A delegation from the EBRD’s Board of Directors will visit Mongolia on 26 October. During their five-day stay the Directors will meet senior Mongolian officials to discuss reforms and priorities for the country’s economy. The visit will also present an opportunity to take stock of the EBRD’s assistance to Mongolia aimed at overcoming the negative impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and mitigating geopolitical adversities caused by Russia’s war on Ukraine.
Representatives from the EBRD Board of Directors visiting Mongolia will include:
Caspar Veldkamp representing the Netherlands, China, Mongolia, North Macedonia and Armenia
Eva Cassel representing Sweden, Iceland and Estonia
Cagatay Imirgi representing Turkey, Romania, Azerbaijan, Moldova and the Kyrgyz Republic
Philip Lindsay representing Australia, Korea, New Zealand and Egypt
Yann Pouezat representing France
Leander Treppel representing Austria, Israel, Cyprus, Malta, Kazakhstan, and Bosnia and Herzegovina
Enrique Alejo representing Spain and Mexico and the United Arab Emirates
Dimitris Metaxas-Trikardos representing Portugal, Greece, San Marino and India
Markus Schulte representing the European Union.
The EBRD is the largest foreign private sector investor in Mongolia with 93 percent of its portfolio in the private sector. To date the Bank has invested almost EUR2.2 billion in the country’s economy through 122 projects.