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  1. Mongolia (Mongolian: Монгол Улс) is a landlocked country located in East Asia with a population of nearly three million. Mongolia is also sometimes classified as being a part of Central Asia, as well as being termed part of "inner Asia." It is bordered by Russia to the north and China to the south.

  2. Up until the fall of the Soviet Union, Mongolia was a satellite state for the Soviets. The Mongolian Red Cross Society was set up in 1939. It has its headquarters in Ulaanbaator. Following the break-up of the Soviet Union in 1991, Russia's interest in Mongolia has declined. China and South Korea are currently Mongolia's main trade and political ...

  3. Relations between Mongolia and the Russian Federation have been traditionally strong since the Communist era, when Soviet Russia was the closest ally of the Mongolian People's Republic. Russia has an embassy in Ulaanbaatar and two consulate generals (in Darkhan and Erdenet ).

  4. A little bit of both. Mongolia was the world’s second Communist state, having been taken over by a Communist government in 1924. Interestingly, the USSR didn’t recognize the country’s independence until 1945, even though they had been sponsoring a...

  5. A common Finnish view is that the Russians took the land, a very prosperous land, the industrial centre of Finland, and destroyed it. What is left is nothing by ruins and rubbish.

  6. Mongols don’t like to boast that they are warriors. We like to say we are nomads. We like to say we are descendants of Chinggis Khan. But saying that you are a warrior is akin to boasting, and this we don’t like.

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    from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article describes the Mongolian state since 1992. For other terms, see Mongolia (disambiguation). ᠮᠤᠩᠭᠤᠯ

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