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Monuments built to Commemorate Officers

Monument in honor of the 50th anniversary of the State security agency

  • D.Baldandorj
  • N.Khayankhyarvaa
  • S.Givaapil
  • E.Gerelchuluun
  • Ts.Gombo

 

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Cultural Depictions of Officers

  1.  "Deputy" painter Ye.Ulziikhutag 2002
  2.  Mongolian national painter Amgalan “Presenting a plan to destroy the tyrannical Dambiijantsan to D.Sukhbaatar” oil painting
  3.  Painter Do.Bold “portrait of Eldev-Ochir”. Ulaanbaatar 1981.
  4.  "Icheend ni" painter Ts.Budbazar 1980.
  5.  "Tolbo lake" painter B.Bold 1982.
  6.  "At the begining of the new era" painter B.Gombosuren 19806
  7.  "Agitator" painter Ye.Ulziikhutag 1983
  8.  "Saja Lama was captured" painter B.Purevsukh 1983
  9.  "Demand letter" painter Ye.Ulziikhutag 2002

Black and White Banner of the General Intelligence Agency
Black and White Banner of the General Intelligence Agency

In 2002, commemorating the 80th anniversary of the Intelligence Organization black and white banner /suld/ has been restored and worshiped.

Black and white banner is considered as a symbol of truth and acumen, and is one of the three traditional banners used in mongolian State ceremonies.

The banner is made of horse tail hairs of black and white colors, hence the name.

Military rank
Military rank

From 1922 the employees of The State security organization  have been employed  by military order and they began to correspond with armed forces personnel since 1929.

On the basis of the joint order number 25 of 1936 of the State little khural /Baga khural/ and Ministers of the Mongolian People’s Republic an independent rank have been established and since 1944 People’s Army military rank is being used.

Public Security Ministry museum
Public Security Ministry museum

The order number 270 /April 9th 1979/ of the Minister of the Public security set up a unit to establish the museum. The museum was inaugurated in 1983 which publicized the history and activities of the Public security ministry, but in 1997 it was dissolved.

Museum show room. 1983.

The Seal of the General Intelligence Agency
The Seal of the General Intelligence Agency

The seal of the General Intelligence Agency’s circular profile represents universal embodiment completion, the cosmos, the sun, the moon. This in itself represents the agencies conduct the most accurate policies and pursue the most complete structure to secure our nation state. The circle is blue representing the eternal blue sky.

At the crest of the circle is positioned the sharp sharp-eyed and swift falcon, with the tips of the wings out of the outside the circle and the head between the wings, which has been revered and honored by placing it on banners throughout Mongolian history. This symbolizes the Mongolian history of sate governance and the historical tradition of intelligence activity while embodying the essential characteristics /gather intelligence from covert and overt sources, conduct comprehensive analysis and secure it/ and prowess of an intelligence service.

Within the inner circle is the compass rose representing the four cardinal directions and their intermediate points with crystalline (arrow) shapes symbolizing the General Intelligence Agency conducts constant activities in all spaces and directions. The compass rose is set behind a shield symbolizing agencies use of covert and overt tactics and means.

A Mongol warrior shield, adorned with a “Soyombo” as a sign of respect to the state. Encircling the compass rose the inscription “General Intelligence Agency”.

The seal has only blue and yellow gold colors, which signifies the General Intelligence Agency’s unwavering allegiance bestowed by the state.

The seal of the Genera Intelligence Agency’s circular profile represents universal embodiment completion, the cosmos, the sun, the moon. This in itself represents the agencies conduct the most accurate policies and pursue the most complete structure to secure our nation state. The circle is blue representing the eternal blue sky.

At the crest of the circle is positioned the sharp sharp-eyed and swift falcon, with the tips of the wings out of the outside the circle and the head between the wings, which has been revered and honored by placing it on banners throughout Mongolian history. This symbolizes the Mongolian history of sate governance and the historical tradition of intelligence activity while embodying the essential characteristics /gather intelligence from covert and overt

sources, conduct comprehensive analysis and secure it/ and prowess of an intelligence service.

