MUKUT Mithi, a senior Congress leader from
North-East India, has been on a visit to , the capital city of Ulaanbaatar to take part in the 90th anniversary meet of Mongolian People’s Party. Mithi is representing the Indian National Congress to take part at the event at Mongolia , situated in the Ulaanbaatar river and surrounded by mountains. Mithi would be visiting valley of Tuul between February 28 and Mongolia March 2, 2011.
Mongolian People’s Party, earlier known as Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party, was founded in 1921 and remained in power in most of the last 90 years.
is a landlocked country in Mongolia Central Asia and is bordered by to the north and the People’s Republic of Russia to the south, east and west. China
This is the second time in less than three months that Mithi, a former Arunachal Pradesh chief minister, was nominated by the Congress Party to represent it at key political event abroad. During the 6th General Assembly of International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP) held in the Cambodian capital city of
on Phnom Penh December 2-3, 2010, Mithi represented the Congress and spoke on the occasion.
Interestingly, a Chess tournament named after 90th anniversary of the Mongolian People’s Party took place in ministry of foreign affairs and trade,(In picture: A Mongolian Buddhist monastery)
on Mongolia February 25-27, 2011.