Parliament of Mongolia passed the renewed National Security
Concept of Mongolia at its plenary session on July 15, 2010.
first democratic National Security Concepts of Mongolia was
adopted by the Parliament of Mongolia sixteen years ago. The
concept strengthened the views of the new Constitution of
Mongolia and for the first time declared the ideal of
supremacy of basic national interests in policies and
actions to ensure national security.
Moreover, the Concepts provided for the comprehensiveness of
national security and have become the vital leverage of the
state policy to realize national security.
the past years, the external and internal environments of
the national security of Mongolia have rapidly changed,
while the nature and sources of threats have become
multifaceted and intricate. There have been big changes in
relations and balance of power between and among big powers
- the main factors to determine the world order.
Furthermore, rivalry in political, economic and military
sectors has intensified and there have emerged new
nontraditional threats at international level.
national level as well, dramatic changes have taken place
many new issues have arisen relating to refining capacity of
government and administration, ensuring economic security,
creating healthy and safe living condition of our citizens,
and protecting the environment, traditions and customs.
the President of Mongolia Ts.Elbegdorj issued a decree to
renew the National Security Concepts of Mongolia. According
to the Decree, a Working Group consisting of 61 people
representing relevant government organizations and research
institutes, scholars and senior government figures was
established in November 2009. The Working Group developed
the draft in eight months and submitted it to the Parliament
conjunction with the renewal of the National Security
Concept of Mongolia, other important documents of security
and foreign policy sectors shall be renewed. The drafts of
the renewed Army Doctrine, Foreign Policy Concept, Law on
National Security, and Law on National Security Council are
being planned to be submitted to the Parliament in its fall