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Joint Statement: On the Japan-Mongolia-United States Trilateral MeetingIn pursuit of their joint interests and shared values, Japan, Mongolia, and the United States held a trilateral meeting on October 28, 2022, in Tokyo. The three sides discussed a wide range of regional security challenges, economic issues, and areas for cooperation. The three sides reaffirmed their commitment to strong ties with each other, and dedication to their visions for a free and open Indo-Pacific. Japan and the United States expressed their support for Mongolia’s democracy and Third Neighbor policy. Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Asia and Oceania Bureau Director General Funakoshi Takehiro, Mongolian Ministry of Foreign Affairs State Secretary Nyamdorj Ankhbayar, and U. S. Japan, Mongolia and the United States expressed their respective views regarding the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s (DPRK) continued development of nuclear weapons and their means of delivery, including the unprecedented number of ballistic missiles launched in 2022. All sides underlined the necessity of resuming dialogue, and called on the DPRK to fully comply with its obligations under relevant UN Security Council Resolutions and to engage in dialogue. Special Exhibition “100 Years of Mongolia: Encounters through Photography” (2022-03-17)When: 2022年03月17日 @ 10:00 – 2022年05月31日 @ 17:00 Asia/Tokyo Timezone 2022-03-17T10:00:00+09:00 2022-05-31T17:00:00+09:00 Where: The Special Exhibition Hall, National Museum of Ethnology Exhibition Period Thursday, March 17 – Tuesday, May 31, 2022 Location Hours 10:00 a. m. – 5:00 p. (Entry is permitted until 4:30 p. ) Closed on Wednesdays (*Note that the museum is open on Wednesday, May 4 and closed on Friday, May 6 instead) Presented by the National Museum of Ethnology Admission Fee Adults ¥880 (¥600), and college/ university students ¥450 (¥250), senior high school and elementary and junior high school students Free * Visitors can also view the regular exhibits. * Those in brackets () are discount charges for groups of more than 20 people, people of universities and the like* who use this facility as part of their classwork, high school students writing reports, repeat visitors within 3 months after the last visit, and people 65 years old and older (certification required). how to watch & stream nhl games Our broadcast partners provide cutting-edge TV production, expert broadcast teams and high-quality streaming apps to ensure you can watch NHL hockey action ... Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Mark Lambert participated in the meeting. Japan, Mongolia, and the United States emphasized the importance of international law, including the United Nations Charter and the principles of sovereign equality, respect for the independence and territorial integrity of states, and prohibition of the threat or use of force. To this end, the three sides expressed concern over the suffering of the Ukrainian people. The three sides also expressed deep concern about the risk of nuclear weapons use and the deteriorated international security environment, and also called on all states to affirm that a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought. Japan, Mongolia Leaders Discuss Vivant Tourism HopesNewsfrom Japan Politics Sep 21, 2023 15:29 (JST) English 日本語 简体字 繁體字 Français Español العربية Русский New York, Sept. 20 (Jiji Press)--Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Wednesday discussed with Mongolian President Ukhnaa Khurelsukh hopes for tourism exchanges between their countries following the popularity of the Japanese television drama "Vivant. "In their one-hour lunch meeting in New York, the two leaders said they hope Tokyo Broadcasting System Television Inc. 's Vivant, shot in Mongolia, will lead to mutual understanding and the strengthening of tourism exchanges between the two countries' citizens. Kishida explained that Japan's discharge of tritium-containing treated water from the meltdown-hit Fukushima No. Injinaash, a talented contemporary Mongolian photographer, with photographs taken by explorers from other countries around 100 years ago. Here, at Minpaku, you will encounter a new Mongolia. Related Event Minpaku Seminar “Contemporary Mongolia through the Eyes of B. Injinaash” Date and Time:Saturday, May 21 1:30 p. – 3 p. m. Place:Auditorium, National Museum of Ethnology * Online (live) streaming available Lecturer:B. Injinaash (Photographer), MINATO Chihiro (Photographer; Professor, Tama Art University), KAWASE Itsushi (National Museum of Ethnology) Host:SHIMAMURA Ippei (National Museum of Ethnology) Pre-registration required/ Participation is free Minpaku Film Show “Contemporary Mongolia and Hip Hop- Learning by the Documentary film “Mongolian Bling” Date and Time:Monday, March 21 1:30 p. Although Mongolia is a country known for its steppe lands and nomads, only 9% of the current population are nomadic pastoralists. Sendetarization has been driven by modernization, as well as the rapid development of the mining industry, which started at the beginning of the 21st century. In addition, some nomads now make their living not only by herding, but also through tourism. Whether in urban or steppe areas, the living world has seen a huge transformation through the socialist modernization of the 20th century and the transition to a market economy over the last three decades. This exhibition provides brand-new insights into Mongolia by comparing photographs which reflect the sensibilities of B. By contrast, today’s Ulaanbaatar is home to almost half the country’s population, and has a tertiary economy bolstered by a steady flow of capital from the mining industry. The new symbol of the capital is a giant statue of Chinggis Khaan, which stands in front of the Government Palace. First-time visitors to the city are often surprised by the bustling urban life and high-rise buildings which are so at odds with their preconceptions of Mongolia. On the outskirts of the city, however, are sprawling areas known as “ger districts”, where nomadic tents, or ger, are densely packed together. The social and cultural change over the last 100 years is not only limited to the city, but also extends to the steppe. * When you are going to the Natural and Cultural Gardens (paid area), you should pay the admission fee. * You can buy tickets at major convenience stores all over Japan. ▶ Details Shuttle Bus Service There is a shuttle service from Bampaku-kinen-koen Station on the Osaka Monorail Line to the National Museum of Ethnology during the exhibition period. Please use our shuttle bus service. * The service is available on Saturdays, Sundays, and National Holidays between March 17(Thursday) and May 31 (Tuesday). * The service does not run on April 23, 24, 29, 30 May 1, 3, 4, 5 * 11 round trips per day/ The bus ride takes 10 minutes/ Free of charge * may be temporarily unavailable when Expo ’70 Commemorative Park holds an event. * University students and the like include students of college, undergraduate, graduate, and vocational school students. * Groups of 20 or more university students are eligible for the discounted exhibition admission rate (¥200 for university students). * Admission is free for visitors with a disability certificate and also for one accompanying person. * For college students and general visitors: please buy a museum ticket at the ticket windows of the Natural and Cultural Gardens. Ticket holders can pass through the garden at no charge. * For high school students and younger to pass through the Natural and Cultural Gardens (paid area): tell the person at the window of the garden (center, west, or north entrance) that you are going to Minpaku and receive a pass. nhk world-japan Mongolia's plains are facing desertification due to an ever-growing number of cashmere goats. Meet the people looking to raise nomads' standard of living... ▶ Details [in Japanese] Exhibition Guide Special Exhibition “100 Years of Mongolia: Encounters through Photography” Mongolia today and 100 years ago as seen through photos: An encounter with a new image of Mongolia awaits The National Museum of Ethnology, or Minpaku, will be holding a special exhibition entitled “100 Years of Mongolia: Encounters through Photography” in the Spring of 2022. This exhibition presents social and cultural change in Mongolia through photography. Over 100 years ago, Mongolia was photographed by explorers, ethnographers and other visitors curious about the practice of nomadic pastoralism and fascinated by the unique city of its capital, Urga (now Ulaanbaatar). Mongolia vs Japan live stream, prediction, team news Mar 30, 2021 — Here are the Mongolia vs Japan live stream details, schedule, preview, team news, prediction and other key details of the match. How to watch ...


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