Mongolia and its Constructive Contributions to Northeast Asian Security Issues
YCAPS & the Sasakawa Peace Foundation are delighted to announce the next event in the Community Conversations seminar series in the Misawa community! This event will feature Mr. Otgonbaatar Byambaa, diplomat and First Secretary at the Embassy of Mongolia in Tokyo, Japan, who will lead us in a discussion on how Mongolia contributes to Northeast Asian security issues.
Given its friendly relations with all the regional countries and beyond, Mongolia has been actively seeking to contribute to Northeast Asian security issues through multilateral dialogues since the late 1980s. Eventually, it has been playing an important role in peace and security in Northeast Asia in recent decades. Landlocked between Russia and China, Mongolia is perceived as small in terms of population and economic capacity but influential in terms of its proactive diplomacy and its glorious history.
*This will be a hybrid in-person/online event! For those not in the Misawa area, we will broadcast the talk live on zoom and have a moderator in zoom to present questions from the online audience during the Q&A.
Webinar Schedule: 13:15-14:30 JST: Presentation and Q&A
To join online (those outside Misawa): use this link to register with Zoom
You will need the link and passcode provided in the confirmation email.
Misawa International Center
Sonosawa-230-1 Misawa, Aomori 033-0022
In- Person Registration: Google form
Mr. Otgonbaatar Byambaa is currently serving as a diplomat and first secretary at the Mongolian Embassy in Tokyo, Japan. Since January this year, he has also been affiliated with the UN Policy division – Foreign Policy Bureau of the Japanese MOFA under a diplomat exchange program between Mongolia and Japan. He studied International Relations at the National University of Mongolia, the International University of Japan (IUJ), and the Waseda University. Otgonbaatar is married, has two sons, and can speak Japanese, Chinese, and English.
Format: This event will be off-the-record.
Co-Sponsor: Sasakawa Peace Foundation
Seminar Cost: Free of charge
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