Marching bands lead the parade to Sukhbaatar’s statue

2016 оны 3 сарын 18

Friday 18th of March is “Mongolian Soldier’s Day”, a day which also marks the liberation of the country by Sukhbaatar from the Chinese. On Thursday evening the celebrations began as troops, led by military marching bands paraded from five points in Ulaanbaatar, eventually converging on Chinggis Square. After the parade, the chiefs-of-staff and senior armed forces and civilian representatives led by Minister of Defense Ts.Tsolmon participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Sukhbaatar statue in the center of the square and then paid their respects to the statue of Chinggis Khaan. The Minister of Defense noted that this year’s Mongolian Soldier’s Day marks the 95th anniversary of the creation of the modern armed forces. Today, 300 honored veterans who fought against Japan and together with the USSR against Nazi Germany from 1939-1945 are still alive. The youngest of the veterans is 90 years old and the oldest is 103 years old. The modern Mongolian Armed Forces keep the traditions of professionalism, discipline and patriotism alive – currently, 1000 soldiers are participating in the UN peacekeeping operations abroad.
Friday 18th of March is “Mongolian Soldier’s Day”, a day which also marks the liberation of the country by Sukhbaatar from the Chinese. On Thursday evening the celebrations began as troops, led by military marching bands paraded from five points in Ulaanbaatar, eventually converging on Chinggis Square. After the parade, the chiefs-of-staff and senior armed forces and civilian representatives led by Minister of Defense Ts.Tsolmon participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Sukhbaatar statue in the center of the square and then paid their respects to the statue of Chinggis Khaan. The Minister of Defense noted that this year’s Mongolian Soldier’s Day marks the 95th anniversary of the creation of the modern armed forces. Today, 300 honored veterans who fought against Japan and together with the USSR against Nazi Germany from 1939-1945 are still alive. The youngest of the veterans is 90 years old and the oldest is 103 years old. The modern Mongolian Armed Forces keep the traditions of professionalism, discipline and patriotism alive – currently, 1000 soldiers are participating in the UN peacekeeping operations abroad.
Friday 18th of March is “Mongolian Soldier’s Day”, a day which also marks the liberation of the country by Sukhbaatar from the Chinese. On Thursday evening the celebrations began as troops, led by military marching bands paraded from five points in Ulaanbaatar, eventually converging on Chinggis Square. After the parade, the chiefs-of-staff and senior armed forces and civilian representatives led by Minister of Defense Ts.Tsolmon participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Sukhbaatar statue in the center of the square and then paid their respects to the statue of Chinggis Khaan. The Minister of Defense noted that this year’s Mongolian Soldier’s Day marks the 95th anniversary of the creation of the modern armed forces. Today, 300 honored veterans who fought against Japan and together with the USSR against Nazi Germany from 1939-1945 are still alive. The youngest of the veterans is 90 years old and the oldest is 103 years old. The modern Mongolian Armed Forces keep the traditions of professionalism, discipline and patriotism alive – currently, 1000 soldiers are participating in the UN peacekeeping operations abroad.
Friday 18th of March is “Mongolian Soldier’s Day”, a day which also marks the liberation of the country by Sukhbaatar from the Chinese. On Thursday evening the celebrations began as troops, led by military marching bands paraded from five points in Ulaanbaatar, eventually converging on Chinggis Square. After the parade, the chiefs-of-staff and senior armed forces and civilian representatives led by Minister of Defense Ts.Tsolmon participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Sukhbaatar statue in the center of the square and then paid their respects to the statue of Chinggis Khaan. The Minister of Defense noted that this year’s Mongolian Soldier’s Day marks the 95th anniversary of the creation of the modern armed forces. Today, 300 honored veterans who fought against Japan and together with the USSR against Nazi Germany from 1939-1945 are still alive. The youngest of the veterans is 90 years old and the oldest is 103 years old. The modern Mongolian Armed Forces keep the traditions of professionalism, discipline and patriotism alive – currently, 1000 soldiers are participating in the UN peacekeeping operations abroad.
Friday 18th of March is “Mongolian Soldier’s Day”, a day which also marks the liberation of the country by Sukhbaatar from the Chinese. On Thursday evening the celebrations began as troops, led by military marching bands paraded from five points in Ulaanbaatar, eventually converging on Chinggis Square. After the parade, the chiefs-of-staff and senior armed forces and civilian representatives led by Minister of Defense Ts.Tsolmon participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Sukhbaatar statue in the center of the square and then paid their respects to the statue of Chinggis Khaan. The Minister of Defense noted that this year’s Mongolian Soldier’s Day marks the 95th anniversary of the creation of the modern armed forces. Today, 300 honored veterans who fought against Japan and together with the USSR against Nazi Germany from 1939-1945 are still alive. The youngest of the veterans is 90 years old and the oldest is 103 years old. The modern Mongolian Armed Forces keep the traditions of professionalism, discipline and patriotism alive – currently, 1000 soldiers are participating in the UN peacekeeping operations abroad.
