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2020 Election Program of Mongolian People's Party

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(Unofficial full translation from Mongolian)


Since 2016, the Government of Mongolia has taken measures to improve the social security system, increase citizens' incomes, and improve the quality of life.

Within the framework of the “Healthy Mongolian” goal, the “Healthy Liver” and “Healthy Teeth-Healthy Child” programs were implemented. A legal environment has been created to finance the cost of medicines for children under five from the health insurance fund. Every child has the opportunity to attend kindergarten, and all schools have been transferred to two shifts. For the first time, the Law on Youth Development was adopted and implemented to support the development of families, children, youth and people with special needs (disabilities).

The “Stay-at-Home Moms with Salary” program is being implemented. According to the number of children born and raised, the period for mothers to pay social insurance is increased by 1.5 years. Increased pensions for low-income seniors and narrowed the gap.

The retirement age for herders has been lowered by 5 years, and a legal environment has been created for herders and self-employed people to reimburse their social insurance premiums once. Twice a year, we give “Age Endowment” to our elders. The government passed a law on one-time repayment of loans secured by pensions, and canceled loans for the elderly. One million MNT worth of securities will be given to the elderly who do not have pension loans.

We will continue and expand all our successful programs over the next four years. The social insurance system will be radically reformed and a gradual transition to a unified savings fund system will be made. In addition to pensions and health care, everyone who pays social insurance will have the opportunity to own an apartment and improve their skills and education.

We will develop a new branch of national heritage and cultural creative production. We will support employment in all aspects and expand the ranks of the middle class.


1.1.1. We will pursue a policy of gradually increasing real wages in line with inflation and rising prices.

1.1.2. Increase people's incomes and halve poverty.

1.1.3. Establish a banking and financial system to support low and middle income people and provide low interest loans to citizens.

1.1.4. We will continue the policy of supporting small family businesses and providing interest-free and unsecured financial support.

1.1.5. The loan interest rate will be reduced to no more than 1 percent per month.

1.1.6. Implement a set of measures to provide students and young entrepreneurs with the knowledge and skills they need to expand and intensify their business.

1.1.7. Introduce modern forms of financing for start-ups and create an efficient financial system.

1.1.8. The amount of personal income tax to be deducted from the salaries of low-income citizens will be halved.

1.1.9. Adult unemployed members of low-income households will be provided with vocational training and skills development, and employment will be supported.

1.1.10. Implement the “Savings for Children” program for every child.

1.1.11. We will continue to stop money laundering and prevent citizens from being exposed to financial risks and pressures.

1.1.12. Create a legal environment to protect the interests of borrowers in the activities of commercial banks.

1.1.13. Ensure market transparency, open competition, and fair competition, and create the conditions for doing business from a fair start.

1.1.14. The government will implement a policy to nurture and expand small and medium-sized businesses through business incubation services, and will regulate the payment of the minimum rent.

1.1.15. Increase the ability of small and medium-sized businesses to carry out contract work for large enterprises such as Oyu Tolgoi and Erdenet.

1.1.16. Establish a social responsibility fund to increase Mongolia's benefits from Oyu Tolgoi and other mining projects and to support low- and middle-income people.

1.1.17. Create equal employment opportunities for urban and rural populations.

1.1.18. Based on the experience and skills of citizens, support for self-employment opportunities and provide soft loans for necessary machinery and equipment.


1.2.1. Social insurance reform will be implemented in stages, and a system of “Unified Savings Fund” will be established so that every citizen can have real savings in his / her personal account.

1.2.2. Education, health, pensions, housing and social security services for every citizen will be provided comprehensively through the Unified Savings Fund.

1.2.3. Through the “Unified Savings Fund”, a system of free mortgage payments will be established for the first time when a person who pays social insurance buys an apartment.

1.2.4. Measures will be taken in stages to reduce and exempt the down payment for housing for the target group.

1.2.5. Low- and middle-income people who are buying a house/apartment for the first time will be provided with a mortgage loan with an interest rate of 4-6 percent.

1.2.6. The National Housing Corporation will be established, and the General Savings Fund and the National Wealth Fund will support 150,000 households in housing through public-private partnerships. 80,000 apartments will be provided with the implementation of the National Housing Program. The “Low Cost Housing” program will be initiated, 50,000 apartments will be built, and the “Rental Housing” program will be implemented.

1.2.7. In order to lower the base price of housing, the government will pursue a policy of tax exemptions for domestic manufacturers of cement, rebar and some construction materials.

1.2.8. Housing planning standards will be implemented to create a comfortable environment with schools, kindergartens, green areas, swimming pools and sports fields.

1.2.9. The labor market will be modernized to meet modern needs, and a system of hourly wages in accordance wit skills and performance will be established.

1.2.10. Make everyone have an electronic labor register, integrate it with the social insurance and security system, and increase employment responsibilities.

1.2.11. Establish a multi-tiered social insurance system that provides basic pensions to every citizen and access to private insurance services.


1.3.1. Improve the capacity of national diagnostics and create a system for every citizen to have a full health examination every year.

1.3.2. Establish a unified public health database and establish a system for electronic exchange of diagnoses and information at local and all levels of hospitals, both domestically and internationally.

1.3.3. Introduce an electronic health care system, such as medical services and drug discounts, ensure patient confidentiality and reduce costs, delays and delays.

1.3.4. Introduce new methods and advanced techniques and technologies for early detection and treatment of cancer and cardiovascular diseases, create opportunities for full treatment at home, and drastically reduce the number of people seeking diagnosis and treatment abroad.

1.3.5. Establish “National Center for Maternal, Newborn and Women's - II”, “National Cardiovascular Center” and “Organ Transplant Surgery Center” that meet international standards.

1.3.6. Improve the health insurance financing system and increase the opportunities for the insured to benefit.

1.3.7. Continue the “Healthy Liver” program and implement the “Together Against Cancer” program.

1.3.8. Implement a national program to control and control Helicobacter pylori to stop the spread of chronic bacterial gastritis, ulcers and cancer.

1.3.9. The “Healthy Teeth-Healthy Child” program will be continued, and the “Healthy Future” program will be implemented for early detection and treatment of chronic sore throat and prevention of future health risks at an early age.

1.3.10. Implement the “Healthy Citizen” national program and increase life expectancy.

1.3.11. Introduce targeted immunization for women nationwide, and implement the “Peace Girl” program to prevent cervical cancer and protect breast health.

1.3.12. Strengthen the capacity of the national emergency network, upgrade the ambulance fleet, and increase the use of helicopters when needed.

1.3.13. The social and labor values ​​and incentives of doctors, nurses and medical staff will be increased in stages in line with the inflation rate.

1.3.14. Increase the number of students as nurses and caregivers, improve social issues and working environment, and fully provide hospitals and health care organizations with nurses and caregivers.

1.3.15. Post-treatment specialized nursing and rehabilitation hospitals will be established.

1.3.16. Establish a center for the treatment, health, psychotherapy, social care and prevention of drug users and addicts.

1.3.17. Improve the capacity of the regional diagnostic and treatment center, improve the quality, equipment and machinery of cancer, cardiovascular, trauma and maternal and child health services, and create opportunities for citizens to receive national level services in their local areas.

1.3.18. Soum hospitals will be provided with hot and cold water and sanitation facilities.

1.3.19. Increase access to health services such as treatment, care and nursing for the special needs (disabled) and the elderly, and the cost of care will be covered by the Health Insurance Fund.

1.3.20. Citizens with incomes below the poverty line will be issued “Electronic cards” to receive medical care.

1.3.21. Citizens will be provided with comprehensive health education from the time they are in school and everyone will be able to provide “first aid”.

1.3.22. Establish a model information, training and advocacy center to implement non-drug health promotion programs through special programs and improve citizens' health education.

1.3.23. The “Active Healthy Living” program will be implemented nationwide, and healthy lifestyles, exercise, nutrition, and stress-free lifestyles will be implemented through a public-private partnership.

1.3.24. Limit the consumption of unhealthy foods (sugar and soda drinks, trans fats) and reduce the risk of non-communicable diseases.

1.3.25. Establish a drug safety laboratory and improve the quality, safety, registration, import, distribution, electronic control and regulation of drugs and medical devices.

1.3.26. Regulate the prices of essential medicines and medical devices, limit the inflation of medicines and reduce the financial burden on citizens.

1.3.27. Establish a “Health Museum” with exhibits on human body structure, healthy living and cognition.

1.3.28. The status of Family Group Practices will be clarified and funding will be decided in an appropriate manner.


1.4.1. Enrich the content of Mongolian history, language, culture, national heritage, customs, patriotism, and national values, and implement the integrated curriculum in schools and kindergartens regardless of ownership.

1.4.2. Social and labor values ​​and incentives for school and kindergarten teachers and staff will be increased in stages in line with inflation.

1.4.3. Support the continuous professional development of teachers, involve them in foreign and domestic professional development trainings and activities, and implement the “Skilled Teacher” program.

1.4.4. The education sector will be politically neutral, and school principals and kindergarten principals will be selected based on their knowledge, skills, performance and experience.

1.4.5. The number of kindergarten beds will be gradually increased in accordance with the demand, 273 new kindergartens will be built in densely populated areas, and the number of 24-hour kindergartens will be increased.

1.4.6. Increase the quality and availability of childcare services, make it possible to cover children under 1-2 years of age, and restore nursery services.

1.4.7. Each kindergarten group will have two shifts of teachers, which will increase the time for receiving and giving children, and will allow parents to leave their jobs and pick up their children.

1.4.8. In order to prevent children from catching colds, flu and infectious diseases during the winter, arrangements will be made to extend the winter holidays for secondary school students.

1.4.9. The school lunch program will be continued, lunch services will be implemented in stages, the cost per child will be doubled, and children will be provided with nutritious and vitamin-rich meals.

1.4.10. Kindergarten and dormitory meals will be doubled.

1.4.11. Each school will have a psychologist who will provide psychological services to students and help them choose a profession.

1.4.12. Create an environment for children with special needs (disabilities) to learn and develop in regular schools and kindergartens.

1.4.13. At least 80 percent of all schools nationwide will have one shift.

1.4.14. 200 new schools will be built in densely populated areas to meet the number, demand and needs of school-age children.

1.4.15. Establish standard schools with international programs and quality requirements in each district and aimag of the capital city.

1.4.16. Schools encourage high school classes.

1.4.17. Develop a national extracurricular curriculum, develop interests and talents, expand the activities of electives, sections and clubs.

1.4.18. The Covid-19 epidemic will be followed by an assessment of school dropouts and telecommuting, and the enrichment and dissemination of online and distance learning content with a variety of options to supplement students' educational content.

1.4.19. School dormitories, green development facilities, sports and art halls, cafeterias, and IT training rooms will be equipped, and an adjustable environment will be created for students with special needs (disabilities).

1.4.20. All kindergartens, schools and dormitories with pit latrines will be equipped with modern toilets and a child-friendly environment will be created.

1.4.21. Implement a policy that makes private kindergartens and schools profitable and non-profit, and support non-profit educational institutions.

1.4.22. Build “Nairamdal-2” international children's summer camp and stabilize the activities of local children's summer camps.

1.4.23. Increase access to education loan funds and create conditions for students to study at home without financial pressure.

