Kuwaiti Government to build Mosque and residential town for impoverished Kazakhs in Mongolia

This Thursday, Kuwaiti Ambassador to Mongolia  Khalid Yateem Al-Fadhli and Enkhbold Nyamaa, President of Mongolian Red Crescent Society and chairman of Parliamentary standing committee on state structure signed Cooperation agreement to build residential houses and mosque for Kazakh people in western Mongolia affected by flash flood of last summer. 

Under the Cooperation Agreement, Kuwaiti Government to build 35 houses, garden, mosque for about 100 people and 10 lamp-posts, pavement, two water wells in capital of Bayan-Ulgii province.
This project “ Kuwaiti town” have total budget of $ 277, 835 US dollars and expected to be completed by July, 2017.

Last summer, flash flood hit the capital of Bayan-Ulgii province and about 100 families left homeless and more than 10 people died. At that time, neighboring Kazakhstan sent relief aid to Bayan-Ulgii faster than Mongolian government due to close geographic location.

After the disaster, Mongolian Red Cross Society requested Kuwaiti Government to help those affected by disaster. 


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