Friday 18th of March is “Mongolian Soldier’s Day”, a day which also marks the liberation of the country by Sukhbaatar from the Chinese. On Thursday evening the celebrations began as troops, led by military marching bands paraded from five points in Ulaanbaatar, eventually converging on Chinggis Square. After the parade, the chiefs-of-staff and senior armed forces and civilian representatives led by Minister of Defense Ts.Tsolmon participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Sukhbaatar statue in the center of the square and then paid their respects to the statue of Chinggis Khaan. The Minister of Defense noted that this year’s Mongolian Soldier’s Day marks the 95th anniversary of the creation of the modern armed forces. Today, 300 honored veterans who fought against Japan and together with the USSR against Nazi Germany from 1939-1945 are still alive. The youngest of the veterans is 90 years old and the oldest is 103 years old. The modern Mongolian Armed Forces keep the traditions of professionalism, discipline and patriotism alive – currently, 1000 soldiers are participating in the UN peacekeeping operations abroad.
Friday 18th of March is “Mongolian Soldier’s Day”, a day which also marks the liberation of the country by Sukhbaatar from the Chinese. On Thursday evening the celebrations began as troops, led by military marching bands paraded from five points in Ulaanbaatar, eventually converging on Chinggis Square. After the parade, the chiefs-of-staff and senior armed forces and civilian representatives led by Minister of Defense Ts.Tsolmon participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Sukhbaatar statue in the center of the square and then paid their respects to the statue of Chinggis Khaan. The Minister of Defense noted that this year’s Mongolian Soldier’s Day marks the 95th anniversary of the creation of the modern armed forces. Today, 300 honored veterans who fought against Japan and together with the USSR against Nazi Germany from 1939-1945 are still alive. The youngest of the veterans is 90 years old and the oldest is 103 years old. The modern Mongolian Armed Forces keep the traditions of professionalism, discipline and patriotism alive – currently, 1000 soldiers are participating in the UN peacekeeping operations abroad.
Friday 18th of March is “Mongolian Soldier’s Day”, a day which also marks the liberation of the country by Sukhbaatar from the Chinese. On Thursday evening the celebrations began as troops, led by military marching bands paraded from five points in Ulaanbaatar, eventually converging on Chinggis Square. After the parade, the chiefs-of-staff and senior armed forces and civilian representatives led by Minister of Defense Ts.Tsolmon participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Sukhbaatar statue in the center of the square and then paid their respects to the statue of Chinggis Khaan. The Minister of Defense noted that this year’s Mongolian Soldier’s Day marks the 95th anniversary of the creation of the modern armed forces. Today, 300 honored veterans who fought against Japan and together with the USSR against Nazi Germany from 1939-1945 are still alive. The youngest of the veterans is 90 years old and the oldest is 103 years old. The modern Mongolian Armed Forces keep the traditions of professionalism, discipline and patriotism alive – currently, 1000 soldiers are participating in the UN peacekeeping operations abroad.
Friday 18th of March is “Mongolian Soldier’s Day”, a day which also marks the liberation of the country by Sukhbaatar from the Chinese. On Thursday evening the celebrations began as troops, led by military marching bands paraded from five points in Ulaanbaatar, eventually converging on Chinggis Square. After the parade, the chiefs-of-staff and senior armed forces and civilian representatives led by Minister of Defense Ts.Tsolmon participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Sukhbaatar statue in the center of the square and then paid their respects to the statue of Chinggis Khaan. The Minister of Defense noted that this year’s Mongolian Soldier’s Day marks the 95th anniversary of the creation of the modern armed forces. Today, 300 honored veterans who fought against Japan and together with the USSR against Nazi Germany from 1939-1945 are still alive. The youngest of the veterans is 90 years old and the oldest is 103 years old. The modern Mongolian Armed Forces keep the traditions of professionalism, discipline and patriotism alive – currently, 1000 soldiers are participating in the UN peacekeeping operations abroad.