1.4.24. Implement a “National Scholarship Program” to provide up to 100 percent tuition scholarships to students studying in priority areas of development and leading academic achievement.

1.4.25. The government will support the running and research costs of state-owned universities.

1.4.26. Support local VTPCs and universities, provide local bonuses for teachers, and provide students with discounted tuition.

1.4.27. Support the development of the region and organize the establishment of branch schools in agriculture, mining, light industry and food industry in accordance with local specifics.

1.4.28. An interdisciplinary internship base will be established at the VTPC.

1.4.29. Students of all ages will be able to develop and distribute online curricula for citizens, enabling everyone to study for a lifetime in the field of their choice, regardless of space or time.

1.4.30. Successful students, teachers, researchers and teams will be encouraged to participate in international Olympiads, competitions and contests.

1.4.31. Research institutes and universities will be developed as a complex of training, research and development, enlightenment and innovation.

1.4.32. Improve research and analysis capacity in science, technology and innovation, and quadruple public spending on research and development.

1.4.33. Increase the value of scientists' intellectual creations, put them into economic circulation and support the state.

1.4.34. Based on public-private partnerships, implement projects to attract investment and funding for science, technology and innovation priorities and create economic growth.

1.4.35. Create advanced and new technologies, products and services in leading industries and support localized enterprises through customs, tax and credit policies.

1.4.36. Implement the construction of a science and innovation complex.


1.5.1. The methodology for determining the living standards of households will be improved, and social welfare services will be dedicated only at target groups.

1.5.2. Introduce participatory welfare services to improve the social security and livelihoods of low-income households.

1.5.3. Improve the legal environment for social workers and psychologists to work with individuals and families.

1.5.4. Everyone will have a national program to keep their genealogy, prevent inbreeding, and protect their gene pool.

1.5.5. Population groups, especially women, students, youth, people with special needs (disabilities), and the elderly, will be provided with flexible arrangements for part-time and remote work at home.

1.5.6. Create a database of Mongolians studying and working abroad and support them in their business and volunteer activities, research and analysis in their home country.

1.5.7. Establish an electronic information system and labor exchange that will provide incentives and support to young people who have graduated from universities and colleges abroad to return to work and run businesses.


1.5.8. Increase parental involvement in supporting children's development, talents, skills, technical thinking and social development.

1.5.9. Strengthen the system of child rights, development and protection, and implement a social protection policy that is child-friendly and equitable.

1.5.10. Prevent children from traffic accidents and provide crosswalks, traffic lights, speed bumps and cameras in public areas.

1.5.11. Ensure compliance with children's playground and environmental standards, create a safe environment for children and improve control.

1.5.12. Establish long-term rehabilitation centers for children affected by violence in the regions and localities.

1.5.13. Punishment for perpetrators of violence against children will be increased.


1.5.14. Encourage young people and young families to buy affordable housing with flexible payment terms.

1.5.15. Establish a youth development support fund.

1.5.16. Establish centers for families, children, students and youth to spend their free time properly.

1.5.17. Implement programs to prevent children, students, youth, and adolescents from being exposed to external influences, harassment, crime, drug and psychotropic substance use, and cyber bully.

1.5.18. A project will be implemented to support young people who have grown up in orphanages and have reached the age of 18 to live independently.

1.5.19. Implement the "Young Family" program to support the health, education, employment, social relations, psychology and development needs of young families.

1.5.20. Within the framework of population growth policy, a national program “Sustainable Peace Family” will be implemented to provide tax benefits for families with three or more children depending on the number of children.

1.5.21. The “Paid Mother” program will be continued and will be provided to mothers with children under 3 years of age without discrimination.

1.5.22. Long-term work of citizens will create a decent lifestyle.


1.5.23. Ensure the rights and participation of people with special needs (disabilities) and increase rehabilitation, nursing and employment.

1.5.24. Citizens with special needs (disabilities) will be provided with access to necessary services by all government and other organizations.

1.5.25. Employers who create jobs for people with special needs (disabilities) will be provided with financial incentives, and the amount of payment for each position not employed by a person with special needs (disabilities) and the responsibility of government officials will be increased.

1.5.26. The state will be able to pay social insurance premiums for mothers (fathers) who are unable to work to take care of their children aged 0-16 with special needs (disabilities).

1.5.27. Improve the system of specialized care and sanatorium services for people with special needs (disabilities) who need regular care.

1.5.28. Build an orphanage for children with special needs (disabilities).


1.5.29. We will pursue a policy of providing basic pensions to the elderly and gradually increasing the minimum pension in line with inflation.

1.5.30. The “Age Endowment” program will be continued.

1.5.31. Comprehensive measures will be taken to close the pension gap and establish an appropriate ratio of maximum, minimum and average pensions.

1.5.32. Pension reform will be carried out and conditions will be created for the family to inherit a certain part of the balance of the personal account of social insurance premiums.

1.5.33. Establish a system that transfers the cost of care for the elderly, such as public transportation, vacation, sanatorium discounts, and food vouchers, to individual pension accounts.

1.5.34. Additional development centers will be established to enable the elderly to spend their free time effectively, receive information and develop.

1.5.35. We will continue to provide effective employment and counseling services to increase the income of the elderly and pass on their knowledge and experience to the youth.


1.6.1. To support national pride, Mongolian heritage and culture, the renovation of the Chinggis Khaan Museum, the National Arts Theater, the Museum of Natural History, and the National Central Library will be completed.

1.6.2. Establish a Ministry of Culture.

1.6.3. The status of cultural centers and educational institutions aimed at disseminating the mother tongue and culture to children and adolescents abroad shall be guaranteed by law.

1.6.4. Develop a heritage, culture, art and tourism that introduces Mongolian nomadic culture and values ​​to the world.

1.6.5. Support Mongolian brands that are world-renowned for their culture, arts, intellectual and sports, and build Mongolian pride.

1.6.6. Stabilize the activities of the Film Support Fund and support the creation of works that will give an international appreciation to Mongolian cinema.

1.6.7. Disseminate cultural heritage, such as puppet theater, children's libraries, and children's productions, and provide the necessary training and cognitive support to child development centers.

1.6.8. Increase the use of the national Mongolian script and increase the number of books, newspapers and magazines published in the “Mongolian script”.

1.6.9. We will fight against illegal activities that destroy historical and cultural heritage, strengthen accountability and protect tangible and intangible heritage.

1.6.10. Citizens will be encouraged to participate in community sports, such as mountaineering, hiking, and cycling.

1.6.11. The construction of a sports complex with a swimming pool for citizens and the public will be implemented in stages in each aimag.

1.6.12. Improve the training system for sports coaches, increase the number of physical education and sports methodologists, and employ physical education methodologists in each soum.

1.6.13. Individuals and companies that invest in physical culture and sports will be provided with tax benefits.

1.6.14. Increase the number of people who participate in sports by making health insurance payments for accredited sports clubs.

1.6.15. Within the framework of preserving the Mongolian national holiday, the essence of the national sport, and promoting it internationally, we will support the organization of the World Nomad Festival on a regular basis and bring it to a new level of development.

1.6.16. We will increase the number of sports and national teams of the national team, and support athletes to improve their achievements and reach the continental and world level.

1.6.17. A national stadium, an indoor winter sports palace, a Paralympic and national sports complex will be built.


The economy has recovered over the past four years, boosting the GDP growth to 5-7 percent. A total of MNT 8.2 trillion in bonds, loans were paid and the debt burden was reduced. Confidence in Mongolia in foreign markets has been restored and the country's credit rating has been raised by two notches.

Focusing on increasing herders' incomes, meat exports have increased 4-5 times. Businesses with annual sales of less than MNT 1.5 billion pay a one percent tax. Producers of cereals, potatoes, vegetables, fruits, fodder plants and tree seedlings have been reduced by 50 percent. It is recovering from foreign direct investment drop and attracting about $ 2 billion a year. The foreign trade balance improved, generating a surplus of $ 4.5 billion in 2017-2019. Official foreign exchange reserves have been depleted to more than $ 4 billion. Commercial bank lending rates were reduced from 20 percent to 16.8 percent. The Erdenet plant is 100% state-owned. Revenues from the Tavan Tolgoi deposit have been increased, exceeding the size of the Erdenet mine. 640 billion MNT has been accumulated in the future heritage fund and it is expected to increase to 1 trillion MNT in 2020. For the first time, Mongolia is preserving its heritage for future generations.

Over the next four years, we will implement development mega-projects and build deep processing plants for mining products. Establish a National Wealth Fund and bring economic growth to everyone. Improve regional infrastructure and reduce urban-rural disparities. It will develop the national industry and create 150,000 new jobs. An oil refinery will be commissioned and the price of gasoline will be reduced by 20-30 percent. Organize “Mongolian Livestock - II Program” and “Atar IV Campaign” and become an exporter of organic food. It will be an energy exporter. It will develop public-private partnerships and become a favorable country for trade and investment. It receives 1 million tourists a year. It will build on the success of the previous four years in all respects and become a country with a strong economy and prosperous citizens.


2.1.1. Implement the following mega projects of strategic mining and heavy industry.

The following mining deposits will be used. These include:

- Tavan Tolgoi coal deposit will be fully commissioned.

-Oyu Tolgoi underground mine will be used.

-Tsagaan Suvarga deposit will be commissioned.

- Kharmagtai deposit will be put into operation.

- Asgat silver deposit will be put into operation.

- Salkhit silver deposit will be put into operation.

- Renovate and expand Erdenet, Baganuur and Shivee-Ovoo and increase production capacity;

- Establish the following mining and heavy industry complexes; These include:

- Put into operation an oil refining complex and lay the foundation of a petrochemical plant.

- Tavan Tolgoi coal-chemical, coke-chemical and methane gas production will be put into operation.

-Coal washing plants will be built and the amount of washed coal will reach 30 million tons.

-Build a precious metal and gold processing and refining plant and put it into operation.

-Copper and other metal smelters will be commissioned.

- Lithium, silicon and rare earth element deposits, which are the main raw materials of high technology, will be put into economic circulation.

- Implement a project to produce synthetic natural gas from coal in Baganuur district

- “Tavan Tolgoi improved fuel plant-II” will be established in Nalaikh district

- Complete the construction of an iron and steel plant and a coke plant in Dornogovi aimag.

2.1.2. Intensify geological and exploration activities funded by the state budget, increase mineral resources, put deposits with proven reserves into economic circulation, and implement the principle of fair distribution of resources.


Exporting country from importing country

2.2.1. Domestic production will fully meet the needs of key food products.

2.2.2. It will develop the national industry and create 150,000 new jobs.

2.2.3. A complex for processing 10 million head of livestock per year will be built in Darkhan city and regional centers.

2.2.4. The benefits of Mongolian livestock meat will be promoted internationally and the price of export meat will be increased.

2.2.5. Introduce efficient methods and technologies for animal fattening in line with meat export policy and increase meat exports to 150,000 tons.

2.2.6. Implement a national program to address social issues of herders and farmers.

2.2.7. Implement the “Mission Owner-III” campaign to prepare the next generation of herders and farmers in the agricultural sector.

2.2.8. Complete processing of hides, skins, hair, wool and cashmere of animal origin and increase the export of ready-made garments and textiles.

