In November the President of the United States of America will come to Mongolia
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will visit Mongolia, leading a delegation of over 300 people including around 50 high-ranking White House officials as they accompany U.S. President George W.Bush on his visit to Mongolia on November 21, announced Minister of Foreign Affairs Ts.Monkh-Orgil at a press conference on Tuesday. This visit is scheduled to last for 5 hours.
Monkh-Orgil made this announcement at the Press Institute, confirming the news broken by the Japan Today Web site on November 4. Rice's trip will take her to the Middle East, South Korea and China during November 10 to 21. Rice will spend a few days in the Middle East before traveling to Busan, South Korea, to participate in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum ministerial meeting, beginning November 15, State Department spokesman Sean McCormack said, according to Japan Today Web site. Bush will attend the November 18-19 APEC summit in Korea , and Rice will join him when he leaves Korea to visit China and Mongolia , McCormack said, according to Japan .
Bush will be the first U.S. president to visit Mongolia. The ministry's press spokesman said that Enkhbayar will have official talks with George W. Bush at the government house. Prime Minister Ts.Elbegdorj will also meet with Bush.
Resourse: THE UB POST newspaper