Head of Mongolian Border Troops discharged as consequence of the deadly mutiny

Irregular cabinet meeting of Mongolian government was held this afternoon and replaced A.Baatartsogt, head of the Border Troops with Ts.Sergelen. On Nov 22, four young soldiers shot dead three of their superiors in the middle of night and run away with truck kidnapping seven other soldiers. This unprecedented mutiny among border guards in southern border of country neighboring China shocked the nation. The government appointed working group to investigate the deadly incident and what caused the mutiny.

Sergelen, new head of the bordder troops graduated Military University by then Ministry of Social Security, Management Academy, Higher Courses of Border Troops Academy of Russian Federation and Police Academy of Arab Republic of Egypt.
He served in various positions of the border troops ranging from deputy of border troop station to vice head of administration.

By Battsetseg, reporter of MonInfo News Service

Sources:Press Service of Government of Mongolia and MonInfo News Service



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