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Landscaping of Dugui Tsagaan to be finished by August

According to the Law on Land, activities in protected areas are allowed only for tourism. In this regard, stone gers near Dugui Tsagaan were demolished due to the violations of Enigma LLC, the land-owner, such as improper operation and non-payment of land fees. The area is planned to be landscaped into a recreation area, and public toilets, sidewalks, and lighting will be built.

On 17 June, Governor of Capital City and Mayor of Ulaanbaatar D.Sumiyabazar, along with other relevant officials, and members of the “Creative 100” Youth Movement for Creative Improvement gave information on the landscaping of the vacated area, which is scheduled to be completed by August.

Governor of Capital City and Mayor of Ulaanbaatar D.Sumiyabazar:

- During my acquaintance visit to Dugui Tsagaan and the bank of Tuul River landscape, most of the requests made by citizens were to create more comfortable and green areas. In its framework, the capital city authorities demanded Enigma LLC representatives to operate in the location for tourism purposes and pay attention to landscaping and expressed readiness to cooperate in landscaping work.

Unauthorized activities or objects are prohibited in places where citizens should spend their free time properly and create a healthy, safe and comfortable environment. The capital city will continue to work with the private sector to support and improve business operations.

Director of Enigma LLC L.Munkhbat expressed his willingness to use the area for research and tourism purposes.

Members of the “Creative 100” youth movement introduced the landscaping work to create a comfortable environment for citizens in the vacated area. “Creative 100” member, architect U.Iderkhangai said, “There will be a bridge over the river and two playgrounds near Dugui Tsagaan. These playgrounds are planned to be made of natural wood. Rest area and eco-open theater are also planned”.

CAPITAL CITY TRAINING, RESEARCH, AND PUBLIC RELATIONS AGENCY

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