Friday 18th of March is “Mongolian Soldier’s Day”, a day which also marks the liberation of the country by Sukhbaatar from the Chinese. On Thursday evening the celebrations began as troops, led by military marching bands paraded from five points in Ulaanbaatar, eventually converging on Chinggis Square. After the parade, the chiefs-of-staff and senior armed forces and civilian representatives led by Minister of Defense Ts.Tsolmon participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Sukhbaatar statue in the center of the square and then paid their respects to the statue of Chinggis Khaan. The Minister of Defense noted that this year’s Mongolian Soldier’s Day marks the 95th anniversary of the creation of the modern armed forces. Today, 300 honored veterans who fought against Japan and together with the USSR against Nazi Germany from 1939-1945 are still alive. The youngest of the veterans is 90 years old and the oldest is 103 years old. The modern Mongolian Armed Forces keep the traditions of professionalism, discipline and patriotism alive – currently, 1000 soldiers are participating in the UN peacekeeping operations abroad.
Friday 18th of March is “Mongolian Soldier’s Day”, a day which also marks the liberation of the country by Sukhbaatar from the Chinese. On Thursday evening the celebrations began as troops, led by military marching bands paraded from five points in Ulaanbaatar, eventually converging on Chinggis Square. After the parade, the chiefs-of-staff and senior armed forces and civilian representatives led by Minister of Defense Ts.Tsolmon participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Sukhbaatar statue in the center of the square and then paid their respects to the statue of Chinggis Khaan. The Minister of Defense noted that this year’s Mongolian Soldier’s Day marks the 95th anniversary of the creation of the modern armed forces. Today, 300 honored veterans who fought against Japan and together with the USSR against Nazi Germany from 1939-1945 are still alive. The youngest of the veterans is 90 years old and the oldest is 103 years old. The modern Mongolian Armed Forces keep the traditions of professionalism, discipline and patriotism alive – currently, 1000 soldiers are participating in the UN peacekeeping operations abroad.
Friday 18th of March is “Mongolian Soldier’s Day”, a day which also marks the liberation of the country by Sukhbaatar from the Chinese. On Thursday evening the celebrations began as troops, led by military marching bands paraded from five points in Ulaanbaatar, eventually converging on Chinggis Square. After the parade, the chiefs-of-staff and senior armed forces and civilian representatives led by Minister of Defense Ts.Tsolmon participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Sukhbaatar statue in the center of the square and then paid their respects to the statue of Chinggis Khaan. The Minister of Defense noted that this year’s Mongolian Soldier’s Day marks the 95th anniversary of the creation of the modern armed forces. Today, 300 honored veterans who fought against Japan and together with the USSR against Nazi Germany from 1939-1945 are still alive. The youngest of the veterans is 90 years old and the oldest is 103 years old. The modern Mongolian Armed Forces keep the traditions of professionalism, discipline and patriotism alive – currently, 1000 soldiers are participating in the UN peacekeeping operations abroad.
Friday 18th of March is “Mongolian Soldier’s Day”, a day which also marks the liberation of the country by Sukhbaatar from the Chinese. On Thursday evening the celebrations began as troops, led by military marching bands paraded from five points in Ulaanbaatar, eventually converging on Chinggis Square. After the parade, the chiefs-of-staff and senior armed forces and civilian representatives led by Minister of Defense Ts.Tsolmon participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Sukhbaatar statue in the center of the square and then paid their respects to the statue of Chinggis Khaan. The Minister of Defense noted that this year’s Mongolian Soldier’s Day marks the 95th anniversary of the creation of the modern armed forces. Today, 300 honored veterans who fought against Japan and together with the USSR against Nazi Germany from 1939-1945 are still alive. The youngest of the veterans is 90 years old and the oldest is 103 years old. The modern Mongolian Armed Forces keep the traditions of professionalism, discipline and patriotism alive – currently, 1000 soldiers are participating in the UN peacekeeping operations abroad.
Friday 18th of March is “Mongolian Soldier’s Day”, a day which also marks the liberation of the country by Sukhbaatar from the Chinese. On Thursday evening the celebrations began as troops, led by military marching bands paraded from five points in Ulaanbaatar, eventually converging on Chinggis Square. After the parade, the chiefs-of-staff and senior armed forces and civilian representatives led by Minister of Defense Ts.Tsolmon participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Sukhbaatar statue in the center of the square and then paid their respects to the statue of Chinggis Khaan. The Minister of Defense noted that this year’s Mongolian Soldier’s Day marks the 95th anniversary of the creation of the modern armed forces. Today, 300 honored veterans who fought against Japan and together with the USSR against Nazi Germany from 1939-1945 are still alive. The youngest of the veterans is 90 years old and the oldest is 103 years old. The modern Mongolian Armed Forces keep the traditions of professionalism, discipline and patriotism alive – currently, 1000 soldiers are participating in the UN peacekeeping operations abroad.
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