Mongolia to host JCI Asia-Pacific Conference 2017
- By Dulguun Bayarsaikhan -
- Sep 28,2016
Junior Chamber International (JCI) Mongolia confirmed that it will host the next JCI Regional Congress for Asia and Pacific (ASPAC) from June 8 to 11, 2017, in Ulaanbaatar. On September 23, after the appointment of the new National President of JCI Mongolia, B.Naranjargal, a memorandum of cooperation in organizing ASPAC 2017 was signed with Ulaanbaatar Deputy Mayor in Charge of Green Development and Air Pollution J.Batbayasgalan. Deputy Mayor J.Batbayasgalan emphasized that JCI is a world-class non-profit organization that unites, guides, and motivates young people in bringing about social and economic development, international cooperation, goodwill, and understanding. He said that the Ulaanbaatar Mayor’s Office will actively support the organization of next year’s ASPAC in Mongolia. He added, “Organizing ASPAC 2017 in Ulaanbaatar is a fantastic opportunity to promote Mongolia, in particular Ulaanbaatar, to the rest of the world. Through the conference, we will be able to improve national economic circulation and currency turnover, and enhance the social engagement of young people and the private sector.” So far, nearly 4,000 JCI representatives have registered to participate in the regional congress.