Protesters, many in traditional dress, gather in Ulan Bator, in response to the Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi’s visit to Mongolia on Tuesday. Photo: EPA-EFEProtesters, many in traditional dress, gather in Ulan Bator, in response to the Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi’s visit to Mongolia on Tuesday. Photo: EPA-EFE
Protesters, many in traditional dress, gather in Ulan Bator, in response to the Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi’s visit to Mongolia on Tuesday. Photo: EPA-EFE

China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi calls for mutual respect in Mongolia visit

  • Protesters accuse Beijing education policy in neighbouring autonomous region of suppressing Mongolian culture in China
  • Diplomatic meeting coincides with strong exchange between Chinese ambassador to Ulan Bator and former Mongolian president

Topic |   Diplomacy
Protesters, many in traditional dress, gather in Ulan Bator, in response to the Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi’s visit to Mongolia on Tuesday. Photo: EPA-EFEProtesters, many in traditional dress, gather in Ulan Bator, in response to the Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi’s visit to Mongolia on Tuesday. Photo: EPA-EFE
Protesters, many in traditional dress, gather in Ulan Bator, in response to the Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi’s visit to Mongolia on Tuesday. Photo: EPA-EFE
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