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Pollution levels in Ulaanbaatar had become worse than that in cities such as Beijing and New Delhi, UNICEF and the public health agency said in their report, released on Thursday.
"Azza lived in the village school dormitory and had nothing so, when I got back to Ulaanbaatar, I bought the ingredients to make some cupcakes, got my grade 12 students to bake them and we sold them to raise money to buy winter clothes for Azza.
He was addressing retreat session of the 11th ASEM Summit in Ulaanbaatar, in which a wide range of regional and international issues were discussed by the leaders from Asia and Europe.
He also referred to the cultural commonalities and age-old relations between the two countries, and voiced Tehran's preparedness to further develop cooperation with Ulaanbaatar in cultural and scientific fields.
Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe paid a short visit to Ulaanbaatar yesterday with his wife, Akie Abe, upon the invitation of President of Mongolia Ts.Elbegdorj, as part of a tour of five Central Asian countries to boost economic ties with Japan.
The new Ulaanbaatar Airport will initially have six departure gates but its design envisages an expansion to 20 gates, potentially serving 20 million passengers annually from 2024.
Prior to joining Ramada Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia, he worked at resorts and hotels in the South Pacific, Africa, Asia and East Europe.
Capital City Governor's Office and the World Bank said it has organized representatives from municipality, districts and government ministries, as well as CSOs and development organizations to participate in a roundtable discussion on improving sanitation in Ulaanbaatar city's ger areas.
Genghis Khan and the equestrian statue, the largest in the world, near Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Having finally reached their destination yesterday, the friends wrote: "The little Micra carried us all the way from Wales to Ulaanbaatar.
Richard has been living for nearly a year now in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia.