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Bayanlig soum to receive new Soum Center

By M.ZOLJARGAL

 

In accordance with the New Government for Changes, a major project to develop soums has launched at Bayanlig soum of Bayankhongor Province and is reportedly progressing well.

It’s been two months since the project started and the Minister of Factory and Agriculture, Kh.Battulga, recently visited Bayanlig to learn about the project’s progress.

At the new center for Bayanlig, construction of a two-story hospital with 20 beds, a General Education School with the capacity for 650 students, a kindergarten for 180 students, a dormitory for 150 children, administration premises, and a sports hall have all been finished. Road construction has also started and over 90 meters of paved road are now complete.

The buildings at the new center  were built with Canadian technology, considering Mongolia’s harsh climate. Canadian materials are of high quality and eco-friendly, meeting international standards.

Mongolia is the 12th country in the world to introduce Canadian building construction technology. This technology offers a 70 year guarantee. Officials in charge of construction are confident about the quality. Bayanlig soum will receive its new Soum Center in late September.

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