Grand Sumo Champion to contribute to relation between Mongolia and Japan

Deputy Premier of Mongolia M. Enkhbold received Friday D.Dagvadorj, the 68th Yokozuna of the Japanese Professional Sumo Wrestling. Mongolian grand champion Asashoryu D.Dagvadorj came back to his homeland, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, at 11:40 am on March 11 after having announced his retirement early February this year.
At the meeting, Mr Enkhbold offered his appreciation to Dagvadorj for achieving the highest rank in professional sumo Yokozuna or Grand Champion and expressed a regret over his early retirement.

"Brilliant success and achievement made by You, the Grand Champion, became an example for our younger generations and have gave them encouragement to go in for not only sumo wrestling but also other sports. A considerable contribution was also made to the relations between Mongolia and Japan," the Deputy Premier said.

Mr Enkhbold said he believes that Dagvadorj, as a recognized well-known person in Japan, will make great contribution to increasing a mutual understanding between the people of the two countries and to promoting the bilateral cooperation in cultural and sports spheres.

Asashoryu in central square of Ulaanbaatar

                                                              Asashoryu's little fan :)


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