Within the inner circle is the compass rose representing the four cardinal directions and their intermediate points with crystalline (arrow) shapes symbolizing the General Intelligence Agency conducts constant activities in all spaces and directions. The compass rose is set behind a shield symbolizing agencies use of covert and overt tactics and means.

A Mongol warrior shield, adorned with a “Soyombo” as a sign of respect to the state. Encircling the compass rose the inscription “General Intelligence Agency”.

The seal has only blue and yellow gold colors, which signifies the General Intelligence Agency's unwavering allegiance bestowed by the state.

Shikhikhutаg (1190-1250)
Shikhikhutаg (1190-1250)

Gathering strategic intelligence was an integral part of the Mongol Empire. During Chinggis Khaan’s rule Shikhikhutag was responsible for the legal proceedings and coordinating intelligence collection within the Empire. The great Khaan commanded him to be the “the eyes and ears” his empire. As such, the GIA holds him in high esteem as one of the great progenitors of our intelligence service.   

According to Secret History of the Mongols, Shikhikhutag was a son of a Tartar nobleman. As a child, he was lost during a skirmish between the Mongols and the Tartars in the early 1190s and was discovered by Genghis Khaan's men later he was brought to the khaan's mother, Hoelun, and was adopted by her as a son.

Shikhikhutag was well-versed in legal affairs and contributed greatly to the Mongolian legal code of Yassa during the early years of the Mongol Empire. He was appointed by Genghis Khan as a judge in 1206 and helped to keep a record of legislations and criminal affairs as part of his duties.

 He died in 1250

General State Security Agency- General Intelligence Agency 1990-2012
General State Security Agency- General Intelligence Agency 1990-2012

In the midst of the mid-1980s, the crisis of the socialist system intensified and the  revolutionary democratic transformation, which began in the USSR, was directly impacting Mongolia.

The order No.191 of the Council of Ministers abolished the Ministry of Public Security and by unifying General Agency of State Security with Border Defense Agency established General State Security Agency.

At that time, the activities of the State Security Agency were not legalized, the social opposition dominated, the structure of the Agency was reduced, tens of employees were transferred to the police, men and women employed over 20 and 15 years had to leave for military retirement, many employees were left without a job and the financial situation was also severe. These events led to the disruption of the continuity and tradition of the special services, left the organization’s capacity weakened and its employees to lose faith.

Particular attention has been given to the creation of a legal environment for the Agency. Its operations based on a strong commitment to protect the vital interests of the country, the democratic government and the transition to the market economy, democracy and human rights principles.

In 1993, the Border Defense Agency was removed from the General State Security Agency.

In 2000, the State Security Agency changed its name to General Intelligence Agency as a result of the adoption of the Law on Intelligence in 1999.

1959-1990 General Agency of State security
Under the Ministry of Public Security
1959-1990 General Agency of State security Under the Ministry of Public Security

The Mongolian People’s Republic became a member of the United Nations in October 1961. Its independence and sovereignty were confirmed. 

By a secret order No.170/160 of the joint meeting of the Council of Ministers and Central Committee of the Politburo of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP) in 1959 the Ministry of Defense and State Security became Ministry of People’s Military Affairs, Ministry of Public Security. The structure of the Ministry of Public Security included General Agency of State Security, State Police, General Division of Corrections, Special Defense Battalion and Border inspection units. Continuing with some of the initiatives, such as strengthening its power and refining its organizational arrangement, decisions were made to make changes in central, local structures and staff.

Considering the security of its country and international situation, the First division of the General Agency of State security became the First Department tasked with foreign intelligence by the order No.28 of the Central Committee of the Politburo of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party in 1969.

The Central Committee of the Politburo of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party enacted orders such as “measures to strengthen the Agency’s personnel” in 1982, “measures to improve the organizational structure of the Ministry of Public Security” in 1988.

Order No.1 of the Minister of Public Security  in  1982 was an important one. First ever in history, it regulated in detail the activities of the Agency with duties related to foreign intelligence, counter intelligence, investigation, analysis and information. The organization's direction and organizational structure was expanded from 1982 to 1985, but reduced in 1987-1990.

