA NARKHUU VISITED THE PARKER LIBRARY, CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE

As part of the Government’s decision to establish the “Chinggis Khaan” Museum, Ambassador of Mongolia to the United Kingdom Tulga Narkhuu visited the University of Cambridge on 04 November 2020 and held meetings with the Master of Corpus Christi College Professor Christopher Kelly, Director of the Parker Library Dr Philippa Hoskin and Director of Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit Professor David Sneath.

During the meeting, the Ambassador viewed the manuscripts of William Rubruk’s journey, and of John de Plano Carpini’s journey being stored at the Parker Library, and discussed the possibility of receiving the facsimiles of these historical documents and sources related to Mongolian history and heritage and displaying them in the “Chinggis Khaan” Museum of Mongol Khans. The Parker Library has expressed their willingness to transfer the copy ownership rights to the Mongolian side.

The Parker Library is the College’s greatest national heritage treasure. It is internationally renowned for its important collection of Medieval and Renaissance manuscripts, as well as valuable holdings of early printed books. It is one of the most significant surviving Renaissance libraries in Europe.

THE EMBASSY IS RESUMING ISSUANCE OF DIPLOMATIC, OFFICIAL AND BUSINESS VISAS

Starting from the 12 October 2020 the Embassy is resuming issuance of diplomatic, official and business visas. (categories D, A and B respectively).
At the same time the Embassy reconfirms that all travellers to Mongolia from overseas required to undergo a 21-day quarantine period under observation at a government-monitored quarantine facility for 21 days, expenses of which should be born by the inviting Mongolian party or by the traveller.
The Embassy also advises that the diplomatic and official visas obtained may be extended for of 30 days by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia and business visas by the Immigration Agency of Mongolia.

EXTENSION OF THE PARTIAL UNDERTAKING OF HIGH-ALERT PREPAREDNESS

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government of Mongolia, on 14 September 2020, has decided to extend the partial undertaking of high-alert preparedness and continue the temporary suspension of the entry of all passengers through all border checkpoints of Mongolia until 31 October 2020. Furthermore, it is decided to cancel 14 days home-isolation regime following the completion of 21 days quarantine requirement at designated facilities of all passengers arriving in Mongolia.

 

PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION 2020 RESULTS

The General Election Commission of Mongolia concluded that the 8th parliamentary – State Great Khural election was held in accordance with the Constitution of Mongolia, the Law on Central Election Authority, the Election Law of the State Great Khural, the Law on Automated Electoral System and other relevant laws.

The official results are as follows: the Mongolian People’s Party (MPP) won the majority or 62 seats out of 76, while the opposition Democratic Party (DP) gained 11 seats and the remaining three seats were taken up by an independent N.Altankhuyag (former Prime Minister and DP leader), T.Dorjkhand, leader of the “Right Person Electorate Coalition” (National Labor Party, Mongolian Social Democratic Party and Justice Party) and S.Ganbaatar, Vice Chairman of the “Our Coalition” (Mongolian Revolutionary People’s Party, Civil Will-Green Party and Mongolian Traditional United Party) respectively.

The 2020 parliamentary election was conducted in a new legal setting with a multi-mandated and enlarged constituency, where 13 parties, 4 coalitions, 121 independents, a total of 606 candidates running.

Out of 2,003,969 eligible voters 1,475,895 or 73.65 percent participated in the election, which marked the largest voter turnout since 2000.

Out of the newly elected MPs, 13 or 17.1 percent of the total seats will be held by female members.

In accordance with the Election Law of the State Great Khural, the General Election Commission will submit the official results of the parliamentary election to the President of Mongolia and the Speaker of the State Great Khural, after issuing temporary validation cards for the newly elected members of the Parliament on 29 June, 2020.

 

EXTENSION OF BORDER RESTRICTIONS UNTIL 30 APRIL 2020

In response to the global wide and rapid spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government of Mongolia has decided to impose the following restriction measures:

  • Extend the partial undertaking of high-alert preparedness until 30 April 2020,
  • Temporarily suspend entry of all passengers through all border checkpoints until 30 April 2020,

These restrictions do not apply to:

  • Accredited staff and their direct family members of diplomatic missions and offices of international organizations in Mongolia (to be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival)
  • Foreign nationals who are direct family members of Mongolian nationals (to be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival), and
  • International freight transport drivers and railway train personnel of Mongolia, Russia and China.

Hence, the Embassy has temporarily suspended all types of visa services for foreign nationals to travel to Mongolia during the abovementioned restriction period. Should you have any further question or clarification, please contact us by email at visa@embassyofmongolia.co.uk.

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