2.2.9. Implement the “Cashmere” program and support herders' income stabilization.

2.2.10. Implement the “Mongolian Livestock-2” program, intensify efforts to improve animal health, improve quality and productivity, improve the number and quality of livestock, improve productivity and accessibility, protect livestock gene pool, and introduce biotechnological achievements.

2.2.11. Intensify livestock identification and registration, develop and expand a unified registration and database, and an electronic tracking system for livestock products.

2.2.12. Improve the reform of the veterinary system, train veterinarians and zoo technicians in scholarships, and employ them in rural areas.

2.2.13. Implement a medium-term strategy to combat communicable diseases and fully vaccinate livestock, and ensure a no-communicable disease-free zone.

2.2.14. The expansion of the bio-plant will be completed and veterinary vaccines will be provided domestically.

2.2.15. Increase the production of intensive dairy cattle, increase domestic milk production and processing, and establish a system of milk incentives for herders who sell their milk.

2.2.16. Improve the system of monetary rewards for herders and livestock owners who supply hides, skins, wool, cashmere and raw materials to the national processing industry in accordance with the quality of raw materials.

2.2.17. Implement the “Atar-4” campaign and develop sustainable agricultural production.

2.2.18. Potatoes, cabbage, turnips, carrots, onions and garlic will be fully supplied to domestic demand and exported to foreign markets.

2.2.19. The domestic demand for vegetables will be sustained throughout the year through the development of greenhouses and storage facilities.

2.2.20. Increase customs duties on potato and vegetable imports by 10-15 percent and protect the domestic market.

2.2.21. Increase crop rotation and fodder production.

2.2.22. Increase irrigation in agricultural areas and create a reserve of selected seed varieties.

2.2.23. Provide credit support for the establishment of a regional fodder plant and increase the safe supply of fodder.

2.2.24. Improve the agricultural insurance system and protect herders and farmers from risks.

2.2.25. Implement a spinning mill investment project in Khan-Uul district.

2.2.26. Support domestic production of construction materials and establish a new steel and glass factory.

2.2.27. Develop and implement a program to develop the garment and clothing industry.

2.2.28. Establish an Eco Park for waste recycling.


2.2.29. Strengthen the institutional framework for export-oriented information technology and the development of new and digital economies.

2.2.30. Develop a new sector of the knowledge-based cultural economy and create an institutional and legal environment.

2.2.31. Intensify the Fourth Industrial Revolution, create a financial system to support creative industries, and establish a cultural industrial park.

2.2.32. Increase the number of online and remote jobs that support intellectual labor, and exempt consulting and outsourcing services from VAT.

Specialized tourism

2.2.33. Improving the legal environment of the tourism sector, national features and differences

Develop sustainable eco-tourism that is environmentally friendly and community-based.

2.2.34. Stabilize national tourism programs and cultural events, improve Mongolia's competitiveness in the international market, and increase the number of tourists to one million.

2.2.35. Intensify and expand foreign tourism cooperation, international advertising and marketing.

2.2.36. Improve the quality and hygiene of tourism services and increase employment.

2.2.37. A temporary accommodation service complex will be established at 39 locations along the main tourist route.

2.2.38. Establish a vocational training and production center for tourism and develop education, training, research and development.

2.2.39. Develop and implement a program to develop tourism services and trade along the Silk Road and the Tea Road.

2.2.40. Genghis Khan in Khentii, Nomadic state in Orkhon valley, People's Revolution in Selenge, Khalkh river victory in Dornod, Archeology and ethnography in Tuv aimag, Paleontology in Dundgovi, Dinosaur in Umnugovi, Natural in Bayan-Ulgii, Nature and wildlife in Khuvsgul, Human origins in Bayankhongor A multi-ethnic museum and complex will be established in Khovd.

Public-private partnership

2.2.41. Renew the public investment program 2020-2024.

2.2.42. Establish international transport and logistics centers and develop a national transport and logistics system.

2.2.43. Industrial parks will be established through public-private partnerships. These are: Erdenet, Umnugovi, Dornogovi, Darkhan-Uul, Govisumber, Khovd aimags industrial production and technology parks Baganuur, Nalaikh, Bagakhangai, Emeelt industrial and technology parks


Energy project

2.3.1. Increase the efficiency of the energy sector and transfer it to a proper market system with a policy of reducing price pressures for individuals and households.

2.3.2. Fully meet energy needs domestically and lay the foundation for becoming an energy exporter. These include:

2.3.3. Introduce technology to use solar energy as a heat source in local areas.

2.3.4. The "New Century Tree" to be built in Khushig Valley will study and solve the heat and electricity sources of Maitreya cities.

2.3.5. The energy needs of the western region will be fully met from domestic sources.

2.3.6. Build briquette plants based on aimag coal deposits and reduce air pollution in aimags and localities.

Air transport

2.3.7. Increase the frequency and route of regular intercity intercity passenger flights and develop air transport.

2.3.8. Implement air transport liberalization, increase the number and route of flights, and reduce domestic and international flights by promoting competition.


2.3.9. Expand the railway network and build a new railway at least 730 km long. These include:

-The construction of 414.6 km railway from Tavan Tolgoi to Zuunbayan will be completed.

-The construction of 267 km railway from Tavan Tolgoi to Gashuun Sukhait will be completed.

- Construction of 45.3 km Nariinsukhait-Shiveekhuren railway.

- Implement the Bogd Khan railway project.

- Construction of the Zuunbayan-Khangi railway will begin.

- Start construction of Sainshand - Baruun-Urt - Khuut - Choibalsan Ereentsav railway.

- Work on the Khuut-Bichigt railway will begin.

Auto zam

2.3.10. Expand the road network and build at least 2,300 km of new roads. These include:

2.3.11. Construction of four lanes of Ulaanbaatar-Darkhan 205 km road will be completed.

- 113 km of Darkhan-Sukhbaatar-Altanbulag paved road will be upgraded to four lanes.

- 215 km paved road from Ulaanbaatar to Erdenesant will be upgraded to four lanes.

- 58 km of Ulaanbaatar-Bayan paved road will be upgraded to four lanes.

- Build a 250 km heavy-duty paved road to create a closed circle on the Tavan Tolgoi-Gashuunsukhait route

- Implement the 435 km Tavan Tolgoi-Khangi road project.

-272 km road from Baruun Urt to Bichigt will be built.

-91 km road will be built from Kharkhorin-Bat-Ulzii-Ulaan Tsutgalan waterfall to Tuvkhun monastery.

-Gurvanbulag - Khishig - Undur - Orkhon - 134 km from Bulgan to Gurvanbulag-Rashaant soum complete.

- Complete the construction of 240 km of paved road connecting Dashinchilen-Orkhon road to MurunTarialan direction.

- 139 km of Orkhon river - Ikh Tamir horizontal road will be completed within the framework of the Millennium Road project.

-Build a 125 km paved road from Choibalsan to Khavirgiin port.

- Construction of 160 km road to Choibalsan Bayankhoshuu border crossing will begin.

- Construction of 163 km paved road from Khovd to Ulaangom will start.

- Start construction of 320 km paved road from Altai to Burgastai.

- Start construction of 194 km of Altai-Uliastai paved road.

- A 121 km paved road will be built from Darkhan-Selenge to Shaamar-Zuunburen-Tsagaannuur-Tushig-Zelter.

-Rehabilitate the Ulaanbaatar-Mandalgobi road.

2.3.12. An international transport and logistics center will be established with an international airport, Bogd Khaan railway and road hubs.

2.3.13. Increase the capacity of border crossings such as Zamyn-Uud, Altanbulag, Gashuunsukhait, Khangi, Shiveekhuren, Borshoo and Bichigt by 3-7 times.

2.3.14. Introduce innovation, advanced technology and digital transition in the transportation sector and ensure the safety and reliability of the sector.

2.3.15. Mongolian carriers will facilitate transit between the region and Mongolia and Europe.


2.4.1. Implement the constitutional amendment and create a system that distributes the benefits of mining equally and fairly to every citizen through the Wealth Fund.

2.4.2. The Law on the Wealth Fund shall be enacted and the rules and procedures for determining the appropriate principles of fund governance shall be approved.

2.4.3. Increase mining revenues and create at least one trillion MNT a year in the wealth fund.

2.4.4. Support investment in large-scale national projects to support creative industries, the digital economy and diversification.

2.4.5. The Wealth Fund will invest in financial instruments and increase the fund's assets.


2.5.1. Appropriate monetary policy will continue to be implemented, such as increasing foreign exchange reserves, reducing inflation, and halting the depreciation of the togrog.

2.5.2. We will get out of the current debt burden of $ 500 million from the Mazaalai bond, $ 1 billion from the Chinggis bond, $ 800 million from the Gerege bond, and $ 600 million from the Khuraldai bond, which dates back to the Democratic Party's rule.

2.5.3. Measures will be taken to buy high-interest government securities ahead of schedule and refinance them with cheap resources.

2.5.4. Assess the impact of debt on the budget and establish a risk prevention system.

2.5.5. Strengthen the legal economy by cracking down on the shadow economy and concealing illegal assets.

2.5.6. We will continue the policy of improving the budget balance and creating savings.

2.5.7. No new concession agreements will be concluded that exceed the budget capacity.

2.5.8. Implement anti-cyclical fiscal policies to prevent economic risks, tighten budgets during economic growth, and expand during crises.

2.5.9. Electronic tax collection and expand the budget revenue base.

2.5.10. Establish a system of high taxes on high incomes and low taxes on low incomes.

2.5.11. New import tax regulations will be introduced for luxury goods.

2.5.12. Introduce international banking supervision principles and regulatory tools.

2.5.13. Introduce and develop international standards for stock market and digital financial services.

2.5.14. Develop a special program to deal with potential risks and economic difficulties in the future and ensure preparedness.

2.5.15. Covid-19 will develop and implement a special plan to eliminate the social and economic difficulties caused by the pandemic, to restore production and service activities, and to take measures to compensate for the livelihood incomes of business entities, organizations and individuals.


2.6.1. We will work actively to build a gas pipeline connecting Russia and China through Mongolia.

2.6.2. Under the tripartite agreement on economic corridors, transport, logistics, urban development, cross-border trade and infrastructure projects will be launched.

2.6.3. The development of Altanbulag, Zamyn-Uud, Tsagaannuur and Khushig valley international free zones will be implemented.

2.6.4. Implement policies to expand regional markets and protect domestic markets by joining regional economic and trade integration, working actively within the World Trade Organization, and facilitating trade.

2.6.5. Within the framework of regional and international cooperation, international tourism infrastructure will be developed, and airports in 6 aimags will be transformed into international 4C-class passenger service complexes.

2.6.6. Renew and implement a medium-term program to develop trade and economic cooperation with neighboring countries.

2.6.7. Implement a policy of taking full advantage of trade preferences with the European Union, the United States and Japan.

2.6.8. Expand economic cooperation with third neighbors and intensify trade agreements.

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2.6.9. Create an independent legal environment that supports wealth creators and the private sector.

2.6.10. Consistently implement the “Mongolian Export” program and increase the total foreign trade turnover to 20 billion USD.

42.6.11. A trade regulation law will be enacted to support domestic production and import tariffs will be regulated.

2.6.12. Improve transport, logistics and border infrastructure, simplify customs clearance and facilitate foreign trade.

2.6.13. Establish an international air cargo logistics center and increase cargo turnover.

2.6.14. Establish a national e-window to ensure the implementation of the World Trade Organization's Trade Facilitation Agreement.

