Chinese embassy issues statement about fight between Chinese workers and Mongolian security guards

Chinese embassy in Ulaanbaatar issued statement today about recent fight between Chinese construction workers and Mongolian security guards.

Over last weekend, some chinese construction workers building central lab building of State specialized inspection agency of Mongolia funded by Chinese government grant fought with two Mongolian security guards of nearby "Sky Hypermarket" in Khan-Uul district of Ulaanbaatar.

According to Munhjargal, head of office of the inspection agency, water pipes in the construction area were leaking and Chinese workers entered fenced area of "Sky Hypermarket" to close valves of the leaking pipe in the middle of night.

Two mongolian security guards of the shopping center stopped the Chinese and could not understand what Chinese were doing in fenced area of shopping center as Chinese did not speak any Mongolian and Mongolians did not speak any Chinese.Due to misunderstanding, they started to fight. Two policemen from the Khan-Uul district which were called to the site were severely beaten by the Chinese armed with shovels and iron bars. 2 members of fringe group "Wolf of the Steppe" (Taliin Tsoovor Chono) which went to the construction site were also beaten by the Chinese workers.

About 30 Chinese workers were involved in the fight. Police arrested six chinese workers which led the fight. About 100 Chinese workers are working in the construction area.

Chinese embassy said in the statement that the police investigation into the case will be conducted justly and legally. Nationalist-fringe groups called for expulsion of guilty Chinese workers who beaten Mongolian people in Mongolia.

By Gansukh, reporter for MonInfo News Service
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