PREMIER EXTENDS GREETING ON WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY

 Prime Minister S.Batbold has extended a greeting to press people on the occasion of the World Press Freedom Day.
In his greeting, the Premier says,"Mongolia adopted the Law on Press Freedom in 1998. This was a foundation for the press and information sector to develop independently. Over the past period, the free press sector has promoted and honorably fulfilled its duty of the 'fourth state'. According to the world criteria, Mongolia is considered a country with a half-press freedom. We must give the Mongolian press and media a full-press freedom by strengthening the immunity of the free press.
"With this aim I have initiated and submitted a draft Law on Freedom of Information to parliament for approval. Parliament also plans to pass a law on transparency of information. The Mongolian parliament and government are willing to promote the 'fourth state', to ensure transparency and openness of information and to create related favorable legal conditions.
"I would like to thank the press and information people who have made considerable contribution to making the public understand the government policy and actions and to delivering the people's voice to the state and government. "

source: montsame.mn
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