2.6.15. Create conditions to increase foreign direct investment by maintaining economic stability.

2.6.16. Citizens and business entities that have created new jobs will be supported through tax incentives and incentives.

2.6.17. Wealth-creating producers of domestically produced import-substituting goods will be supported by public procurement.

2.6.18. Establish and operate an “Export Guarantee Fund” to provide special support to companies that export their products.

2.6.19. Reduce the number of licenses and signatures required for production and services by three times, extend the term, and eliminate duplication of inspections.


Over the past 30 years, the Mongolian government has faced constant political and legal challenges to implement its policies and activities in a sustainable, independent, and proactive manner.

Compared to democracies, the Mongolian government has been very unstable. Of the 14 governments formed since 1992, only two have completed their terms and the others have resigned prematurely. The average term of office was 1.8 years.

Due to the frequent changes of government, the possibility of sustainable and effective public policy was limited. A total of 567 development policy documents have been approved in Mongolia since 1990, of which 203 are currently in force, 68 are invalid, 294 have expired, and three have not been implemented.

The bureaucracy of government organizations and the irresponsible and unethical actions of government officials are leading to a decline in public confidence in the civil service.

Therefore, in order to overcome the above challenges and to make the Mongolian state stable, strong, responsible and ethical, the State Great Hural (Parliament) of Mongolia approved the amendments to the Constitution in November 2019. The constitutional amendment restricted the resignation of the government due to narrow political interests and laid the legal foundation for a stable and effective government. To improve the quality of the legislative process of the State Great Hural, to hold the members of the State Great Hural accountable, and to define the scope and limits of the right of the President, members of the State Great Hural and the Government to initiate laws.

The Mongolian People's Party will continue to fully implement the constitutional reforms, form a stable government with a strong Prime Minister, strengthen the ethics and accountability of the members of the State Great Hural, and ensure the independence of the judiciary.

Establish the Ministry of National Development Policy and Planning and establish a unified national policy and planning system. As a result, policies that are in line with Mongolia's national security, Mongolian values, and development vision will be effectively implemented, and citizens' trust in the government will be restored.

Implement the “E-Mongolia” program to deliver public services quickly, without delays, and with the participation of citizens, and will improve the quality, accessibility, and efficiency of public services.

Thus, a stable government, a fast and efficient civil service will allow the country's development policy to be formulated with vision, research, and implementation without political or time pressure.


3.1.1. According to the Constitution, “Development policy and planning is sustainable”, “Vision 2050, Mongolia's long-term development concept” will be implemented in a sustainable manner.

3.1.2. The development of a mineral deposit shall be regulated in accordance with the principle that the natural resources shall be in the possession of the people, and that most of its benefits shall go to the people.

3.1.3. Monitor the activities and ethics of the members of the State Great Hural, develop a positive culture and attitude of taking political responsibility and resigning in case of violating the law or making ethical mistakes.

3.1.4. The law limits the influence of political officials and members of parliament on all civil service appointments.

3.1.5. A total of 40 laws will be amended to fully implement the constitutional amendments and ensure balance, accountability and justice in governance.

3.1.6. Members of the State Great Hural shall limit the power to allocate the budget and finances and implement the provisions of the law not to increase the amount of expenditures in the state budget submitted by the Government.

3.1.7. The Prime Minister and no more than four members of the State Great Hural shall be members of the Government.

3.1.8. The General Council of the Judiciary will move to a system of independent selection of judges.

3.1.9. Establish a Judicial Disciplinary Committee with the right to hold judges accountable for their unfair actions and dismiss them.

3.1.10. Strengthen the capacity of the judiciary, prosecutors and the Anti-Corruption Agency to investigate and resolve corruption and official misconduct, train staff and bring their operations to the international level.

3.1.11. Create a legal environment to turn political parties into policy institutions that serve the public interest, not individual, group or narrow interests.

3.1.12. Improve the legal environment to limit political and business interdependence and conflict of interest.

3.1.13. A legal environment will be created to prohibit high-ranking government officials who have been members of the Security Council from engaging in any business activities related to the country's secrets and security for a certain period of time.

3.1.14. The law stipulates that the leader of the winning party must be appointed Prime Minister.

3.1.15. The government's action plan, guidelines for social and economic development, and the development of the state budget in line with Mongolia's long-term development vision will be fully transitioned to prevent narrow political interests and populist moves.

3.1.16. Structure and streamline public administration by eliminating duplication and consolidation.

3.1.17. Support the efficient and rational use and consumption of state and public property and implement the “National Savings Program”.

3.1.18. The judiciary will be freed from the interests of narrow political and business groups, justice will be fully established in the judiciary, and public confidence will be restored.

3.1.19. Implement a program to ensure the transparency and openness of the judiciary.

3.1.20. Citizens 'complaints about judges' professional skills and conflicts of interest are considered and finally resolved by the Judicial Disciplinary Committee.

3.1.21. Create a legal environment for political parties to be political parties that serve the public interest, rather than groups that serve the narrow interests of individuals or groups.


3.2.1. Eliminate the requirement for citizens and business entities to obtain information from government organizations, and implement the “One Citizen-One Registration” program, in which citizens register once and receive e-government services quickly.

3.2.2. Introduce electronic technology to government services through a unified database, and digitalize the services that cause the most bureaucracy and corruption. (e-customs, e-taxes, e-civil registration, e-courts, e-land relations, e-health, e-education, etc.)

3.2.3. In order to introduce non-bureaucratic public services, improve the services of public organizations, build the capacity of civil servants and save budget expenditures.

3.2.4. Adopt legislation required for the development of e-government, such as Information Security, Electronic and Digital Signatures, Databases, and Personal Information Security.

3.2.5. Create a unified database based on big data, and create a technical infrastructure for citizens, governments and businesses to exchange and use information electronically.

3.2.6. Expand the activities of the “11-11 Center” for government and public relations, turn it into a unified citizen information center, and improve government-citizen feedback.

3.2.7. Develop e-democracy, develop government policies, laws and regulations, set legal deadlines for citizens to vote and monitor the decision-making process, and expand opportunities for e-participation.

3.2.8. Citizens' applications and requests to government organizations are promptly resolved, and the implementation of orders, decisions, and tasks is monitored electronically.

3.2.9. Create a unified address database based on geographic information system and introduce it to citizens and organizations.

3.2.10. In line with the amendments to the Constitution, the city will create a legal environment for independent development and clarify the status of state and local cities.

3.2.11. The activities of government special funds will be focused on supporting the activities of citizens and the private sector, and will be fully transferred to a system that is open to the public and controlled.


3.3.1. Strengthen accountability for corruption and official misconduct.

3.3.2. Civil servants shall fully adhere to the principles of not giving preference to acquaintances in the performance of their duties, and not discriminating against citizens on the basis of narrow interests or party affiliation.

3.3.3. Develop an attitude of non-corruption and conflict of interest in government, civil society and business organizations, and create economic and other incentives to encourage information on corruption and official misconduct.

3.3.4. In evaluating the performance of civil servants, performance, ethics and discipline shall be used as criteria, and the responsibility of civil servants who have committed ethical violations shall be strengthened.

3.3.5. Increase knowledge, skills and experience of newly appointed civil servants through internships at local and primary civil service units.

3.3.6. E-learning programs for continuous training and development of civil servants will be effectively implemented, and the knowledge, skills and attitudes of civil servants will be radically renewed.

3.3.7. A true civil servant, regardless of the election results, shall actually implement the conditions of stable employment in the civil service in accordance with the principles of competence and promotion.


3.4.1. Support the initiative, participation and cooperation of the government, civil society and business organizations in the protection of human rights and create a legal environment for cooperation.

3.4.2. Develop a human rights-based approach to law enforcement and prevent human rights abuses.

3.4.3. Illegal spying, eavesdropping and surveillance will be streamlined, the functions of law enforcement agencies will be clarified, and a new human rights system will be established.

3.4.4. Improve the state system to protect the public interest in matters of state property and ownership that have caused damage to the state.

3.4.5. Ensure equal participation of civil society and social groups in the governance process.

3.4.6. Ensure the implementation of the Law on Gender Equality within government, economic, social and cultural organizations, and implement gender-sensitive policies at all levels.

3.4.7. Measures shall be taken to respect the right of citizens to worship and to organize and finance religious heresies, to prevent and avoid encroachment on human freedom, and, if necessary, to prohibit certain activities.

3.4.8. Support the development of socially responsible, independent and professional journalism and work with the media to educate the public.

3.4.9. The streets and squares of Ulaanbaatar and aimag centers will be videotaped to prevent and suppress crime and violence.

3.4.10. Prevention of torture will be fully and effectively implemented.

3.4.11. Ensure the implementation of national programs to prevent and combat transnational organized crime (economic and cybercrime) and stabilize international cooperation.

3.4.12. Prevent traffic accidents and improve local traffic safety control.

3.4.13. We will take the fight against drugs to a new level, eliminate impunity, and ensure the principle of equality before the law.

3.4.14. Improve witness and victim protection systems.

3.4.15. Preventive measures to prevent children and women from being victims of sexual harassment and trafficking will be expanded through public-private partnerships.

3.4.16. Establish specialized temporary shelters, information and counseling centers for women, children, the elderly and people with special needs (disabilities) affected by domestic violence.

3.4.17. In order to ensure food and health safety of the population, a structure will be established to prevent false advertisements, eliminate violations and monitor, and intensify activities.

3.4.18. Protect the interests of citizens working, living and studying abroad, provide prompt legal assistance in case of violation of their rights, and improve public services for them.

3.4.19. Increase funding and access to the “Mongolian Citizens Abroad Assistance Fund”.

3.4.20. Maintain an appropriate number of foreigners, stateless persons and immigrants, and improve the registration, information and monitoring system.

3.4.21. In order to improve food security, the Specialized Inspection Agency will be provided with new equipment, technology and tools.

3.4.22. Take steps to avoid genetically modified foods.

3.4.23. Create a legal environment to ensure cyber security, strengthen the inspection system, and strengthen the capacity to prevent cyber attacks and violations.

3.4.24. Conduct regular surveys on the prevalence, frequency, social and economic impacts and risks of disasters (droughts, dzuds, earthquakes, dust storms, etc.) and implement risk prevention policies.

3.4.25. Develop and implement national consumer protection programs.

3.4.26. Prepare for risk-free response to communicable diseases, epidemics, and natural disasters, and adopt a comprehensive risk management strategy with a unified strategy.

3.4.27. Establish a contingency fund for potential disasters and serious public health issues and improve public education.

3.4.28. Increase the variety and quantity of strategic reserve goods and materials to ensure national security.

3.4.29. In order to improve the storage and protection of Mongolia's security reserve inventory and increase its quantity, an automated meat cellar with refrigeration, a fully mechanized food warehouse for food storage and a warehouse complex for storage of petroleum products will be established.


3.5.1. Implement the “One Window - Unified Foreign Policy” to ensure the unity and continuity of Mongolia's foreign policy.

3.5.2. The comprehensive strategic partnership with Russia and China will be expanded in all political, economic, social, cultural and humanitarian spheres.

