Marking the 806th Anniversary of the Great Mongol Empire and the 91st Anniversary of People's Revolution, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary from Mongolia to the Federal Republic of Germany B.Davaadorj organized a dinner reception in Berlin on Monday of June 25, 2012.
Over 150 guests, including the Vice President of the German Bundestag E.Oswald
, the Head of the German-Central Asia groups in Bundestag D.Enkelmann, members of the German Bundestag K.Ruck and U.Kumpf, the Parliamentary Secretary of State of the Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs R.Brauksiepe, the Director-General For Foreign Affairs of the Office of the Federal President Dr. Clemens von Goetze, delegations from German ministries, agencies and private sectors, diplomatic delegates have attended, where Mongolian delegations headed by the Secretary of State of the Ministry of Defense of Mongolia Ts.Togoo
participated in this ceremonial event.
Ambassador B.Davaardorj made an opening speech, where he noted that over the period of the past one year, many activities were implemented in the scope of Mongolia-Germany relations, particularly cooperation between two states has expanded and deepened in every sector. He also emphasized, the successful accomplishment of two significant visits, which were the visit of the Chancellor of Germany A.Merkel to Mongolia in October, 2011
, and the visit of the President of Mongolia Ts.Elbegdorj to Germany in March, 2012
. The Vice President of the German Bundestag E.Oswald expressed his sincere congratulations and compliments at the 806th Anniversary of the Great Mongol Empire and the 91st Anniversary of the People’s Revolution. He continued that the relations between the two countries are satisfactory and had rapidly developed over the past few years, that the frequency of high level meetings was becoming regular and that partnership was prospering in various directions of particular contents, and had congratulated and wished the best for the Mongolian people.
During the dinner reception, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary B.Davaadorj handed the “Friendship” medal to Karl Wendling, the Deputy Director General of Foreign Trade Law, Export Control; Economic Cooperation North Africa, Middle East, Asia, Australia at the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology; to Monika Westphal, the Head of the Administrative Office of the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development; to Peter Pompe, the Head of Protocol of the Federal Ministry of Health, to Knut Eichhorn, staff of the Employment and International Social Policy Department of the Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs; to Frank Fossen, the Board Member of the Mongolia-Germany Cultural Association and the expert on Mongolia Reiner Nuklies. Also, a photography and a fine arts museum about Mongolia
was opened during this dinner reception.