News & Events

Ambassador Campbell Attended a Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony at the Armed Forces of Mongolia Five Hills Military Training Center

On Monday, February 2, Ambassador Campbell attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Armed Forces of Mongolia Five Hills Military Training Center.  She participated in the ceremony with the Minister of Defense, the Honorable Tsolmon, and the Chief of the General Staff, Lieutenant General Byambajav. The U.S. Department of State’s, Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI), is ... Read More»

Press Release on U.S. Citizen Justin Kapla’s Hearing

On January 30, 2015, a Mongolian panel of judges convicted U.S. citizen Justin Kapla of tax evasion charges.  Several Embassy officials attended the trial, including Ambassador Piper Campbell, and noted that there were interpretation problems during the trial.  Because of these problems, the defendants stated during the trial that they could not understand the interpretation, ... Read More»

Save the Date: Urbanization Documentary Film Screening at American Corner on February 4, 2015 5:30PM

The U.S. Embassy in Ulaanbaatar is hosting a screening of Gary Hustwit’s documentary film Urbanized at the American Cultural and Information Center, co-jointly with Smart Growth Mongolia and Think Urban on Wednesday February 4, 2015 at 5:30PM. Urbanized discusses the issues and strategies behind urban design, and features some of the world’s leading architects, planners, ... Read More»

Happy 28th Anniversary of U.S.-Mongolia Diplomatic Relations

The year 2015 marks the 28th anniversary of U.S.-Mongolian diplomatic relations. It was on January 27, 1987, the United States and Mongolia officially established the diplomatic relations of the two countries. The establishment of our diplomatic relations was marked by the signing of documents by U.S. Secretary of State George Shultz and Mongolian Ambassador to ... Read More»

PAO Meets ASU Access Students and Access Sports Day

On January 17, Access students from the two Ulaanbaatar Access cohorts gathered together for a basketball competition at the Temuujin sports complex. Four male teams and four female teams participated in the competition, and awards for the winning team and Most Valuable Player were given. On January 22, the U.S. Embassy’s Public Affairs Office staff ... Read More»