Mongolia's 'Third Neighbor' Foreign Policy: The Concept and Evolution

Mongolia's 'Third Neighbor' Foreign Policy: The Concept and Evolution

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Since the establishment of the diplomatic relationship between Mongolia and Korea in March 1990, two countries have been encouraging cultural exchange and economic partnership on basis of the 'mutual complementary cooperation' principle. While Mongolia is considered one of the fastest growing Asian countries with vast natural resources in 2013, it is pivotal to discuss the future of Mongolia and Korea relations and explore further cooperation among various industrial sectors in Mongolia and Korea. At the Korea Center monthly luncheon, the Ambassador of Mongolia to Korea, H.E. Baasanjav Ganbold will lecture about the new foreign policies of Mongolia toward Korea after the presidential election in May and how both countries can cooperate to deal with the foreign issues such as North Korea nuclear weapons and promote political and economic interactions. 

Ambassador Series:
Part 4: Future of Mongolia and Korea Relations

Lecture Topic:
"Mongolia's 'Third Neighbor' Foreign Policy: The Concept and Evolution"

Guest Speaker:
H.E. Baasanjav Ganbold, Ambassador, Embassy of Mongolia

12 noon, Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Lotte Hotel Seoul, Charlotte Suite, 36th Floor

RSVP by Friday, June 14, 2013
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Members 30,000 won
Non-members 50,000 won
Embassy/Press 20,000 won

Hanabank 195-910004-19604 Asia Society Korea Center

Event Details

18 June 2013
12:00pm - 1:30pm