Authority for State Security Matters
Under the Ministry of Defense and State security 1955-1959
Authority for State Security Matters Under the Ministry of Defense and State security 1955-1959

By the order No.161 of July 5, 1955  Central Committee of the Politburo of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP) formed Authority for State Security Matters by unifying the Defense and Interior Ministry.

The structure and staff was reduced to 8 divisions, 2 units and a commandment. The staff positions of the provincial divisions have had significant reduction and its employees were disbanded. The activities of Special Commission under the Ministry of Internal Affairs were considered violating the Constitution, thus it was dissolved in 1955.

On October 19, 1957, by the order No.729 of the Conference of Secretariats activities of the Ministry of Defense and State security were examined by a group of examiners led by the Deputy Minister of State Inspection J.Jamiyan. As a result, a downsizing  was made in June 1958, reducing the number of the staff in provincial units.

General Authority for State Security Matters 
Under the Ministry of Internal Affairs 1936-1955
General Authority for State Security Matters Under the Ministry of Internal Affairs 1936-1955

By the order No.15 of Council of Ministers and State Little Khural in 1936 the General Directorate for Internal Security was expanded to Ministry of Internal Affairs in  connection with the rise in provocation against the eastern border of Mongolia.

The General Authority for State Security Matters Under the Ministry of Internal Affairs has failed to prolong some of the accomplishments of intelligence work, and has been indrawn to repression such as mass arrest and detention of its citizens. As a result from 1937 to 1939, the intelligence organization became the main instrument of repression and was fully under the supervision of Soviet educators.

Despite the deviation from its core functions, it was able to take part in the victory of the Khalkhin Gol battle. During the World War II, the organization expanded its activities and performed its duties such as studying military preparations of the Japanese forces against the Mongolian People’s Republic, uncovering and intercepting foreign intelligence activities, illegal border crossings and provocations.

General Department of Internal Security 1933-1936
General Department of Internal Security 1933-1936

At the 21st meeting of the Council of Ministers in 1933, by renewing the regulations of the ISD, the Directorate was renamed to General Department of Internal Security and obtained a status as a Ministry under the Council of Ministers. The Head of the General Department of Internal Security was appointed by the State Little Khural, as well as its Deputies. In addition, the prosecutor's oversight in investigations was carried out and the Directorate’s employees became officers.

General Department of Internal Security shall protect the sovereignty of the country, its territorial integrity, obtain intelligence on neighboring countries policies and activities against our country, uncover and impede activities of foreign intelligence spies and agents, as well as conspiracies against the State, direct the activities of foreign and counter intelligence.

The General Department of Internal Security was transformed into an organ of the political party and the authority of the Soviet educators and advisors led to the organization's involvement in the repression of public officials, civilians and lamas.

Department of Internal Security 1922-1933
Department of Internal Security 1922-1933

In 1922, the Department of Internal Security was established under the General Military Council of Mongolia. 

In 1924, the Internal Security Department was transferred under the Government of Mongolia, and in 1926 the Foreign Intelligence Unit was established, strengthening its rights and duties. Hence, the basis for the unified management and system of intelligence in Mongolia was formed.

In 1932, Police and Border protection braches were transferred under the ISD.  

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1934 - Now Headquarters

                                                         

1924 - 1934  Department of Internal Security
1924 - 1934 Department of Internal Security

1922 - 1924  Department of Internal Security
1922 - 1924 Department of Internal Security

Монгол  Улсын анхны  Ерөнхийлөгч  
Пунсалмаагийн Очирбат
Монгол Улсын анхны Ерөнхийлөгч Пунсалмаагийн Очирбат

 

 

     Тагнуулын Ерөнхий Газар бол эх орон ард түмнийхээ аюулгүй байдлыг хангахад онцгой үүрэгтэй алба юм. ТЕГ-ын бие бүрэлдхүүнд баяр хүргэж, амжилт хүсье.

