ON MEASURES TO BE ENFORCED FROM 1 FEBRUARY 2020

In connection to the World Health Organization conclusion and advice and the decision by the Government of Mongolia, the below measures to be enforced from 1 February until 2 March 2020 in response to the novel coronavirus 2019-nCoV outbreak. Up to date, there are no confirmed cases of coronavirus in the country, however, Mongolia is considered to be at high risk.

 

  • Entry of foreign nationals into Mongolia through all border crossings with China (air, railway, auto roads) will be restricted.

 

  • Mongolian nationals will be allowed entry into Mongolia through road crossings of Bulgan-Takashiken in Khovd province, Zamyn-Uud-Erlian in Dornogovi province, Bayankhoshuu-Uvdug in Dornod province from 1 February until 5 February 2020, and through Buyant-Ukhaa (Chinggis Khaan International Airport) airport and Zamyn-Uud railway port from 6 February until 2 March 2020.

 

  • Foreign nationals are allowed to travel from Mongolia to China through Buyant-Ukhaa airport (Chinggis Khaan International Airport) and Zamyn-Uud railway port.

 

  • Mongolian nationals are prohibited from travel to the People’s Republic of China until 2 March 2020.

 

  • Restrictions will not be applied to truck drivers and their vehicles crossing the Mongolia-China border through Bulgan-Takashiken, Shiveekhuu-Sekhee, Gashuunsukhait-Gantsmod, Khangi-Mandal, Zamyn-Uud-Erlian, Bichigt-Zuunkhatavch, Bayankhoshuu-Uvdug border points.

 

  • No restrictions imposed on export and imports of goods and products.

 

Certain restrictions will be applied to issuing visas to foreign nationals applying for visas at the Diplomatic Missions of Mongolia in the People’s Republic of China during the above mentioned period of time.

 

Under these circumstances, the Embassy will be unavailable to provide express service of 1 business day. Only standard service of 5 business days will be in place.

The Delegation from Ministry of Mining attended at the “Metals and Mining” conference in London

State Secretary of Ministry of Mining and Heavy Industry Mr. G.Nandinjargal has delivered a keynote speech on Mongolian mining industry at the “LSEG EMEA Metals & Mining” conference, held in London on 1 November 2019.

In his speech, State Secretary highlighted the importance of the mining sector in the Mongolian economy, which it accounts for 24% of GDP, 72% of the industrial sector, 70% of the FDI, 89% of total exports as of 1Q of 2019 and eventually he encouraged participants to invest in Mongolian rich mineral resource sector.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Furthermore, representatives of the Ministry of Mining and Heavy Industry and “ETT mining” company made a presentation on current state of Mongolia’s Petroleum and Heavy Industry and preparation of ETT IPO.

БРИТАНИ ДАХЬ МОНГОЛ ИРГЭД “THE HU” ХАМТЛАГИЙНХАНТАЙ УУЛЗЛАА

Монголын хүннү рок “HU” хамтлагийнхныг Британид оршин суугаа монгол иргэдтэй 2019 оны 6 дугаар сарын 18-ны өдөр Британийн альтернатив хөгжмийн төв цэг болсон “Camden Underworld”-д уулзах уулзалтыг тус ЭСЯ зохион байгууллаа. Уулзалтаар манай иргэд хамтлагийнхантай чөлөөт яриа өрнүүлж, “I-tunes” болон “Billboard”-ын жагсаалтад дээгүүр байр эзлэн яваа дуунуудыг нь сонсож сонирхлоо.

 

Invitation of Expression of Interest for Pre-qualification of Copper Concentrator Project

The Copper Concentrator Project Unit, Ministry of Mining and Heavy Industry of Mongolia invites submissions for Expression of Interest/Pre-Qualification of (Proponents) Applicants for the new construction project of a Copper Smelting and Producing Plant, at Umnugobi province, Mongolia.

This Invitation on the pre-qualification is announced in connection with the public announcement of the bid for the selection of a project investor for the construction project of a Copper Smelting and Producing Plant. The pre-qualification and the bidding process takes place according to the Investment Law of Mongolia and the domestic and international regulation on the bidding of public-private partnership.

The Ministry of Mining and Heavy Industries (hereinafter referred to as “the Procuring Entity”) together with Ministry of Finance and National Development Agency intends to pre-qualify companies for the purpose of selecting foreign and domestic investors for the making of the investment agreement for the construction project of a Copper Smelting and Producing Plant in Mongolia.

Invitation on the Pre-qualification of a Project will be announced on 22 July 2019.

An interested Investor may receive a pre-qualification document by the written request at the address specified below within 06 May 2019, at 17:30 pm.

Interested investors may clarify and obtain additional information about the project and this pre-qualification document from the Project Unit of a Copper Smelting and Producing Plant in Mongolia of the Ministry of Mining and Heavy Industry at the address stated below on May 06-27, 2019, from 14:00 pm to 17:00 pm.

 

The application shall be submitted to the address specified below, before 20 June 2019, 17:30 pm. The Procuring Entity has a right to receive or return the late application. The Investor shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and submission of its application.

The Procuring Entity shall send a pre-qualification result notice to Investors who submitted Applications.

Contact for inquiry:

Copper Smelting and Producing Plant Project Unit

Ministry of Mining and Heavy Industry

2nd Apartment of the Government

United Nation’s street 5/2

Ulaanbaatar-13380 Mongolia

Phone number: +976 51 262981

Email: copperproject@mmhi.gov.mn

Web site: www.mmhi.gov.mn

AMBASSADOR TULGA NARKHUU ATTENDED “EMERGING EUROPE & CENTRAL ASIA” CONFERENCE

On 17 April, Ambassador of Mongolia to the UK, H.E. Mr. Tulga Narkhuu attended as a panelist in Mongolian session of “Emerging Europe & Central Asia” conference in London, where he made a briefing on current Mongolian economic performance and Erdenes Tavantolgoi IPO.

 

 

 

 

The Ambassador also joined Mr. Nikhil Rathi, CEO of London Stock Exchange, Mr. Siniša Mali, Serbian Minister of Finance, Mr. Robert Jenrick MP, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, for the LSE’s market opening ceremony.

 

 

There were 400 people from international banks, financial institutions, and investors came to the conference and discussed Europe and Central Asia’s market environment in panel discussions covering topics of investment flows, growth forecast and access to capital markets.

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