Creative Curating, the Embassy of Mongolia and Cultural Envoy of Mongolia Mrs Unurmaa Janchiv, will present Mongolian artists and their paintings at the 4th edition


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The Prime Minister of Mongolia Mr. J.Erdenebat sent a letter of condolences to the British Prime Minister Teresa May. The Prime Minister of Mongolia said that he is deeply saddened by  the news of terrorist attack in London which took away the precious lives of many people and inflicted irrecoverable loss. The Government of Mongolia condemns the terrorist attack and expresses deep sorrow and sympathy to the families of the deceased and injured and the people of the United Kingdom.


Newly arrived Ambassador of Mongolia to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland His Excellency, S.Bayar presented his credentials to Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II at the Buckingham Palace on March 1, 2017.

Spouse of the Ambassador and diplomats of the Embassy of Mongolia were present at the ceremony. The diplomatic relations between the two countries was established in 1963 and Ambassador S.Bayar has become the 13th Mongolian Ambassador to present the credentials to Her Majesty.

His Excellency, S.Bayar previously served as an Ambassador of Mongolia to the Russian Federation from 2001 to 2005 and Prime Minister of Mongolia between 2007-2009.

J.Blunden: Mongolia is not a country to visit in a hurry.

Jane Blunden, Mongolian expert, one of the first Irish travellers fell in love with Mongolia over thirty years ago when travelling in her 20s. She is an author of “Mongolia travel guide“ and her book has been published in third edition in 2014.  She wrote “…such travel to a far-off country both brings us home and teaches us about ourselves revealing, perhaps, our true identities and, maybe, our deepest desires and greatest fears…” The guide reviews new hotels and restaurants which are popping up as business is booming. Mongolia provides all the information you’ll need to arrange an unforgettable stay with Mongolian nomads, enjoying the centuries-old lifestyle of a traditional Mongolian house – Ger.

Mr Odonjil Banzragch, Minister-Сounsellor of Mongolian Embassy in London, J.Blunden and her sister C.Blunden  are looking to further enhance bilateral relations through cultural, humanitarian cooperation between the two countries.


(Source: CNN.COM) Help has arrived for travelers who’ve resolved to avoid spending their tourism cash in countries with poor human rights and environmental records.

Non-profit group Ethical Traveler — a project of the Berkeley-based Earth Island Institute — has just released its annual list of the 10 most forward-thinking countries in the developing world.

According to the California-based group, each country is reviewed for its performance in the areas of human rights, social welfare, animal welfare and environmental protection.

At the same time, it also needs to have plenty of appeal as a travel destination.

Five first-timers have made this year’s list — Grenada, Micronesia, Mongolia, Panama and Tuvalu.

“By spending travel dollars in forward-thinking countries, explorers can reward the good guys — and encourage humane practices worldwide,” says Ethical Traveler’s report.

The 2016 winners, in alphabetical order, are:

1. Cape Verde

2. Dominica

3. Grenada

4. Micronesia (Federated States)

5. Mongolia

6. Panama

7. Samoa

8. Tonga

9. Tuvalu

10. Uruguay

“There are seven island nations on the 2016 list, marking a continuing trend in the winners’ circle,” says the report.

“Climate change affects islands dramatically, so island nations tend to put extra effort toward effective environmental policies.”

Mongolia’s inclusion is also significant, as it’s the first developing mainland Asian country to ever appear on the list.

“While we acknowledge that no country is perfect, we honor those that strive to build a better, more sustainable society,” says Ethical Traveler co-founder and travel author Jeff Greenwald.

“Their neighbors can learn and benefit from their example — and so can we.”


Creative Curating, the Embassy of Mongolia and Cultural Envoy of Mongolia Mrs Unurmaa Janchiv, will present Mongolian artists and their paintings at the 4th edition of the Oxford International Art Fair taking place on 24th, 25th and 26th February 2017 in city of Oxford, UK.

We cordially invite you to visit us at Stand OL18 and vote for us.

As the Runner Up Award Winner of the Oxford International Art Fair in 2015, we are excited to be back showcasing contemporary and traditional artworks of our talented Mongolian artists based in the UK, Mongolia and Poland:

Batbileg Darjaa – Otgonbayar Tod – Tuwdendorj Dariizav – Sendem Choijamts – Elbegzaya Khaltar – Altantsooj Sosorbaram – Odgerel Otgonbayar – Ochirerdene Munkhtulga – Molor-Od Otgonbayar

A rich mix of talented artists from over 30 countries display their artworks at this annual Art Fair, attracting over 6000 visitors every year. This year’s highlight will be an original artwork by the British contemporary artist Damien Hirst, to be displayed by InVogue Art Gallery.


Friday 24th Feb 18.00-21.00

VIP Private View Vernissage. Champagne reception, and live music

£10 GBP Booking required

Saturday 25th Feb 11.00-18.00 FREE ENTRY prebook online

Sunday 26th Feb 11.00-18.00 FREE ENTRY prebook online.

