Five US Ambassadors, State Secretary of Mongolian Foreign Ministry, Mongolian envoys to US and Canada and CEO of IRI will address 25th Anniversary NAMBC Annual General Meeting in DC, April 20-22; USG Door-Knock on April 22 requires advance sign-up

In addition to current US Ambassador Piper Campbell talking about Mongolia’s investment climate, our 25th Anniversary Annual General Meeting and Investors Forum in Washington, DC, April 20-22, will include a panel of four former US Ambassadors from the period 1997-2006 candidly discussing their “Perspectives on Mongolia,” Our keynote speaker will be His Excellency Bat-Amgalan Boldbaatar, State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia. The featured speaker at lunch on April 21 is Ambassador Mark Green, President & CEO of the International Republican Institute (IRI).

Click on the link below for the full schedule.

Also speaking will be Ambassador B. Altangerel, Ambassador to the US, and Ambassador R. Altangerel, Ambassador to Canada. Their remarks will be followed by a panel on “Prospects and Possibilities” that includes a senior official of the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development in Ottawa, the head of Mongolian affairs at the US Commerce Department, an official of the Millennium Challenge Corporation, a Vice President of Rio Tinto and a representative of the American University of Mongolia.

Participation in our Door-Knock on April 22 requires separate registration in advance. Door-knock participants will meet with senior officials of the US Departments of Commerce and State and the Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR) to discuss North American business and investment concerns. USTR will soon be resuming Trade and Investment Framework (TIFA) talks with the Mongolian Government and is interested in receiving in-put on those subjects for that purpose.

Registration is still open. See the link below for the registration form. All discounted group rate rooms at the JW Marriott have been sold out. The program includes an opening reception on April 20 at a unique venue not open to the public with the best view of the White House in the city and a closing reception at the Mongolian Embassy in Georgetown.

Click here for Preliminary AGM Schedule & Program for April 20-22 

Click HERE for 25th Anniversary AGM Registration Form

 

 

 

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B. Boldbaatar
State Secretary
Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Ambassador Mark Green
President of IRI