Mongolian exhibits participate at The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art in Queensland, AU Please visit https://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/whats-on/exhibitions/apt8
Members of the Mongolia-Australia Friendship group of Australian Parliament were received at the Embassy.
The Embassy of Mongolia in Australia and ANU Mongolian Institute are happy to invite everyone to a very unique performance of the 2015 grand finalists of the “ASIA’S GOT A TALENT” show – The “KHUSUGTUN” ethnic ballad band of Mongolia in Australia. The “KHUSUGTUN” ethnic band will perform a live concert in Canberra, at ANU […]
November 4, Canberra, H.E. Mr. Batlai Chuluunhuu, Ambassador of Mongolia to Australia, has attended the working luncheon hosted by Swiss Ambassador Marcel Stutz to Australia on the occasion of the Swiss Chair of the IDEA International. Ambassador exchanged views with Ambassadors of Belgium, Indonesia, PNG and Finland, Nuncio of Vatican and the IDEA Asia-Pacific Regional […]
The third Open Conference on Mongolian Studies was held at the ANU on the 3rd of November 2015. Keynote speakers included Igor De Rachewilz, Emeritus Professor, ANU, Professor Zayabaatar Dalai, Scientific secretary of the National Council for Mongolian studies and Mr John Man. The conference was organised by the Mongolia Institute, which was founded in 2011; […]
For the first time, Mongolia has been elected as the Member of UN Human Rights Council for the term 2016-2018. The Council comprises of 47 members; and along Mongolia other 17 nations were elected as Members of the Council.
October 21, Sydney, H.E. Batlai Chuluunhuu, Ambassador of Mongolia to Australia paid a courtesy call to Prof Dame Marie Bashir AD CVO. Dame Marie Bashir visited Mongolia in 2010 and 2012 as the Governor of NSW.
October 19, Canberra, H.E. Batlai Chuluunhuu, Ambassador of Mongolia to Australia has briefly met The Hon Julie Bishop, the Foreign Minister of Australia, during the official launch of the Australia’s candidacy for the UN Human Rights Council for the term 2018-2020.
October 2, Canberra, H.E. Batlai Chuluunhuu, Ambassador of Mongolia to Australia, met with Dr. Nigel Finch, the new Honourary Consul of Mongolia in Sydney, Australia, and presented his Honourary Consul seal and Patent. Dr. Nigel Finch will be the new Honuorary Consul of Mongolia throughout New South Wales, Australia.
Today, His Excellency Mr Batlai Chuluunhuu presented his Credentials to His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter John Cosgrove AK, MC (Retd), Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia, and officially assumed his duties.