3.5.3. Expand cooperation with other countries within the framework of the "Third Neighbor" policy.

3.5.4. Adopt a Foreign Policy Law based on the National Security and Foreign Policy Concepts of Mongolia.

3.5.5. Within the framework of the "Belt and Roads" initiative, China-Mongolia-Russia economic, infrastructure, scientific, social and cultural cooperation will be expanded.

3.5.6. The requirements for the ethics, discipline and professionalism of diplomatic staff will be further enhanced and accountability will be enhanced.

3.5.7. The “e-Embassy” of Mongolia will be established and the location of embassies and diplomatic missions will be redefined taking into account the political, economic and geopolitical situation.

3.5.8. Consistently protect the interests of Mongolian citizens and business entities abroad, increase the number of countries where citizens can travel without visas, and intensify the promotion of our country abroad.


3.6.1. Encourage the armed forces to fulfill their legal obligations and increase their participation in international peacekeeping operations.

3.6.2. The “State Military Organization-2032” program will be developed and approved by the Parliament.

3.6.3. The Armed Forces will create new civil engineering and cyber security forces capable of participating in peacetime development and international peacekeeping operations.

3.6.4. Improve the procedure for compensatory military service. Gradually increase the number of students enrolled in the “Student Soldier” program based on military and patriotism.

3.6.5. Develop and implement a new “Step-by-Step Gathering Program for Universal Military Training”.

3.6.6. Improve the social security of the armed forces, border and internal troops, police and emergency services, and provide housing for officers and commanders.

3.6.7. Establish new detachments and outposts in the border areas, increase the density of border protection and citizen participation.

3.6.8. Increase the number of professional human resources at free zones and border crossings, and use modern inspection equipment and advanced technology to increase access capacity.

3.6.9. Strengthen a professional and capable armed force based on Mongolia's security and fundamental national interests.

3.6.10. Improve the integrated system of peacetime command of the armed forces and border troops.

3.6.11. The supply of weapons and military equipment required by the emergency services, the police and the domestic armed forces shall be resolved in a step-by-step manner.

3.6.12. Establish an “Air Rescue Force” for use in the sector.


Over the past four years, we have created a legal environment to protect at least 50 percent of freshwater resources and major river sources under special state protection in order to maintain ecosystems and natural stability. Tost, Toson Bumba and Noyon Uul were taken under special state protection. The licenses of more than 20 companies that have damaged the environment during mining have been revoked. These companies have been prosecuted for environmental crimes. As a result of the policy to increase the size of special protected areas, 21 percent of the total area has been taken under special protection. In the next 4 years, the government will continue its policy to protect fresh water resources, river headwaters and develop responsible mining. Implement an environmentally friendly green development policy without compromising the needs of future generations. Increase the use of renewable energy and gray water. Provide citizens with guaranteed drinking water. Develop a green economy that adapts to climate change.


4.1.1. At least 55% of fresh water resources and river flows shall be taken under special state protection.

4.1.2. Expand water supply facilities and increase the number of people provided with safe drinking water.

4.1.3. Improve surface water flow and implement Gobi irrigation projects.

4.1.4. Implement measures to reduce the risk of pollution in Lake Hövsgöl.


4.2.1. Mining licenses will be made available to the public and licenses issued in violation of the law will be revoked.

4.2.2. Intensify mining rehabilitation, reduce environmental degradation and maintain ecosystem balance.

4.2.3. We will support responsible mining that rehabilitates, introduces advanced technology, reuses water, and pays for natural resources on time.

4.2.4. Support the project to supply gray water for reuse of water used in production technology in mining.

4.2.5. Restrict the use of industrial groundwater in the Gobi region and regulate the supply of water for mining and industry.

4.2.6. International standards and norms will be strictly followed in putting large mining deposits into economic circulation.

4.2.7. Mine closure costs will be centralized in a shared control account, rehabilitation liability insurance will be introduced, and environmental rehabilitation control will be improved.

4.2.8. Issues related to artisanal mining will be sorted out and the legal environment will be improved.


4.3.1. Expand the network of protected areas to 25 percent of protected areas.

4.3.2. Implement a national program called “Smart and Electronic Maps” based on geographic information systems, and open and transparent access to spatial data and information related to land relations.

4.3.3. Implement a national program to protect soil, reduce land degradation and combat desertification.

4.3.4. Introduce advanced agro-technical and irrigation-efficient and effective technologies to increase soil fertility and soil care.

4.3.5. The “Green Belt” project will be implemented to rehabilitate and reuse land degraded by mining, agriculture, infrastructure and pasture use.

4.3.6. Increase the area of ​​green space in Ulaanbaatar and other urban areas to 15 percent.

4.3.7. Renovate the Central Laboratory for Environmental Analysis and improve monitoring of soil, drinking water and air pollution.

4.3.8. Technological innovations will be introduced to increase precipitation in Mongolia.

4.3.9. Increase flood protection dams, canals and engineering structures in densely populated cities and aimag centers.

4.3.10. Reduce desertification and prevent pasture degradation.

4.3.11. Irrigation and wells will continue to increase pasture resources.

4.3.12. Increase investment in environmentally friendly rodents, such as locusts and voles, which cause damage to pastures.

4.3.13. Establish a land management system to reduce pasture degradation, use it properly and protect and rehabilitate it.

4.3.14. Establish a “Herders' Common Fund” for pasture rehabilitation in each soum.


4.4.1. Support green production projects and programs to increase the use of renewable energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

4.4.2. Increase production of environmentally friendly renewable energy.

4.4.3. Develop natural resource-efficient production and consumption of greenhouse gas emissions and low emissions.

4.4.4. Renew energy generation and industrial technology, reduce losses, streamline pricing policies, and increase the share of renewable energy to 25 percent.

4.4.5. Use energy-efficient, advanced technology to reduce heat loss in buildings.

4.4.6. Actively participate in the Northeast Asia Integrated Energy Network initiative and increase investment in renewable energy.


4.5.1. Create optimal incentives for financing, taxes, loans and incentives to support the green economy, and increase investment in supporting eco-technologies.

4.5.2. Develop eco-tourism products and services that meet environmental and hygiene requirements.

4.5.3. Improve the supply chain of agricultural products and support environmentally friendly storage and packaging technologies.

4.5.4. Support and develop environmentally friendly and economical green ideas, attitudes and practices such as sustainable green cities, green buildings, green lifestyles and resource conservation.

4.5.5. Develop environmentally friendly public transport modes and services and create a comfortable travel environment for citizens.

4.5.6. Increase pedestrian safety, bike lanes and parking.


Over the past four years, efforts to reduce air pollution in Ulaanbaatar have resulted in a 50 percent reduction in emissions. In the future, we are implementing a step-by-step work to make not only the capital city but also aimag centers smoke-free. In order to reduce congestion, the Sonsgolon and Bayanzurkh bridges were widened to four lanes and the Yarmag bridge to six lanes. A new traffic police bridge was built and the main road (Nalaikh road) through the eastern junction was widened to four lanes. The “School Bus” project is being implemented in 33 directions in two shifts.

As part of regional development support, the construction of a paved road to six remote aimag centers has been completed, and by 2020, all aimag centers will be connected to the capital city. The construction of the vertical axis connecting Russia and China in the western region has been completed. Export meat processing plants were put into operation in Uvurkhangai and Bulgan aimags in the Khangai region. A 414 km Tavan Tolgoi-Zuunbayan railway is being built in the central region, and an oil refining complex is being built in Dornogovi aimag. Five historic tourist complexes are being built in the eastern region.

Over the next four years, air and environmental pollution will be reduced by 70-80 percent in the capital city and aimag centers. We will set a goal to become a capital city with a citizen-friendly and comfortable living environment, develop our satellite cities, and create a “Golden Circle of Development” by road. Renew regional development policies and improve the network of hard and soft infrastructure to support local development. Mega mining and processing projects will be implemented in the regions. Reduce the gap between urban and rural development and create opportunities for people to live well in their communities. Nationwide, 150,000 households will be provided with comfortable housing with engineering solutions, and thermal power plants will be built in 10 aimag centers. Establish 10 industrial and technology parks and establish an integrated trade preparation system. Increase local incomes and improve quality of life.


5.1.1. In each district of Ulaanbaatar, access to green areas and parks for recreation and leisure will be doubled.

5.1.2. Citizens and business entities that have created green facilities will be rewarded, and green standards for households in ger districts and summer camps will be established and enforced.

5.1.3. Reforestation of Bogd Khan Uul, Bayanzurkh Khairkhan, Songino Khairkhan, Chingeltei Khairkhan, Dambadarjaa Khairkhan and sacred mountain hills will be started in partnership with citizens and the public and private sectors.

5.1.4. Establish a legal framework for eco-payments and implement a comprehensive technology and management policy for environmentally sound waste disposal.

5.1.5. Protected strips of Tuul, Selbe, Tolgoit, Bayangol and Uliastai rivers will be established and recreational facilities will be built.

5.1.6. Utility service centers will be established in remote areas of the city to provide citizens with regular access to hot water, hairdressing, beauty and dry cleaning services.


5.2.1. Approve and implement the “General Development Plan of Ulaanbaatar until 2040”.

5.2.2. Develop and implement zoning rules and unified standards of the capital city to diversify the city's economy, ensure security and increase competitiveness.

5.2.3. Up to 40 percent of ger area households will be introduced to new solutions with independent advanced heating, electricity, water supply and sewerage technologies.

5.2.4. Within the framework of reducing and preventing the risk of earthquakes and natural disasters, the registration of buildings, structures and apartments, renovation and strengthening of buildings that do not meet the operational requirements will be organized in stages.

5.2.5. Approve the master plan for flood protection facilities and engineering preparation in Ulaanbaatar and reduce the number of households living in high-risk areas.

5.2.6. 5G-LTE service technology will be introduced to connect the city's population to high-speed Internet and transmit mobile data.

5.2.7. Intensify the safety of the city's citizens and introduce a comprehensive surveillance solution for full camera surveillance of roads, streets and public roads.

5.2.8. A complex for organizing international summits, exhibitions and events will be built.

5.2.9. City streets, squares, apartments and ger districts will be equipped with children's playgrounds and green areas that meet international standards, creating an environment for children, students and youth to spend their free time properly.

5.2.10. Increase the city's reliable source of heat and electricity, and introduce smart management solutions.

5.2.11. Introduce a common standard for street, site names and building addresses, and organize the “Ulaanbaatar Street” campaign to foster urban culture.


5.3.1. Increase the production of improved briquettes and semi-coked fuels that fully meet the needs of citizens and businesses, improve the insulation of apartments and reduce air pollution by 70-80 percent.

5.3.2. Soil pollution will be reduced through the establishment of integrated sewerage engineering facilities and the introduction of bio-toilets among ger area households.

5.3.3. Paving unpaved roads in ger areas and summer cottages will reduce dust by 50 percent.

5.3.4. Provide policy support for electric and hybrid vehicles, and establish a network for charging with electricity and gas.

5.3.5. Increase the number of gas and electric buses in public transportation and continue to modernize the fleet.

5.3.6. Take waste management to a new level of sorting, collection and recycling management.

5.3.7. Hazardous waste disposal facilities and construction waste disposal facilities will be established, recycled and recycled.

5.3.8. Ger area households will be provided with temporary ash storage bins and an ash recycling plant will be established.

