Mr. Bayarsaikhan Sh., President of Nomin Holding LLC, becomes the first Mongolian to participate in the Winter Olympics torch relay

The Winter Olympics, a symbol of the unity of the humanities, is just around the corner. The torch of the 23rd Winter Olympics “PyeongChang 2018” to be held in the Republic of Korea is now traveling through the South Korean cities. Mr. Bayarsaikhan Sh., the President of Nomin Holding LLC, becomes the first Mongolian torch relay participant of the 2018 Winter Olympics, which will kick off its opening ceremony on February 9.  

Below is the speech he gave when he relayed the Olympic flame:

 “I’m thrilled to have the chance to be a part of this event. The Olympic Flame came from the ancient Greece. It will tour around Korea for 101 days, winding its way through nine provinces and eight major cities across the Republic of Korea. I would like to express my gratitude to the Coca Cola Team for giving me this opportunity. I thank  5000 employees and over 10,000 domestic and foreign business partners of Nomin Holding LLC. I thank my parents and family members as well. I wish every Mongolian to be successful throughout the year ahead. Let the Mongolians prosper. Hooray!”   

The Olympic Flame heading towards the Olympic Stadium are being carried by the South Korean celebrities, famous sportspeople, and even a humanoid robot. This certainly makes the relay stand out from those of the earlier Olympic Games. The flame burning for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics began its journey from Greece on 1 November. After arriving at Incheon international airport, the Olympic flame continues its journey passing through the island of Jeju and Busan. Traveling across the major cities in the Republic of Korea, the Olympic Torch Flame will make its way to its final destination, the Olympic stadium, on 9 February 2018. Mr. Kim from SAMSUNG handed the torch flame to Mr. Bayarsaikhan Sh., the President of Nomin Holding LLC. Mr. Bayarsaikhan then passed the torch to Mr. Enkhbaatar V., the President of Altan Joloo Group.       

Good luck to all athletes from Mongolia.