The second session of the South Mongolian Congress has been held in Japan
The second session of the South Mongolian Congress has been held in Japan from November 20th to 25th. The South Mongolian Congress is a joint organization composed of political parties and organizations that strive for the realization of self-determination, freedom and human rights of the South Mongolians. Representatives from Japan, Mongolia, the United States, the Czech Republic, Germany, France, Sweden, Norway and other countries attended the meeting on November 20th, which elected the new leadership committee, and discussed the future work policies.
The chairman Kasama, secretary general Yamamoto of the Local Parliamentary Alliance in Support of South Mongolia and the chairman Frukawa, secretary general Sato and some members of the Japanese Association in Support of Southern Mongolia also participated in the meeting, and exchanged views on issues of strengthening the South Mongolian movement.
Shobchuud Temchelt was elected as the new chairman of the South Mongolian Congress, while Olhunud Daichin (standing vice chairman), O.Urgen (responsible for religious and cultural affairs), and Ch.Munhebayar (responsible for propaganda affairs) were elected as vice chairmen. Govruud Archa (Japan) was elected as secretary general, and Altanhuar (United States), Wulji (Japan), Borhanhu (France), Buteegchi (Norway) were elected as deputy secretary general.
The meeting discussed important issues such as further striving for the realization of self-determination, freedom and human rights of South Mongolians, and persuading democratic countries and the United Nations to recognize China’s genocide in South Mongolia. On November 25th, the second session of the meeting was held at the Japanese National Assembly Hall.