Mongolia. Daalkhaijav Damiran Enkhjargal Darambazar. Union April 2003. Flag. The flag’s blue center symbolizes the eternal blue sky. The two red sides symbolize progress and prosperity. The golden Soyombo stands on the red stripe nearest to the flagpole. National symbol.
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Union April 2003
The success of the Mongol conquests should be attributed at least in part to the military intelligence. The Mongols had a extensive network of spies and had extensive information of an enemy before they engaged them in battle.
Their use of diplomacy was remarkable.
Advanced military tactics.
Psychological warfare. Many peoples found it easier to submit than to resist.
People: Khalkh Mongols (86%), Kazaks (6%), Chinese (2%), Russian (2%), about a dozen other ethnic groups
Political system: Parliamentary Republic.
Legislature: Parliament, Ikh Hural, with 76 seats, elected for four years.
Head of the State: President elected for four years.
Government: Prime Minister appointed by Ikh Hural for four years.
Major industries: Copper, livestock, cashmere, wool
Major trading partners: Russia, China, South Korea, Japan,US
The capital city is located along the River Tuul trimmed by Bogd Khan Mountain in the south and surrounded by three other mountain ranges.
It is the home for the quarter of the nation’s population..
the five domesticated animals revered by nomads
Mongolians have a high regard for horses since, for centuries, they have relied on them for transport, sustenance, and companionship.
Wild camel or Khavtgai
Wild horse or Takhi
Gobi Bear or Mazaalai
Asiatic Wild Ass or Khulan
The Seal of Guyug Khaan
Strength, concentration and sharp eyes are vital for a good archer
The winning moment
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