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Ms. Oyu Vasha

Ms. Oyu Vasha

Ms. Oyu Vasha is currently the Chief of Human Rights Division, Department of International Law and Treaty, Ministry of Foreign Affairs. She has been serving at this position since August 2017. Prior to her current appointment she was Minister-Counsellor at the Permanent Mission of Mongolia to the United Nations Office and other international organizations in Geneva.

Head of Human Rights Division
Government of Mongolia (Human Rights Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

About this Speaker

Oyu Vasha is currently the Chief of Human Rights Division, Department of International Law and Treaty, Ministry of Foreign Affairs. She has been serving at this position since August 2017. Prior to her current appointment she was Minister-Counsellor at the Permanent Mission of Mongolia to the United Nations Office and other international organizations in Geneva. Ms. Vasha joined the foreign service in 1996 and served to the different departments of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs until her appointment as Deputy Permanent Representative at the Embassy of Mongolia to the Kingdom of Thailand and the Permanent Mission of Mongolia to the UNESCAP in 2006. Upon completion her assignment in Bangkok, Mrs.Oyu Vasha was appointed as Deputy Director of Asia Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and served at that position until 2012. Mrs Vasha holds an Advanced Master`s Degree in International Relations from Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, Bachelor degree in English and literature, Foreign Language Institute, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. She also completed Programme for Young Diplomats at the Clingendael Institute of International Relations, The Hague, The Netherlands, Executive course on Asia Pacific Security Issues at the College of Security Studies, Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS), Honolulu, Hawaii, USA and the European Security Course (ESC) on “Examining Global Security Challenges Relative to Europe” at Geneva Center for Security Policy, Geneva, Switzerland.

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