5.3.9. The ash ponds of "Thermal Power Plant - 3" and "Thermal Power Plant - 4" in Ulaanbaatar will be equipped with a permanent irrigation system.

5.3.10. Protect the Bogd Khan Uul ecosystem and establish eco-corridors.


5.4.1. Implement the master plan for the development of Ulaanbaatar's roads until 2030, completely repair the damaged roads, improve the accessibility of intersections and exits, and expand and renovate road infrastructure.

5.4.2. In the city center, a railway will be built along the railway, 8 tunnels and bridges will be built, and a double road will be built where necessary.

5.4.3. Improve the quality and accessibility of public transportation services and increase the number of bus routes and stops.

5.4.4. We will create a variety of passenger transportation services and create conditions for citizens to travel in a short period of time.

5.4.5. The “Bicycle Road” program will be continued, a new network of 150 km of bicycle lanes will be built in accordance with the standards, and bicycle parking infrastructure will be expanded.

5.4.6. A special public transport bus project will be implemented and a bus station will be built for the convenience of passengers in winter and summer.

5.4.7. The “School Bus” project will continue to provide safe and secure transportation for all secondary school students in the capital city.

5.4.8. Ulaanbaatar's traffic light management will be transferred to a smart system.

5.4.9. Introduce a new type of eco-electric car rental service in Ulaanbaatar.


5.5.1. Decentralization will be achieved through the construction of Ulaanbaatar bypasses and the development of satellite and suburban areas.

5.5.2. Build a ring road connecting the Great Ring Road and the Selbe Highway and Peripheral Sub-Centers.

5.5.3. Develop and implement a partial master plan for the "New Zuunmod" city, which will follow the new Khushig Valley International Airport.

5.5.4. Develop freight logistics in the west and east of the city and improve the supply and distribution system in the Ulaanbaatar region.

5.5.5. Step-by-step measures will be taken to build new and increase the capacity of Ulaanbaatar city, satellite and occasional city engineering networks and underground facilities.

5.5.6. Create new sources of heat and electricity, expand networks and ensure energy security.

5.5.7. Decentralize the capital city by building roads, infrastructure, and public transportation networks connecting new city centers, sub-centers, specialized centers, and community centers.


5.6.1. It will increase the supply of affordable (income-generating, private, rental, green) engineering solutions, provide housing to 100,000 households, and provide housing to more than 70 percent of its citizens.

5.6.2. Households in the central, middle, suburban and summer areas of Ulaanbaatar's ger districts will be connected to the central, partial and independent engineering infrastructure.

5.6.3. The Ulaanbaatar Central Wastewater Treatment Plant and Industrial Wastewater Pre-Treatment Plant will be completed. Renovate the treatment plant.

5.6.4. As part of the redevelopment of Ulaanbaatar's ger districts, the program will be extended to all districts to exchange land for apartments, and mortgage loans will be provided to those who want to build private houses.


5.7.1 Bayangol district

1. Increase access to Family Group Practices and build schools and kindergartens in khoroos without schools and kindergartens.

2. Underpasses and bridges will be built along the main road of Peace Avenue, traffic congestion will be reduced, and the main part of the road from L.Enebish Avenue to the trolleybus terminal will be transferred to the underground facility system.

3. Build a comfortable and modern recreation area “Bayangol Park”.

4. Completely renovate old elevators that have expired or broken down, demolish old brick garages and build a double heated parking lot.

5. Fully connect remote ger areas to electricity, provide street lighting, and build new water wells in 6 khoroos.

5.7.2. Bayanzurkh district

1. “Children and youth culture and recreation complex”, “Bayanzurkh park” and “Culture and sports complex” named after General Sukhbaatar will be built.

2. Renovate a new 300-bed general hospital and a TB dispensary in Khoroo V, Bayanzurkh District, and build a “Public Health Center”.

3. The road from the space junction to Dambadarjaa and the road between Darii-Ekh and Shar Khad ger districts will be widened in accordance with the standard, and the pedestrian-bicycle road, flood drainage and lighting sections will be equipped together.

4. Establish a nursing home that meets international standards, a care center for children and adults with special needs (disabilities) with permanent care, and a cultural and health center for the elderly.

5. A plant for sorting and processing glass, plastic, plastic bags and paper waste will be established at the Tsagaan Davaa landfill. Facade insulation and plumbing renovations of dilapidated apartments will be phased out.

5.7.3. Sukhbaatar District

1. Build a district public library, put unfinished school, kindergarten and hospital buildings into operation, and establish new ones in necessary committees.

2. Implement a special program to protect the health and fitness of citizens.

3. Create a system to support the initiative of citizens to improve their houses, towns and streets, provide funding, support the form of partnerships to initiate the planting of trees, shrubs and shrubs in order to reduce air and soil pollution, and provide incentives for the number and amount grown.

4. In order to reduce heat and energy losses in prefabricated houses built before the 1970s, apartments will be insulated and public roads will be improved.

5. Implement international experience in sorting waste and accepting and serving physical packaging such as waste glass and metal at points of sale.

5.7.4. Chingeltei district

1. Build a maternity hospital and a specialized hospital for people with special needs (disabilities).

2. Encourage employers to create new jobs, train young people and provide them with jobs.

3. Intensify the establishment of service centers with engineering infrastructure in ger districts, support the construction of private houses, and renovate wooden toilets with bio-toilets.

4. Decide on housing and land acquisition in ger areas.

5. Increase the district's green space and encourage families to plant trees in their yards.

5.7.5 Khan-Uul district

1. Provide access to tertiary care in the district and establish a model hospital.

2. Increase the forest fund of Bogd Uul, improve the flow of the Tuul River, protect the basin and build a recreation complex along the coast.

3. Leather factories will be removed from residential areas.

4. Fully connect remote ger districts to electricity, provide street lighting with complete lighting, and build a bridge with a road over the Tuul River from the border of 4th and 5th khoroo.

5. Implement an eco-camp program for young families.

5.7.6 Songinokhairkhan district

1. Increase the number of schools and kindergartens in the district, build new ones in the necessary khoroos, and establish at least two schools with international programs and quality requirements.

2. Improve the environment for convenient delivery of basic public services to citizens from one place.

3. Within the framework of ger area redevelopment, the “Tolgoit sub-center” with hospitals, schools, kindergartens and business incubators will be commissioned and micro-sub-centers will be established in the required locations.

4. Expand the housing program with a new organization and provide housing to citizens.

5. Heating boilers will be dismantled in stages and consumers will be connected to central and partial sources.

5.7.7 Baganuur district

1. Create conditions for independent development of Baganuur district.

2. Establish a vocational training center based on infrastructure and industrial resources.

3. Increase water supply, energy network and engineering infrastructure in order to transfer some heavy and light industries operating in Ulaanbaatar to Baganuur district.

4. At least 30,000 tons of smokeless fuel plant per year will be built using lignite from Baganuur mine.

5. Partial engineering facilities for water, sewage and heating will be built in ger districts, fully connected to electricity, streets and squares will be fully lit, and the exterior facades of old apartments will be insulated and improved.

5.7.8 Nalaikh district

1. Expansion and renovation of the thermal power plant, construction of additional new power substation, Tavan Tolgoi improved fuel plant-II and creation of new jobs.

2. A new 300-bed medical hospital, Golomt complex school, a new building of school No. 103, a new kindergarten will be built in the required khoroo, and a community and senior leisure center will be built.

3. Roads and sidewalks will be built in district centers, apartment and ger districts, and households will be connected to energy and heat sources.

4. Intensify the activities of the industrial technology park and establish an international freight, logistics and wholesale center.

5. Develop into a city that supports tourism and establish an “Development Gate Youth e-Campus” that supports business and cultural relations.

5.7.9 Bagakhangai district

1. Build a new thermal power plant and connect the ger area to the heating, water and sewage engineering facilities.

2. Build a new Palace of Culture.

3. Intensify the activities of “Bagakhangai Industrial Technology Park”, support the initiative to build glass, glass products and construction glass factories, and restore the operation of meat processing plants.

4. Establish a loading and unloading terminal for the Ulaanbaatar railway.

5. Create a equestrian center to bring traditional Mongolian horse racing in line with modern standards.


5.8.1. Social, economic, tax and credit policies will support people moving from Ulaanbaatar to rural areas, create opportunities for employment, start a business and provide housing.

5.8.2. Darkhan and Erdenet will be turned into state-level, aimag centers, and large settlements into local-level cities, creating opportunities for independent development.

5.8.3. Citizens of remote aimags and soums will be provided with regional allowances and supported by tax and credit policies.

5.8.4. Develop a tax system in line with regional development policies and support the establishment of large enterprises in remote regions, aimags and soums.

5.8.5. Government policies will support rural businesses and increase employment.

5.8.6. Increase local development fund resources.

5.8.7. Unified standards will be created in urban and rural areas to create favorable conditions for citizens to study, work, live in a safe environment and travel.

5.8.8. Introduce environmentally friendly and advanced techniques and technologies in rural areas to reduce air, soil and environmental pollution.

5.8.9. Vocational training centers will be supported based on the concept of regional development, and the system of incentives for vocational training will be revived.

5.8.10. Comprehensive measures to provide housing for local teachers, doctors and civil servants will be implemented within the framework of decentralization policy.

5.8.11. Night energy tariffs in aimags will be zero.


5.9.1. Intensify the establishment of 10 export-oriented industrial and technology parks in the regions and create a favorable tax and legal environment.

5.9.2. We will create an e-commerce infrastructure for small and medium enterprises and create a very favorable business environment.

5.9.3. Trade and service centers will be established at 51 points in 21 aimags along international and national roads, creating opportunities to sell local products.

5.9.4. A total of 10 thermal power plants will be built in Arkhangai, Bayankhongor, Gobi-Altai, Govisumber, Dundgovi, Zavkhan, Uvurkhangai, Khentii, Tuv and Sukhbaatar aimags.

5.9.5. Zamyn-Uud, Altanbulag, Sainshand, Tsogttsetsii and Khushig valley transportation and logistics centers will be established.

5.9.6. Complete the development of general land management plans for aimags and the capital city.

5.9.7. Implement the “Soum Development” program, increase the number of reference soums to 99 and gradually increase investment.

5.9.8. Ger areas in aimag centers will be relocated to private and public housing areas with infrastructure solutions and housing will be provided.

5.9.9. The “Local Roads” program will be implemented in each aimag.

5.9.10. Renovate soum bathhouses and improve public service infrastructure.

5.9.11. Citizens who are building new fences, houses and apartments in soums will be covered by mortgage loans.


5.10.1. Build roads and railways connecting strategic deposits to border crossings, develop ports in line with international standards, and create conditions for the export of mining products.

5.10.2. Establish agricultural transportation and logistics centers in the regions, establish a procurement system, develop food and agricultural production, and fully meet domestic demand and export.

5.10.3. A certain percentage of natural resource use fees will be centralized in the respective aimags and soums.

5.10.4. Complete the construction of horizontal railways, logistics centers and ports in the Gobi region, and develop environmentally friendly, transparent and responsible mining.

5.10.5. The design and construction of the Arvaikheer-Uvurkhangai-Saikhan Ovoo-Dundgovi-Shivee-Khuren vertical freight roads will begin.