 

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Монгол  Улсын хоёр дахь Ерөнхийлөгч   
Нацагийн Багабанди
Монгол Улсын хоёр дахь Ерөнхийлөгч Нацагийн Багабанди

 

     Монголын тагнуулын байгууллага эх оронч, ёс зүйт хамт олон улс орныхоо бүрэн эрхт байдал, тусгаар тогтнолыг сахин хамгаалах, үндэсний аюулгүй байдлыг хангах эрхэм зорилгынхоо төлөө чин үнэнчээр хичээн зүтгэж, төрийн бодлого, хууль тогтоомжоор хүлээсэн чиг үүргээ үеийн үед нэр төртэй биелүүлж чадна гэдэгт итгэл төгс байна. Тагнуулын байгууллагын ажилтан бүр төрийн хуулийг чанд мөрдөж, төр түмэндээ өргөсөн тангарагтаа үнэнч байж, мэдээлэл нь үнэн бөгөөд үнэ цэнэтэй, үйлдэл нь мэргэжлийн бөгөөд шудрага байх учиртай.

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Монгол  Улсын гурав дахь Ерөнхийлөгч   
Намбарын Энхбаяр
Монгол Улсын гурав дахь Ерөнхийлөгч Намбарын Энхбаяр

 

 

Монгол Улсын аюулгүй байдлын нүд, чих, тархи нь болсон Тагнуулын Ерөнхий Газрын үе үеийн хамт олонд хамгийн сайн сайхныг хүсэн ерөөе.

 

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Монгол Улсын дөрөв дэх Ерөнхийлөгч Цахиагийн Элбэгдорж
Монгол Улсын дөрөв дэх Ерөнхийлөгч Цахиагийн Элбэгдорж

 

Монгол Улс байгаа цаг дор Монголын Аюулгүй байдлыг хангах байгууллага мөнхөд орших нь дамжиггүй. Улс орны Үндсэн хуульт байгуулалыг сахин хамгаалах ариун бөгөөд нэр хүндтэй үйлсэд Тань чин сэтгэлээсээ амжилт хүсье.

 

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Монгол Улсын тав дахь Ерөнхийлөгч Халтмаагийн Баттулга
Монгол Улсын тав дахь Ерөнхийлөгч Халтмаагийн Баттулга

Монгол Улсын Тагнуулын ерөнхий газарт

Амгалан төрийг бүтээхэд

Ард олноо дээдлэн зүтгэгтүн

Өршөөлт улсаа сахиж

Өмөг олноо хамгаалан зүтгэгтүн

Монгол Улсын төлөө үл умарт

Ардын төлөө үл алдран ажиллагтун

Монгол Улсын төрөө үл алдах хараа

Түмнээ үл цочоох түшиг нь байгтун

Өвгөдийн төрийн үлэмжийг түгээ

Өргөн олны итгэлийг бүү алдуулагтун

 

Улаанбаатар хот, Төрийн ордон. 2019 оны 5 дугаар сарын 22-ны өдөр

 

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PORTRAITS OF INTELLIGENCE ORGANIZATION’S DIRECTORS
PORTRAITS OF INTELLIGENCE ORGANIZATION’S DIRECTORS

 

The portraits of all the Directors of Mongolian intelligence organizations, starting from the Internal Protection Directorate of 1923 to the current-day General Intelligence Agency, have been painted and respectfully displayed in the halls of the Agency.

The pieces were done by State Honored Artist N.Orkhon, State Honored Artist of Republic of Buryatia RF B.Dashnyam, UMA Prized Artist N.Orsoo and B.Nasantsengel, Merited Workers Culture N.Ochirkhuyag, B.Gantulga, G.Munkhtsetseg and Ts.Batjargal.

 

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Dash BALDANDORJ (1922-1925)
Dash BALDANDORJ (1922-1925)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Dash BALDANDORJ (1922-1925)

Director of the Internal Protection Directorate

 

Portrait by Merited Workers Culture B.Gantulga

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Konstantin Konstantinovich BATORUN (1925)
Konstantin Konstantinovich BATORUN (1925)

 

Konstantin Konstantinovich BATORUN (1925)

Director of the Internal Protection Directorate

 

Portrait by State Honored Artist N.Orkhon

 

Navaandorj NASANBAT (1925-1926)
Navaandorj NASANBAT (1925-1926)

 

Navaandorj NASANBAT (1925-1926)

Navaandorj NASANBAT

 

