Consultative meeting of Honorary Consuls of Mongolia will be held in Ulaanbaatar

Mongolia has 66 honorary consuls, citizens of forty foreign countries around the world. They volunteer to represent Mongolia in various events and some are authorized to issue Mongolian visas and assists Mongolian citizens travelling or living in their respective countries. A citizen of Chinese Hong Kong Kwok Shumin became the first Honorary Consul of Mongolia in 1992.
Regularly, Mongolian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade invites the consuls in Ulaanbaatar for consultative meetings.
This time, Seventh-consultative meeting of the Honorary consults will be held in Ulaanbaatar on Sept 3-4, 2009.

Following honorary consuls will be attending the meeting.

No. Name Country
1. Mr. Andreas Hermann Abraham Pitum Munich, / Germany
2. Mr,Ernest Francis Crossen Dublin / Ireland
3. Mr. José António Domingues Serrão Portugal
4. Mr.Philippe Cahen Luxembourg
5. Mr. S.Haslund-Christensen Copenhagen, Denmark
6. Mr. Alexander Zanzer Antwerpen, Belgium
7. Mr.Juan Arsuaga Echeverria Madrid / Spain
8. Mrs. Rodica Maria Pop Romania
9. Mr. Lamberto Guerrero Turin, / Italy
10. Mr.Bernard Dewit Brussels / Belgium
11. Mr.Zlatko Mateša Croatia
12. Richard Holmes Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
13. Mr.Kjetil Krane Norway
14. Mr. Nguyen Xuan Hanh Vietnam
15. Mr.C.N.Gandagaran Tamilnadu, India
16. Mrs. Nasreen Fatema Awal Bangladesh
17. Mr. Park Jong-Jin Pusan, Korea
18. Mr.Tsetan Gyurman Shrestha Kathmandu, Nepal
19. Mr.Dilip Dandekar Maharashtra, India
20. Mrs.Lim Young-ja Gyonggi, South Korea
21. Mr. Vivit Tejapaibul Thailand
22. Mr.Peter Allport New Zealand
23. Mr.Kim Young-hoon Daegu, South Korea
24. Mr.Kim Yoon-Kwang Incheon, South Korea
25. Sato Noriko Osaka, Japan
26. Girdar Gopal Dalmia West Bengal,India
27. Mr.V.A.Vorotnikov Ekaterinburg , Russia
28. Mr.Abdugafur Yuldashevich Rakhimov Uzbekistan
29. Mr. Georges Fazi Nasraoui Lebanon
30. Mr.N.Injbadar Mexico
31. Honorary Cultural Consul Mr.Paul Van Wouwe Belgium

By Ganbat, reporter of MonInfo News Service



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