Mongolia’s Foreign Policy and Policy towards North East Asia

This presentation, hosted in collaboration with the Forrest Research Foundation, will be an opportunity to hear Mongolia's Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador to Australia, H.E. Mr Davaasuren Damdinsuren give an insight into the landlocked country's peace-loving and multifaceted foreign policy, with a key focus on its approach towards Northeast Asia.


Over 20 years, Mongolia has been firmly committed to supporting UN peacekeeping and has pledged to increase Mongolian female peacekeepers to 15 percent by 2027. The country with an internationally recognized nuclear-weapon free zone status has promoted the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula through its Ulaanbaatar Dialogue that serves as a confidence-building measure to bring together all stakeholders.

Feb 23, 2024

7:30 AM - 8:45 AM (GMT+8)

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The Ashburton Room, Forrest Hall
21 Hackett Dr., Crawley WA 6009
Crawley, Western Australia, Australia

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Speaker

  • His Excellency Mr Davaasuren Damdinsuren (Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Mongolia to Australia)

    His Excellency Mr Davaasuren Damdinsuren

    Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Mongolia to Australia

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Tickets

Member Ticket

Doors open at 7:15am. Presentation begins at 7:30am

Member Price A$10
Non Member Ticket

Doors open at 7:15am. Presentation begins at 7:30am

A$20

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