Portrait by UMA Prized Artist N.Orsoo

 

Namjil KHAYANKHIRVAA (1926-1928)
Namjil KHAYANKHIRVAA (1926-1928)

 

Namjil KHAYANKHIRVAA (1926-1928)

Director of the Internal Protection directorate

 

Portrait by Merited Workers Culture N.Ochirkhuyag

 

Zolbin SHIJEE (1928-1930)
Zolbin SHIJEE (1928-1930)

 

Zolbin SHIJEE (1928-1930)

Director of the Internal Protection directorate

 

Portrait by Merited Workers Culture B.Gantulga

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Bat-Ochir ELDEV-OCHIR (1930-1932)
Bat-Ochir ELDEV-OCHIR (1930-1932)

 

Bat-Ochir ELDEV-OCHIR (1930-1932)

Director of the Internal Protection directorate 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
Portrait by Merited Workers Culture G.Munkhtsetseg

Davaa NAMSRAI (1932-1936)
Davaa NAMSRAI (1932-1936)

 

Davaa NAMSRAI (1932-1936)

Director of the Internal Protection Directorate

 

Portrait by State Honored Artist N.Orkhon

Khorloo CHOIBALSAN (1936-1940)
Khorloo CHOIBALSAN (1936-1940)

 

Khorloo CHOIBALSAN (1936-1940)

Director of the the General Directorate of Internal Protection

 

Portrait by Merited Workers Culture B.Gantulga

 

Purev DAMBADARJAA (1940-1941)
Purev DAMBADARJAA (1940-1941)

 

Purev DAMBADARJAA (1940-1941)

Minister of Internal Affairs

 

Portrait by UMA Prized Artist N.Orsoo

 

Bat-Ochir SHAGDARJAV (1941-1946)
Bat-Ochir SHAGDARJAV (1941-1946)

 

Bat-Ochir SHAGDARJAV (1941-1946)

Minister of Internal Affairs

 

Portrait by Merited Workers Culture N.Ochirkhuyag

 

Dash TSEDEV (1946-1949)
Dash TSEDEV (1946-1949)

 

Dash TSEDEV (1946-1949)

Minister of Internal Affairs

 

Portrait by State Honored Artist N.Orkhon

 

Butemj DUINKHORJAV (1949-1951)
Butemj DUINKHORJAV (1949-1951)

 

Butemj DUINKHORJAV (1949-1951)

Minister of Internal Affairs

 

Portrait by Merited Workers Culture Ts.Batjargal

 

Damdinneren BATAA (1951-1952)
Damdinneren BATAA (1951-1952)

 

Damdinneren BATAA (1951-1952)

Minister of Internal Affairs

 

Portrait by UMA Prized Artist B.Nasantsengel

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Tseden JANCHIV (1952-1956)
Tseden JANCHIV (1952-1956)

 

Tseden JANCHIV (1952-1956)

Minister of Internal Affairs/ Minister of Military and Public Security Affairs

 

Portrait by Merited Workers Culture N.Ochirkhuyag

 

Bat DORJ (1956-1961)
Bat DORJ (1956-1961)

 

Bat DORJ (1956-1961)

Minister of Military and Public Security Affairs/ Minister of Public Security

 

Portrait by State Honored Artist of Republic of Buryatia RF B. Dashnyam and Merited Workers Culture N.Ochirkhuyag

 

Tseveg NANSALJAV (1961-1962)
Tseveg NANSALJAV (1961-1962)

 

Tseveg NANSALJAV (1961-1962)

Minister of Public Security

 

Portrait by UMA Prized Artist N.Orsoo

 

Bud BANZRAGCH (1962-1963)
Bud BANZRAGCH (1962-1963)

 

Bud BANZRAGCH (1962-1963)

Minister of Public Security

 

Portrait by Merited Workers Culture N.Ochirkhuyag

 

Badrakh JAMBALSUREN (1963-1971)
Badrakh JAMBALSUREN (1963-1971)

 

Badrakh JAMBALSUREN (1963-1971)

Minister of Public Security

 

Portrait by State Honored Artist N.Orkhon

 

Buga DEJID (1971-1981)
Buga DEJID (1971-1981)

