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NATO helps to strengthen Mongolia’s cyber defence capacity

Today (18 January 2021), NATO marked the successful conclusion of a multi-year project designed to bolster the cyber defence capacity of Mongolia, one of NATO’s partners across the globe. The project ran between 2017 and 2020 and was supported by NATO’s Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme. It entailed the establishment of a Cyber Security Centre for the Mongolian Armed Forces and the provision of specialized training and equipment. It also featured technical support from the NATO Communications and Information Agency.
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Coronavirus response: The United States delivers critical financial aid to Afghanistan, Colombia and Mongolia in response to global pandemic

The United States is providing over 30 million USD of financial assistance to Afghanistan, Colombia and Mongolia in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the United States Department of State.
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NATO supports Mongolia in transforming its defence education system

Mongolia recently marked the successful achievement of goals set under its Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP) with NATO. Through DEEP, Mongolia has completed an ambitious multi-year plan for the modernisation of its professional military education system. Since 2013, the National Defence University of Mongolia (MNDU) has implemented a new core curriculum for staff officers, reviewed instructors’ teaching methods and placed greater emphasis on English and other foreign language teaching.
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Mongolia achieves major milestone in its partnership with NATO

Mongolia graduated its second Staff Officers Course class and declared a new capacity for the faculty of the Mongolian National Defence University at a ceremony held on 13 December 2016 at the Ministry of Defence in Ulaanbaatar.
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Mongolia ushers in new generation of defence educators

NATO is working with the Mongolian National Defence University (MNDU) as part of the Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP) to strengthen the provision of military education in Mongolia. The first class of the Mongolian Staff Officer Course (MSOC) successfully graduated on 11 December 2015.
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NATO and Mongolia review cooperation through science

Since Mongolia became a global partner of NATO less than two years ago, the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme has supported a number of projects in the field of science and innovation. An event to review these efforts and identify ways to further enhance collaboration took place in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on 27 November.
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Mongolia seeks NATO support in defence education

A multinational team of experts from NATO professional military education institutions visited the Defence University of Mongolia from 24 to 29 June to discuss their most critical academic needs. The visit followed a request for support from the Mongolian Ministry of Defence, which would like to initiate a Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP) with NATO.
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Launch of Two SPS Projects in Mongolia

The first two civilian cooperation projects between NATO and Mongolia within the framework of the Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme were launched on February 28 in Ulaanbaatar.
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NATO and Mongolia agree programme of cooperation

The North Atlantic Council formally approved an Individual Partnership and Cooperation Programme with Mongolia on 19 March 2012. This formalizes and further develops relations, building on existing operational cooperation Afghanistan and, earlier, in Kosovo.
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Director General of NATO International Military Staff meets senior officials in Mongolia

Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia), 29 Sep 2011 - Lieutenant General Juergen Bornemann, Director General International Military Staff (DG IMS), concluded a three-day visit to Mongolia’s capital today at the invitation of the Mongolian Minister of Defence.

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