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Dear Friends,

On behalf of the Government of Mongolia and my fellow colleagues, I am truly humbled to cordially salute all of you and warmly welcome you to visit the official website of the Consulate General of Mongolia in San Francisco, the USA. It is my great honor and privilege as well as a splendid professional experience to be the first Consul General of Mongolia in San Francisco.

I am very pleased to duly note that the opening of the Consulate General of Mongolia in San Francisco in 2011 was a new remarkable chapter in the Mongolia-US bilateral relations since the establishment, in 1987, of formal diplomatic ties between the two equally great nations that eventually have reached comprehensive partnership  based upon shared values and common strategic interests.  Since our arrival at this fabulous city on the West Coast of the United States, my dedicated  team has been inspired and committed to  further  promote  and deepen the existing friendly relations and fruitful cooperation in various areas, including political dialogue, trade and business, development, culture, education, and security among others;  to provide the needed consular services to Mongolian residents and American and other foreign citizens; and  to advance Mongolia’s interests in its consular district.

Our website is designed to give you updated comprehensive information on Mongolia, Mongolia-US bilateral relations, legislations and decisions,  relevant to Mongolian citizens residing abroad and respectively adopted by the Parliament and Government  of Mongolia, U.S. laws and regulations on  foreign residents, and our office and its services.

Should you require further information or assistance, you are most welcome to contact the Consulate General of Mongolia in San Francisco.

Thank you for visiting our website!


ANKHBAYAR Nyamdorj
Consul General

 
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Source: MONTSAME
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