5.10.6. Create a reliable source of energy in the Gobi region and create conditions for the development of export-oriented production.

5.10.7. Build a basic network of infrastructure (roads, railways, energy, communications) and create the basic conditions for economic cooperation in Northeast Asia.

5.10.8. Establish an international transport and logistics center connecting the markets of Siberia, Krasnoyarsk, Tuva and Khakassia.



1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

a. Ger area land reorganization project-300

b. Permitted construction project - 800

c. Demolition and construction of substandard apartment buildings - 350

d. Rental apartment - 200

2. Build a thermal power plant and gradually reduce air pollution in Tsetserleg.

3. Centralized engineering facilities will be established in soums and soum center residents will be provided with comfortable housing.

4. Build a new sports palace.

5. Establish a park for children and youth to rest, walk and spend their time properly.

6. Create and develop light industry complexes based on livestock raw materials.

7. Complete the construction of the Millennium Road horizontal roads and connect soum centers with improved and paved roads.

8. Intensify efforts to turn the “Khangai region” into a tourism center based on natural beauty, historical monuments and hot springs, and improve entertainment.

9. Build a museum of natural history.

10. Create a runway near Tsetserleg.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

a. Permitted construction project - 1000

b. Demolition and construction of substandard apartment buildings - 150

c. New settlement zone development project-600

d. Rental apartment - 200

2. Build a children's palace, school, kindergarten, family clinic and cultural center.

3. Build a new thermal power plant.

4. Construction of paved road from Ulgii-Ulaankhus-Tsengel, Tolbo-Deluun and UlgiiKhotgor mines.

5. Expand Ulgii Airport to A2 rating.

6. Intensify operations at Tsagaannuur Free Zone and Dayan Port.

7. A new treatment plant will be built and put into operation in the center of Ulgii soum.

8. Develop natural and adventure tourism based on the Mongolian-Altai and Altai-Sayan natural beauties.

9. Implement the “New Ulgii” urban development project and clean the Ulgii soum landfill according to environmentally friendly methods and technologies.

10. Increase production of agricultural raw materials and products.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land reconstruction project500

-Permitted construction project- 600

-Demolition and construction of new apartment buildings that do not meet operational requirements- 200

-Rental apartment- 200

2. Continue the “Smoke-free-Bayankhongor” project by connecting ger area households in Bayankhongor soum to the central heating, clean and sewage network and reduce environmental pollution.

3. Construction of flood drainage engineering facility in Bayankhongor city.

4. Start work on a 700 km vertical road to “Tsetserleg city-Erdenetsogt soum-Bayankhongor city-Bayanlig soum-Gurvantes soum”.

5. Bayankhongor soum - 56 km road to Shargaljuut and reinforced concrete bridge in 4 major rivers.

6. Continue the “Development Guide-Infrastructure” project in the center of Bayankhongor city and build a 20 km road.

7. To build and expand health centers, schools and kindergartens in 10 soums of Bayankhongor aimag, local government buildings in 8 soums, and cultural centers in 4 soums.

8. Winter sports complex to be built in Bayankhongor.

9. Implement the “Soum Development” program, connect soum center households with utilities, and provide street lighting to streets and districts.

10. A program to support household sewing industry will be implemented in all soums.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land reorganization project-500

-Permitted construction project- 200

-Project to demolish and build new apartment buildings that do not meet operational requirements- 100

-Rental apartment- 200.

2. A 50-bed children's hospital will be built next to the general hospital.

3. A mechanized vegetable cellar with a capacity of 1000 tons will be built in Bulgan soum.

4. A new building for the Music and Drama Theater will be built in the aimag center.

5. Establish public service points in each soum.

6. Establish a concrete batching plant in Bulgan soum.

7. Intensify the implementation of the “New Countryside” program.

8. A wool washing plant with a capacity of 1,100 tons will be built in Bulgan soum.

9. Complete the Bulgan-Khishig-Undur-Gurvanbulag road and start work on the Khutag-Undur-Teshig-Baga-Ilenkh port.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land reorganization project-500

-Permitted construction project- 800

-New settlement zone development project-400

-Rental apartment- 200

2. Implement projects for processing livestock raw materials and producing organic food.

3. Develop irrigated agriculture.

4. Start connecting paved roads to Delger, Khukhmorit, Bayan-Uul, Darvi and Biger soums with the aimag center.

5. The heating plant to be built in Altai city will be commissioned, the second circuit network will be completely renovated and hot and cold water will be provided.

6. Implement a project to build a thermal power plant to supply electricity to the Western region based on the Khuren river coal deposit in Tugrug soum.

7. A plant with a capacity of 360 thousand tons of cement per year will be built and put into operation based on the Durvuljin limestone deposit in Taishir soum.

8. Establish a concentrator based on Taishir soum iron ore deposit and start exporting.

9. Build and commission a 10 MW solar power plant in Altai.

10. Establish a military engineering unit.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Permitted construction project- 600

-Rental apartments- 100

2. Construction of Govisumber-Mandalgobi road.

3. Build a sports complex with a swimming pool.

4. Establish a waste recycling plant in the center of Govisumber aimag.

5. Sumber karakul sheep breeding will be developed and expanded to the level of national production.

6. Develop community-based tourism based on Borjigon cultural heritage. 4

7. Build the “Borjigon” quorum building.

8. Build a house for the elders.

9. Build a cultural and sports complex in Bayantal soum.

10. Increase local light and food production and develop Gobi brand products.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land reorganization project-2300

-Permitted construction project- 800

-Demolition and construction of new apartment buildings that do not meet operational requirements- 600

-Rental apartments- 500

-New settlement zone development project - 1500

2. Renovate the water and heating lines in Darkhan city, improve the reliable operation of water, heat and energy supply, and connect remote ger districts to infrastructure and engineering networks. Construction of treatment facilities in soums.

3. The Darkhan-Ulaanbaatar road will have 4 lanes.

4. Establish a diagnostic center and provide necessary doctors, medical professionals and equipment.

5. Establish science, technology and innovation centers based on the advantages and features of Darkhan city.

6. Build a museum and library complex.

7. Renovate and expand the treatment center in the aimag center and build treatment facilities in other soums.

8. Implement the “Darkhan” leather complex project.

9. An improved briquette plant will be built.

10. Build a waste recycling plant.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land reconstruction project1500

-Permitted construction project- 800

-Project to demolish and build new apartment buildings that do not meet operational requirements- 50

-Rental apartments- 150

2. A school with 960 seats will be built in Sainshand.

3. Build a child and youth development center and a children's park in Sainshand and Zamyn-Uud.

4. Build a new specialized nursing home for the elderly in the Gobi region.

5. Build the “Saran Khukhuu” theater with 800 seats.

6. Build a new thermal power plant.

7. The Khatanbulag-Khangi Mandal transmission line will be constructed and Khangi village will be supplied with permanent power.

8. Based on Danzanravjaa's history and religious heritage, develop community-based tourism and build a 16 km paved road from Sainshand to Khamrin Monastery to Zuunbayan Uul. Develop cross-border tourism. 9. Sainshand-Zuunbayan heavy road will be built. 10. Establish a waste recycling plant in Sainshand.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land reorganization project- 2000

-Permitted construction project- 300

-Demolition and construction of new apartment buildings that do not meet operational requirements-500

-Rental apartment- 200

2. Expand the capacity of Choibalsan TPP by 50 MW.

3. “Choibalsan” airport will be transformed into an international 4C class passenger service complex.

4. Implement the “Soum Development” program.

5. A new sports complex, swimming pool, children's palace, children's general hospital and teacher development center will be built.

6. Expand and renovate water, sewage and heating networks in Choibalsan city.

7. Build an improved fuel and waste treatment plant.

8. Build a paved road to Ulkhan, Ereentsav, Khavirga, Bayankhoshuu and Sumber ports, and expand and renovate the road network in Choibalsan city.

9. Increase the contribution of mining and oil projects to local development.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land reorganization project-500

-Permitted construction project- 800

-Project to demolish and build new apartment buildings that do not meet operational requirements- 150

-Rental apartments- 250

2. Increase ger area engineering infrastructure.

3. Build a central Khalkha anthem and drama school, as well as schools, kindergartens, cultural centers, health centers, sports complexes and gyms with swimming pools in the required soums.

4. Establish branches of schools and domestic universities that meet international standards.

5. Aimag and soum centers will be included in the regional green development investment program, and “Soum Development” program will be implemented in soums.

6. Establish meat, milk and secondary raw material processing plants and business incubators in Saintsagaan, Erdenedalai and Gobi-Ugtaal soums.

7. Encourage the establishment of participatory cooperatives in each soum to introduce local branded food to domestic and foreign markets.

8. Rehabilitate and expand the Ulaanbaatar-Mandalgobi-Dalanzadgad road and build a new Arvaikheer-Mandalgobi-Choir road.

9. Establish tourism centers such as “Great Land Stone”, “Little Land Stone” and “White Stupa” and connect them with international tourism zones.

10. Increase the contribution of mining projects to local development.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land re-planning and construction project-500

-Permitted construction project- 800

-Project to demolish and build new apartment buildings that do not meet operational requirements- 350

-Rental apartment- 200.

2. Implement smokeless Uliastai, soum and settlement programs.

3. Build schools, kindergartens and hospitals in the required soums. Aimag children's summer camp will be revived.

4. Special attention will be paid to the living conditions of children living in dormitories and necessary equipment will be provided.

5. Renovate the fleet of the Aimag General Hospital's long-distance call machine and provide it with a vehicle that meets the standard requirements.

6. Juniper port will be connected with Nömrög soum, Uliastai city with Altai city, Tudevtei, Tsetsen-Uul and Santmargaz soums with Tosontsengel-Ulaangom horizontal road.

7. Governor's offices of Ikh-Uul, Urgamal, Tsagaanchuluut, Tudevtei and Tes soums will be built.

8. Establish a factory to provide low-cost fodder to herders and develop intensive animal husbandry.

9. “Otgontenger” tourism complex will be established.

10. Start construction of Uliastai-Durgun-Myangad road, repair and build local bridges.


1. Increase the supply of various types of income (rental, green) housing and provide 5,000 apartments with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land re-planning and construction project-1500

-New settlement development project-1500

-Permitted construction project- 1000

-Demolition and construction of new apartment buildings that do not meet operational requirements- 500

-Rental apartments- 500

2. In accordance with the amendments to the Constitution of Mongolia, in connection with Orkhon aimag becoming Erdenet city, develop and implement “Erdenet Development-2030” program.

3. Implement a thermal power plant renovation project and connect remote ger areas to infrastructure and utilities.

4. Establish universities, research institutes, expand mining training based on the School of Technology, and establish a science and technology park.

5. Based on the advantages of the city's resources, a mining-metallurgical-chemical, cathode copper processing production and technology park will be established.

6. Build a complex center for child and youth development, a standard school and library that meet international quality and standards.

7. Introduce a sewerage system for the use of the 40 km water supply line in the ger area, which was built by the MON-23-01 project, and intensify the eco-toilet project.

8. Build a locally owned cathode copper plant and briquette plant based on Erdenet Mining Corporation.

9. Khyalganat-Khangal-Erdenet 53 km paved road and Jargalant-Erdenet road in Tuv aimag will be built, and the city road will be expanded and renovated.

