Asashoryu D. Dagvadorj invites PM to retirement ceremony

On August 17, Prime Minister S. Batbold met with the Grand Champion of professional sumo tournament Asashoryu D. Dagvadorj who will have an official ceremony to retire
and cut hair at Kokugikan Palace in Tokyo on October 3. In connection, D. Dagvadorj presented an invitation to the Prime Minister and his spouse to take part in the ceremony. Receiving the invitation, S. Batbold said, “Mongolia’s government and people are very grateful to you for raising Mongolia’s reputation and playing a significant role in promoting the nation. This ceremony would, of course, open
one more page in Mongolia-Japan relations and cooperation. We hope that you can still raise Mongolia’s reputation with other many activities in the future despite leaving the sumo arena. I would like to wish you the best in your life and work”.
More than 16,000 domestic and foreign guests are invited to the ceremony, including famous Japanese businessmen, athletes, artists, and world-known people. From Mongolia, over 100 representatives will attend the ceremony.

source: Mongol Messenger



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