International Automobile Common Grounds Expedition stopped in Ulaanbaatar
The international automobile Common Grounds expedition stopped in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia.
It should be reminded that Common Grounds automobile expedition has left Moscow on July 9 and has passed already 11 thousand kilometers, the total length of a way - 30 000 km
Ernest Kim, the leader of Common Grounds expedition said: "We are happy to be part of this trip. Mongolia met us very well. Mongolians are very friendly people”.
On July 22, the expedition participants arrived in the capital of Kazakhstan. A meeting and press conference with the participants of the International Expedition "Common Grounds - 2019" on the route Moscow - Tashkent - Nur-Sultan - Ulaanbaatar - Pyongyang - Beijing - Seoul - Moscow took place in the House of Friendship.
The rally embodies the symbol of hope of the United Korea and is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the March First Movement.
The project initiator is the People's Diplomacy Movement, the head of the project and the organizing committee is Ernest Kim.
10 vehicles, mostly SUVs, will cover a distance of 30 thousand kilometers in seven countries, Moscow - Tashkent - Nursultan - Ulaanbaatar - Pyongyang - Beijing - Seoul - Moscow, including North and South Korea.
Organizers: All-Russian Public Organization "Assembly of Peoples of Russia", International Union of Non-Governmental Organizations "Assembly of Eurasian Peoples" with the support of the Moscow City Government.
Participants of the rally are representatives of the countries through which the route runs, including the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The aim of the rally is to strengthen the unity of the multinational people of Russia and to develop international relations between Russia and Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Mongolia, China, DPRK and the Republic of Korea.
According to the organizers, the international rally is of paramount importance for the establishment of friendly relations between the states of the Eurasian space, expansion of economic, cultural and humanitarian cooperation.
The project may become a valuable contribution to the people's diplomacy and a significant support to the emerging relations between the North and South of Korea.
route includes meetings, press conferences, visits to places of memory, anniversary events, concert halls, exhibitions, and Korean cultural centres.