The Delegation of the European Union to Mongolia has celebrated the richness and diversity of European culture through Europe Day, an exhibition featuring the European Union, its member States, cultural institutes and European companies. The Caritas Czech Republic in Mongolia has introduced the EU-funded projects and its activities for the benefiting people around Mongolia. The event was taken place on Sukhbaatar square on Saturday 28 May.
The EU-funded ‘All for YOUth, YOUth for all", "Sustainable Plastic Recycling in Mongolia", and "Switching on the Green Economy" projects effectively participated in the event to share information about the project activities with the public. Also, the project team of the plastic waste management has collected plastic recyclables to the booth from the public and provided the goodies/gifts for those who brought the recyclables.
EU Ambassador Nicaise comments on the event: “What better way could there be to celebrate Europe Day in Mongolia? We are very pleased to bring a day of authentic cultures, experiences, and products from the Member States of the European Union to Mongolia’s capital city for our Mongolian friends to experience. Visitors are also be able to discover what the EU is doing in Mongolia by visiting the various projects funded by the EU.”
Throughout the day, more than sixty booths showcased the Europe’s unique heritage, vibrant culture, tourism and educational opportunities, and distinctive charms. Visitors was able to taste Europe through many authentic European products on display. Musicians and performers has brought the richness of Europe’s heritage to the eyes and ears of the Mongolian audience with live music and cultural exhibitions.