Honorary Consulate of Mongolia Opened in Chicago


After leaving a Civil Society Roundtable in New York, as part of the 68th United Nations General Assembly with President Obama, the president of Mongolia, Tsakhia Elbegdorj, stopped in Chicago to open the Honorary Consulate of Mongolia, headed by newly appointed Honorary Consul General Attorney William G. Pintas.
Together with the Mongolian embassy in Washington, D.C., Pintas will help promote U.S.-Mongolian economic relations and assist both American and Mongolian citizens in legal and consular issues related to Mongolia.
In appointing Pintas as Honorary Consul, President Elbegdori recognized his influence and ability to further the objectives of Mongolian businesses and diplomacy in the United States. Ranked by 2013 GDP growth, Mongolia is the fourth-fastest growing economy in the world, which is driven by the country’s mining, finance, and telecommunications industries.
Pintas is owner and partner of the Pintas & Mullins Law Firm, assisting clients nationwide, as well as one of the principals of Preferred Capital Funding, a finance company. At the opening ceremony of the Honorary Consulate, Mongolian President Elbegdori affirmed his intentions to promote bilateral relations between these two nations and their economic allies.
Pintas also expressed his intentions to help protect the legal rights of Mongolians residing in Illinois, to facilitate trade missions, and to increase awareness of business opportunities in the Eastern Central Asian nation. Mongolia is a country of about three million people, landlocked between Russia and China, and in recent years has captured international attention for its vibrant democracy and rapid economic growth rates.
The Honorary Consulate centers its aims on diversification opportunities to ensure Mongolia continues on its path of sustainable investment and development.



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