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Prime Minister’s autobiography now available for purchase

“Orgil Uud” (Towards the Summit) is the autobiography of Mongolian Prime Minister, N.Altankhuyag. He has been the Prime Minister of Mongolia since 2012 and was twice elected as a Member of Parliament. During the 1990 Democratic Revolution in Mongolia, he was a pioneer in the youth movement. With his colleagues, he initiated the Democratic Socialist Movement, and now his story in his own words is available to the public.

The book includes not only details of his private life, but also facts about Mongolia’s economic rise and the history of its democratic revolution since 1990. He also writes about ordinary Mongolian life and the life of nomadic herders. The publication is expected to attract the interest of foreign readers. The publisher reports that the book is already successfully attracting the interest of European politicians, making sales from its first available day of purchase at international bookstores on September 3, 2013.

The book’s English version was published by Frankfurter Verlagsgruppe, which is a German publisher located in Frankfurt, in the German state of Hesse.

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