Am­bas­sador to Swe­den re­signs

The UB Post - - Front Page - By R.TURMUNKH

Min­is­ter of For­eign Af­fairs D.Tsogt­baatar said on Novem­ber 28 that Am­bas­sador of Mon­go­lia to Swe­den O.Enkht­set­seg handed over her res­ig­na­tion let­ter to him on Novem­ber 9.

The min­is­ter noted that the am­bas­sador wants to con­clude her mis­sion be­cause of a mat­ter re­gard­ing her fam­ily, but did not spec­ify the de­tails.

Peo­ple are cu­ri­ous about why ex­pe­ri­enced diplo­matic O.Enkht­set­seg sub­mit­ted her res­ig­na­tion let­ter.

There is a ru­mor that O.Enkht­set­seg brought some of her fam­ily mem­bers and her maid to Swe­den on tourist visas, which vi­o­lated the Swedish law and diplo­matic pro­to­col. Coun­tries do not al­low res­i­dence per­mits to those who en­tered the coun­try on a tourist visa.

Par­lia­ment ac­cepted the nom­i­na­tion of O.Enkht­set­seg as am­bas­sador to Swe­den in May and af­ter she re­ceived her cre­den­tials from Pres­i­dent Kh.Bat­tulga at the be­gin­ning of Septem­ber, the diplo­mat left for Swe­den.

O.Enkht­set­seg grad­u­ated from the Moscow State In­sti­tute of In­ter­na­tional Re­la­tions in 1984, and has been serv­ing in the field of for­eign af­fairs for 31 years.

She worked at the Mon­go­lian Min­istry of For­eign Af­fairs as a depart­ment head for many years, and as per­ma­nent rep­re­sen­ta­tive of Mon­go­lia to the United Na­tions as sec­ond and first sec­re­taries and am­bas­sador.

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