Cho, Jung-sik (CEO of FXRENT), the national chairman attends himself
Anti-corruption Civil Movement General Federation, a.k.a. ACMGF, which has been expanding its anti-corruption movement in Korea and to overseas to prevent and eradicate corruptions both nation and worldwide to create a clean society, has successfully held the opening ceremony of “the National Movement of Anti-corruption in Mongolia Association” and inauguration ceremony of the national chairman (Mr. Lee, Yeon-sang) at Sunjin Grand Hotel in Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia on Oct. 19th.
Cho, Jung-sik the national chairman of ACMGF and Won, Deok-ho the standing representative of the ACMGF had entered Mongolia with around 120 people consisted of representatives and clean leaders from all around Korea and held the opening ceremony, appointing Lee, Yeon-sang the 11th president of Koreans in Mongolia as the premier national chairman of Mongolia Association and having the inauguration ceremony.
Many VIP guests including Cheong, Jae-nam Korean ambassador to Mongolia, Baasanjav Ganbold previously Mongolia ambassador to Korea, B. Purevdorz the member of State Great Khural, the persons concerned the National Policy Agency in Mongol and so forth attended and offered their congratulations.
The following day from the opening ceremony, all the attendees were invited to the embassy by Cheong, Jae-nam Korean ambassador to Mongolia and attended a lecture about “the past, present, and future of the relationship between Korea and Mongol” by Mr. Cheong and had a farewell dinner, which closed the event schedule lasted for 4 days.
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