Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Mongolia-DPRK Book Published

Relationship between Mongolia and Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) has gone through 60 years. North Korean Taedonggang Club for the Diplomatic Corps hosted a special ceremony on April 12 (pictured right) to welcome a book titled "Mongolia-DPRK Relations: 60 Years", which was authored by the Mongolian Ambassador J.Lombo.
The ceremony was attended by representatives from Friendship Society of Mongolia-DPRK, Korean Committee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries, Mongolian government delegation headed by Deputy Minister of Education, Culture and Sciences S. Tomor-Ochir, and Darkhan-Uul and Ovorkhangai aimag governors.

In a press notice by Mongolian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the book is an important learning source for the university students and pupils, and researchers.

Pyongyang's state-controlled Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported that the six-chaptered book was released on the occassion of the Day of the Sun (Kim Il-Sung's Birthday).

Picture provided by Mongolian Ministry of Foreign Affairs


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