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Twitter: @ ‪CulturalEnvoyMN;  @ ‪CreativeCurate


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Publicity: Azaa Studio


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Ambassador S.Bayar has assumed his duty

On 16 February 2017 and in accordance with the Court of St James’s protocol procedures, H.E. Mr. S.Bayar, the Mongolian Ambassador to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, had a call on Mr. Julian Evans, Director of Protocol and Vice-Marshal of the Diplomatic Corps at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and has handed a working copy of his Letter of Credence addressed to Her Majesty the Elizabeth II.
While extending best success in ambassadorial tenure, Mr. J.Evans, as the first government official meeting from the UK side, has confirmed that the Court of St James’s protocol recognizes as H.E. Mr. S.Bayar assumed his official duty by handing in the working copy of his Letter of Credence.
H.E. Mr.S.Bayar has assured his commitment to the joint endeavour to furthering the s.bayarfriendly bilateral ties and cooperation.

Ambassador of Mongolia to the United Kingdom


Holds diplomatic rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary


2017- Present Ambassador of Mongolia to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

2012-2016 Adviser to the Chairman, Mongolian People’s Party

2008-2012 Member of Parliament

2007-2009 Prime Minister, the Government of Mongolia

2005-2007 Secretary General, Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party

2001-2005 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Mongolia to the Russian Federation

1997-2001 Chief of the Presidential Office of Mongolia

1994-1997 Director, Institute for Strategic Studies of Mongolia

1993-1994 Researcher, Washington State University, USA

1992-1993 Professor, Academy of State and Society Studies of Mongolia

1990-1992 Member of Parliament, Chairman of the Standing Committee on the State Structure

1988-1990 Deputy Chief, State Committee of Radio and Television

1983-1988 Editor and Editor-in-Chief, MONTSAME News Agency

1979-1983 Private and officer, General Staff of the Mongolian Armed Forces

1978-1979 Supervisor, Ulaanbaatar Citizens Representatives Khural


1973-1978 Degree in Law, Moscow State University, Russia


Date and place of birth: 1956, Ulaanbaatar



Parliament Speaker receives UK Ambassador

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Parliament Speaker M.Enkhbold received Catherine Arnold, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United Kingdom to Mongolia on February 1.

At the beginning of the meeting, the Parliament Speaker, M.Enkhbold remarked that “Mongolia and the United Kingdom have a long history of cooperation as the latter is the first western country to establish diplomatic relations with Mongolia”.

Emphasizing that the high-level reciprocal visits becomes more regular, the relations between the legislative bodies of the two countries have started developing more consistently, the Parliament Speaker said “Cooperation between the parliaments is crucial in creating more favorable legal environment to resolve the pressing issues of the economy, trade and investment”.

After confirming the invitation for John Bercow, Speaker of the House of Commons to visit Mongolia, the Parliament Speaker has a willingness to expand the mutually beneficial relations with the UK by reassuring the cooperation of the two countries in education, military, mining, energy and information sectors.

He then noted his intention to increase the number of Mongolian students to study in the UK under the scholarship program of the UK government. “Mongolia gives importance to attracting UK investors, importing eco-friendly technologies and learning from the substantial experiences of the UK”

In response to the Parliament Speaker, Ambassador Catherine Arnold expressed her gratitude towards the Speaker for the meeting and a wish to expand bilateral relations.

Catherine Arnold continued “It is possible to broaden the scope of the educational programs, in particular, by improving the English language knowledge of public servants through consecutive trainings. We are capable of enhancing potentials of universities through co-projects and technical supports. Recently, the National University of Mongolia has started cooperating with two UK universities, which laid the groundwork of an effective relations in this area. Also, we’re working with the Asian Development Bank on renewable energy project to improve energy supplies in the western region of Mongolia. As for the railroad industry, “Pandrol” company of UK has started manufacturing railway fixtures and ties.

“As UK investors are interested in Mongolia, more information and promotion about Mongolia should be available. We’re planning to organize investment-related meeting or forum by sometime this spring in Mongolia. And just a few days ago, the mining representatives from Britain attended the Oyu Tolgoi Supplier Forum and signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Ministry of Mining and Heavy Industry of Mongolia” remarked the Ambassador.

Honorary consul

Mr. Richard Holmes
Honorary Consul

Northern Ireland
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Mr. Mark Sherry

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Embassy staff

Minister-Counsellor and DHM

Mr. ODONJIL Banzragch



Counsellor (Visa)

Ms. UYANGA Dorjsuren



Counsellor (Trade and Economic Affairs)

Ms. ARIUNSANAA Tseyen-Oidov



Counsellor (Consular Affairs)

Mr. OTGONBAYAR Lkhamsuren



First Secretary (Office Administrator-Cultural Affairs)




First Secretary (Political Affairs)

Mr. BATBOLD Maruush


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