Ulaanbaatar Mayor S.Batbold met with the public on Tuesday at Dunjingarav State Services Center to identify problems faced by Ulaanbaatar residents and seek appropriate solutions.

At the meeting, Bayangol District resident Ch.Munkhjargal initiated a project for improving roads and pavements, enhancing preparedness for natural disasters, and ensuring security.

“I’m ready to cooperate with the city administration and contribute everything I know and can do to improve the city. We can improve water supply, humidify dry air and enhance the irrigation system by forming a project team with professionals. This could be a very significant task for protecting [the public] from floods and soil pollution risks and hazards,” Ch.Munkhjargal said.

Songinokhairkhan District resident J.Dashdavaa said that he had been studying the capital for nearly 30 years to produce “History Highlights”, a series of 14 books.

“I’d like to say that the legal environment of the capital must be improved. The mayor needs to be a cabinet member. Public services, provided on the streets, need to be centralized at a designated center as well,” J.Dashdavaa insisted.

Next, Khan-Uul resident G.Yesujinbayar talked about the Nogoon Kherem (Green Wall) National Program, progress, results and prospect plans for the program’s development center, and underlined that it’s necessary to build a complex park dedicated to the victims of political persecution in Songinokhairkhan District. Other residents recommended developing Sukhbaatar District into a green district and establishing an agro park in the capital.

Ulaanbaatar Mayor S.Batbold responded, “The Government Action Plan states that parks will be built in every district. Some districts have cleared space and are proceeding to construction work. I will give orders to associated agencies and pay special attention to this matter. I will also try to sign a memorandum with the Minister of Construction and Urban Development.”

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