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Damdin Tsogtbaatar

Minister of Foreign Affairs


Born on January 14, 1970 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

1988                           Mongolia-Russia Joint Secondary School No. 14;
1994                           Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Political Science with Honors;
1998                           Australian National University School of Law, Master’s Degree in Legal Studies (International Law) with Distinction;

1994-1998                 Attaché, Department of Asia and Africa, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia;
1998-1999                 Part-time lecturer, School of International Relations, National University of Mongolia
1998-2000                 Attaché, Department of Foreign Trade and Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia;
2000-2002                 Deputy Director, Department of Multilateral Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia;
2002-2008                 Foreign Policy Advisor to President N.Bagabandi and President N.Enkhbayar of Mongolia;
2008-2011                 State Secretary of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia;
2011-2012                 Advisor to the Prime Minister of Mongolia;
2012                           Minister for Environment and Tourism of Mongolia;
2012                           Secretary, Mongolian People’s Party;
2012-2014                 CEO “Xillion” LLC, Advisor “JusTs Consulting” LLC
2014-2015                 Minister for Construction and Urban Development of Mongolia;
2015-2016                 Advisor “JusTs Consulting” LLC and “Xillion” LLC;
Since 2016                Member of the Parliament of Mongolia, Chairman of Parliamentary Subcommittee on Human Rights;
Since OCT 2017      Minister for Foreign Affairs of Mongolia;

Languages:             Russian, English, Khmer, Thai, and basic German.

Married, with two children.