10. Create new technology to suppress white dust at the Erdenet plant and protect the health of the city population.

6.13 Uvurkhangai aimag

1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land reorganization project-500

-Permitted construction project- 900

-Demolition and construction of new apartment buildings that do not meet operational requirements- 250

-Rental apartments- 500

2. A new thermal power plant will be built in Arvaikheer and business entities, ger districts and apartments will be connected.

3. Build a 36 MW power plant in Bayanteeg, expand an improved briquette plant to meet the fuel needs of neighboring aimags and reduce air pollution.

4. Establish large feed mills in Kharkhorin and Khujirt soums, fully supply aimag fodder and develop farming.

5. Establish a factory for milk, dairy products, raw materials of animal origin, leather and by-products in Arvaikheer soum, and a slaughterhouse and tannery in the soums.

6. Provide financial support for household production loans such as greenhouses, fruit, potato and vegetable growing, handicrafts and maintenance.

7. Kharkhorin will be developed as a model city based on tourism, and the airport will be turned into an international airport with an aerodrome and passenger service complex with a capacity of 4C international aircraft.

8. “Arvaikheer-Khujirt-Bat-Ulzii tourist road, Arvaikheer and Bayangol soums of Uvurkhangai aimag, SaikhanOvoo of Dundgovi aimag and Tsogt-Ovoo of Umnugovi aimag will be designed and constructed along the A0301 and A0302 roads in the western region. Start work to connect soums with national roads in stages.

9. Provide soums with centralized utilities and treatment facilities, and establish a waste recycling plant in Arvaikheer.

10. Implement a program to increase the capacity of soums to cope with climate risks. / Establish herders 'training halls to promote best practices in soums and improve herders' knowledge and capacity on risks /


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land reconstruction project800

-Permitted construction project- 800

-Demolition and construction of new apartment buildings that do not meet operational requirements- 200

-Rental apartment- 200

2. Establish a university in technology and mining.

3. Establish an industrial park.

4. Develop cross-border and paleontological tourism and establish a paleontological research center and museum.

5. Continue construction of 220 km paved road Dalanzadgad-Bayandalai-Gurvantes. Build the Sevrei-Khongor road and start work on the Choir-Dalanzadgad paved road. Within the framework of expanding the road network, the Gobi soums will be connected by improved and paved roads in stages.

6. Build a thermal power plant in Khanbogd soum and connect Sevrei, Noyon and Gurvantes soums to the central power system.

7. Improve the aimag airport to international standards.

8. Build infrastructure for a new settlement zone in Eco Dalanzadgad and a new settlement zone in Tavan Tolgoi in Tsogttsetsii soum.

9. Develop a sand management complex to protect against desertification.

10. Decide on the investment to implement the Orkhon-Ongi-Ulaan Nuur project.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land reconstruction project300

-Permitted construction project- 300

-New settlement development project-1500

-Rental apartment- 200

2. New schools and kindergartens will be built and put into operation in Baruun Urt, Erdenetsagaan and Munkhkhaan soums.

3. To build new Governor's offices in Asgat, Bayandelger, Erdenetsagaan and Tuvshinshiree soums.

4. A new maternity hospital will be built in the aimag center.

5. Expand the production and technology park, support citizens and business entities to establish agricultural processing plants and workshops, and develop cooperatives to supply raw materials.

6. Start connecting soum centers to the unified paved road network.

7. Improve the infrastructure for the elderly and people with special needs (disabilities), provide them with equal access to social protection and welfare services, contribute to development and create a favorable environment for them to live independently.

8. Intensively develop eco-business and cross-border tourism based on agricultural production based on nature, history, culture and nomadic life.

9. Expand the fodder base and build a powerful mixed fodder plant.

10. Start construction of Khuut industrial park.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land re-planning and construction project-500

-Permitted construction project- 800

-Project to demolish and build new apartment buildings that do not meet operational requirements- 350

-Rental apartment- 200.

2. Develop a general land management plan for Selenge aimag.

3. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the People's Revolution, the Revolutionary Museum in Altanbulag will be renovated.

4. Build a gym that meets modern requirements for children and youth to spend their free time properly.

5. A 50 MW power plant will be built in the aimag center.

6. Darkhan-Selenge road will be upgraded to 4 lanes. 131 km of paved road will be built at Shaamar-Zuunburen-Tsagaannuur and TushigZelter ports.

7. Altanbulag soum will be included in the “Soum Development” program.

8. Establish a starch factory based on local raw materials.

9. Build a meat and dairy factory.

10. Establish a branch school of the Agricultural University.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land reorganization project-800

-Permitted construction project- 1200

-Project to demolish and build new apartment buildings that do not meet operational requirements- 150

-New settlement zone development project-400

-Rental apartment- 200.

2. A diagnostic center will be established based on the aimag general hospital.

3. Increase agricultural production and develop clusters in five economic regions. Increase irrigated agriculture and improve food supply in Ulaanbaatar and satellite cities.

4. Establish and develop a system of centralization, storage, transportation, production, sales exchange, transportation and logistics of goods and raw materials to meet the needs of Ulaanbaatar and Central region cities.

5. Establish a comprehensive public utility infrastructure with supply of heating, water and sewage engineering networks in soum centers, and create an environment for citizens to live comfortably and develop production and services.

6. Ugtaaltsaidam, Tseel, Zaamar, Bayandelger and Argalant soums will be connected to the national road network by paved roads.

7. Expand the capacity of Zuunmod substation and build overhead transmission line.

8. Establish a complex of culture, religion, tourism, ethnos and archeology museums based on the historical monuments of Manjushri and develop tourism.

9. Develop a new historical and cultural tourism region in the Kherlen River Basin based on the monuments that preserve the history and heritage of the Mongol statehood dating back to the Xiongnu Dynasty.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land reorganization project-500

-Permitted construction project- 800

-Project to demolish and build new apartment buildings that do not meet operational requirements- 150

-New settlement zone development project-400

-Rental apartment- 200

2. Start construction of 160 km paved road from Ulaangom to Khovd and 300 km from Ulaangom to Ulgii.

3. Increase ger area engineering infrastructure.

4. Establish and expand soum treatment facilities, water supply and sewerage networks.

5. Deglii Tsagaan Airport will be transformed into an international 4C class passenger service complex.

6. Establish new agro parks and greenhouses in Ulaangom and Baruunturuun, and rehabilitate flour and feed mills.

7. “Borshoo” port will be expanded and renovated as an international port.

8. Develop Uvs, Khar Us and Khyargas lakes as winter and summer recreation and tourism zones and join Central Asia's international tourism cooperation.

9. Improve waste management and introduce waste sorting and processing technologies.

10. Establish national fruit production clusters and increase cultivation, production and exports.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land reorganization project-500

-Permitted construction project- 900

-Demolition and construction of new apartment buildings that do not meet operational requirements- 600

-New settlement development project-500

-Rental apartment- 200

2. Implement the “New Khovd program” to take Khovd aimag to a new level of development, develop Khovd University as a research, innovation and technology center in the western region, and establish a school that meets international quality and standards at the university.

3. A unified laboratory for construction materials in the Western region and a Khovd-Eco cement plant will be commissioned.

4. Expand the heating plant, upgrade the main water and sewage mains, connect 50 percent of the 5,200 households in the ger districts of the aimag center to the infrastructure, “Live well in the yard” and “Soum development” programs to connect the soums to the integrated engineering infrastructure.

5. Establish an improved briquette plant, eliminate night electricity tariffs for ger area households and reduce air pollution by 50 percent.

6. Implement a comprehensive project “Khovd Agro Park” and establish an irrigation system on 2000-5000 hectares of land in Erdeneburen, Bulgan, Myangad and Buyant soums.

7. Establish a “Khovd Industrial and Technology Park” to process and export one million head of livestock raw materials per year in the western region, create 500 new jobs and increase herders' incomes.

8. “Khovd” airport will be turned into an international 4C class passenger service complex and a Khovd tourism service complex will be established along the Gobi-Altai-Khovd-Bayan-Ulgii road.

9. Business entities operating in areas more than 1,000 km away from the capital city will continue to receive a 10 percent lower or 1 percent tax credit and a regional surcharge.

10. Establish an “oil refinery” and reduce fuel prices to the same level as in the central region.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land reorganization project-1000

-Permitted construction project- 800

-Demolition and construction of new apartment buildings that do not meet operational requirements- 250

-New settlement development project-700

-Rental apartment- 200.

2. To build "Nairamdal-2" international summer camp near Khuvsgul sea.

3. Expand the Aimag Center Thermal Power Plant and connect the ger districts to the engineering network in stages.

4. Build a thermal power plant, “Chargait hydropower plant” and a briquette plant based on Mogoin Gol coal and supply it to neighboring aimags.

5. “Murun” airport will be transformed into an international 4C class passenger service complex.

6. Murun - Arkhangai Tariat, Khuvsgul Tosontsengel - Arkhangai Ulziit horizontal tourism, 180 km Hankh - Khatgal and 33 km Khatgal-Jankhai-Toilogt paved roads will be built.

7. Deforestation will be carried out in accordance with the technology, a modern wood processing plant will be established, and deep cleaning and research of Lake Hövsgöl will be carried out.

8. The port of Hankh-Mond will be given international status.

9. Build a thermal power plant in Khatgal village, connect apartments and hotels to the engineering network, and establish a sustainable tourism network based on local people.

10. The Soyombo complex will be turned into a museum.


1. Increase the supply of various types of (income-generating, rental, green) housing and provide housing with engineering facilities. These include:

-Ger area land reconstruction project1200

-Permitted construction project- 800

-New settlement development project-100

-Rental apartment- 200

2. “Millennium Genius-Great Emperor Chinggis Khaan” Historical Tourism National Park Project “Chinggis Khaan” - Dadal soum, “Ikh Khuraldai” - Binder soum, “Huleg Boorchi-Andlalyn Urguu” - Batnorov soum, “Shihihutag-Ikh” government ”- Norovlin soum,“ Mongolian underground mining museum, training, research and tourism center ”- Berkh city,“ Mongolian secret bureau ”Delgerkhaan soum, complexes,“ Information and service standard centers ”completed according to the approved tourism route put into economic circulation.

3. Water sports training center and children's summer camp will be built in Chinggis city.

4. Complete the construction of 265 km of Chinggis city-Dadal route and 50 km of BorUndur-Dalanjargalan paved road and start work on Chinggis-BorUndur road.

5. Turn Undurkhaan Airport into a 4C international passenger service complex and complete the construction of the aerodrome and facilities at Deluun Boldog / Dadal soum / airports.

6. Improved tourism road connecting Tsenkhermandal, Umnudelger, Batshireet, Binder, Bayan-Adarga and Dadal soums. From this, the construction of paved roads in Jargaltkhaan, Umnudelger and Binder directions will start.

7. The work to connect ger area households to the engineering infrastructure will be initiated and resolved in a step-by-step manner.

8. Make Chinggis city a historical tourism business information hub and develop branded products based on the participation of local people in each soum along the new tourism route.

9. Establish inter-soum centers (Chinggis city, Berkh, Bor-Undur, Binder) to process raw materials and by-products of animal origin and turn them into final products.

10. Establish an industrial and technology park in Bor-Undur soum and build a small steel plant.

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