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Mongolia and Russia discussed military cooperation

Mongolian Defense Minister G.Saikhanbayar and Russian General Staff head Valery Gerasimov held a meeting in Ulaanbaatar to discuss military-technical cooperation between the two countries.

“Such meetings are in line with the spirit of a comprehensive strategic partnership and contribute to expanding

Mongolia’s Covid-19 mortality decreasing

In-hospital mortality is decreasing in patients with COVID-19 over the last week. Today (1 December), Mongolia has reported two deaths related to coronavirus, bringing total toll of Covid-19 to 2005.

Separately, Mongolia confirmed 544 new cases of coronavirus; increased by 161

Restoring traditional Mongolian script

In July 2010, President of Mongolia Ts.Elbegdorj issued a decree to increase official use of traditional Mongolian script. As the Presidential decree became effective from July 1st 2011, to adhere to the regulations, any official document or letter from the

Mongolia bans 10 African countries as omicron fears grow

Mongolia is among number of countries that imposes travel bans on African nations amid fears over the new COVID-19 variant omicron.

Mongolia has imposed travel restrictions on 10 African countries after the potentially more contagious variant was first detected earlier this

11 more Mongolians died from Covid-19 in the past 24 hours

Mongolia has recorded 634 new cases of COVID-19 over the past 24 hours, the lower number since March 25, bringing the national tally to 378,833. Most of the latest confirmed cases were detected in the national capital Ulaanbaatar.

Meanwhile, the country’s

Mongolia’s foreign trade volume increased by 26.3 percent

Mongolia’s top export destination during the period between January and October, 2021 was China, accounting for close to 86 percent of its total exports. China also accounted for 39.7 percent of Mongolia’s total imports, thus becoming the biggest import supplier

Saving the critically endangered musk deer in Mongolia

The number of musk deer in Mongolia has plummeted by some 83 percent since the 1970s, landing them on the country’s red list of critically endangered species.

Despite the fact that hunting of musk deer has been illegal in Mongolia since