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The capital of Mongolia laid flowers to the memorial of the memory of Soviet soldiers

In the capital of Mongolia, in a warm and very friendly atmosphere, a solemn laying of wreaths and flowers took place at the memorial to the memory of Soviet soldiers on Mount Zaisan, as well as at the monument to the outstanding Russian commander Georgy Zhukov, ITAR-TASS reports.

The full event was attended by members of the Russian embassy, ​​representatives of the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia, as well as the ambassadors of Kazakhstan, China and the Counselor-envoy of France. Wreaths and flowers were also laid by representatives of Russian-Mongolian joint ventures, students of Russian schools and branches of higher educational institutions.

On the occasion of Victory Day, a solemn reception was held at the Russian Embassy, ​​which was attended by cabinet ministers, including the Deputy Prime Minister of the Mongolian Government, Dandavian Terbishdagwa, Foreign Minister Luvsanwangangiin Bold, Defense Minister Dashdemberalin Bat Erdene and Economic Development Minister Nyamzhavyn Batbayar.

"Victory Day has always been a great common holiday for Mongols and Russians," said Mongolian Deputy Prime Minister Dandaviin Terbishdagwa at the reception. He recalled that on June 22, 1941, the leadership of the Mongolian People's Republic sent a telegram to the Soviet government, in which it assured the Soviet leadership that "the people of Mongolia will go hand in hand with the people of the Soviet Union."

During the celebration of Victory Day in Ulan Bator, the action "St. George's Ribbon" was also held, festive concerts were held at the Russian Center for Science and Culture, as well as at the school at the Russian Embassy in Mongolia. More than half of the students at this school are citizens of Mongolia.

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