 

Buga DEJID (1971-1981)

Minister of Public Security

 

Portrait by UMA Prized Artist N.Orsoo

 

Ulziikhutag CHOIJILSUREN (1981-1982)
Ulziikhutag CHOIJILSUREN (1981-1982)

 

Ulziikhutag CHOIJILSUREN (1981-1982)

Minister of Public Security

 

Portrait by UMA Prized Artist B.Nasantsengel

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Sonom LUVSANGOMBO (1982-1984)
Sonom LUVSANGOMBO (1982-1984)

 

Sonom LUVSANGOMBO (1982-1984)

Minister of Public Security

 

Portrait by Merited Workers Culture G.Munkhtsetseg

 

Agvaanjantsan JAMSRANJAV (1984-1990)
Agvaanjantsan JAMSRANJAV (1984-1990)

 

Agvaanjantsan JAMSRANJAV (1984-1990)

Minister of Public Security

 

Portrait by Merited Workers Culture Ts.Batjargal

 

Battsagaan TSIIREGZEN (1990-1991)
Battsagaan TSIIREGZEN (1990-1991)

 

Battsagaan TSIIREGZEN (1990-1991)

Director of the General Agency of State Security

 

Portrait by UMA Prized Artist B.Nasantsengel

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Jaalkhuu BAATAR (1991-1993)
Jaalkhuu BAATAR (1991-1993)

 

Jaalkhuu BAATAR (1991-1993)

Director of the General Agency of State Security

 

Portrait by UMA Prized Artist N.Orsoo

 

Dalkhjav SANDAG (1993-1996)
Dalkhjav SANDAG (1993-1996)

 

Dalkhjav SANDAG (1993-1996)

Director of the General Agency of State Security/ Central Intelligence Agency

 

Portrait by State Honored Artist N.Orkhon

 

Jamsran ENKHNASAN (1996-2001)
Jamsran ENKHNASAN (1996-2001)

 

Jamsran ENKHNASAN (1996-2001)

Director of the General Agency of State Security/ General Intelligence Agency

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Portrait by UMA Prized Artist B.Nasantsengel

Mandaakhuu BATSAIKHAN (2001-2004)
Mandaakhuu BATSAIKHAN (2001-2004)

 

Mandaakhuu BATSAIKHAN (2001-2004)

Director of the General Intelligence Agency

 

Portrait by Merited Workers Culture G.Munkhtsetseg

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Bayanmunkh BILEGT (2004-2006)
Bayanmunkh BILEGT (2004-2006)

 

Bayanmunkh BILEGT (2004-2006)

Director of the General Intelligence Agency

 

Portrait by Merited Workers Culture G.Munkhtsetseg

 

Navaansuren GANBOLD (2006-2007)
Navaansuren GANBOLD (2006-2007)

 

Navaansuren GANBOLD (2006-2007)

Director of the General Intelligence Agency

 

Portrait by Merited Workers Culture Ts.Batjargal

 

Ravdan BOLD (2007-2012)
Ravdan BOLD (2007-2012)

 

Ravdan BOLD (2007-2012)

Director of the General Intelligence Agency

 

Portrait by State Honored Artist N.Orkhon and State Honored Artist of Republic of Buryatia RF B.Dashnyam

 

Baldanjav ARIUNSAN (2013-2014)
Baldanjav ARIUNSAN (2013-2014)

 

Baldanjav ARIUNSAN (2013-2014)

Director of the General Intelligence Agency

 

Portrait by Merited Workers Culture G.Munkhtsetseg

 

Bat KHURTS (2014-2017)
Bat KHURTS (2014-2017)

 

Bat KHURTS (2014-2017)

Director of the General Intelligence Agency

 

Portrait by State Honored Artist N.Orkhon and State Honored Artist of Republic of Buryatia RF B.Dashnyam

 

Dorjpalam GEREL (2012-2013, 2017- …)
Dorjpalam GEREL (2012-2013, 2017- …)

 

Dorjpalam GEREL (2012-2013, 2017- …)

Director of the General Intelligence Agency

   

Portrait by Merited Workers Culture Ts.Batjargal