Wednesday, September 12, 2007

North Korean Refugees: Should We Return Them?

Neleed heden jiliin umnu surguuliasaa ger oroh zamaaraa Ulaanbaatar bank-nii havitsaa Дипломат Корпус gesen ulaan dugaartay tas har tom Mercedes Benz olj harsan yum. Baruunii tom diplomat yavj baigaa bololtoy uhaanii yum bodood harj baisan chini manai aav eej minii nasan deeree umsuj baisan bolov uu gemeer пионер-iin ulaan buchtey, engereeree duuren unuu депутатууд shig ulaan tug buhii odon medal gyalalzuulsan Solongos nuhur unuuh mundag mashin ruu chini orood suuchihav. Hahaha, odoo bodood baihad ter dur zurag uneheer ironic. Gehdee nuguu talaasaa magadguy ene marzan dur zurag terhuu Hoid Solongos-oos zugtaj bui heden myangan humuusiin eh ornoo orhih hamgiin gol shaltgaan ni boldog biz. Yutay ch ungursun sard WSJ-iin editorial section-d unshij baigaad neg iim sonirholtoy niitlel olj unshsan yum:

Shenyang Six Freed - The Wall Street Journal August 20, 2007

[...]The U.S. has accepted a mere 30 refugees in the three years since passage of legislation welcoming North Korean asylum seekers to the U.S. Refugees are currently waiting in China, Russia, Cambodia, Mongolia and Thailand for the Washington bureaucracy to give the green light. If the U.S. were to accept large numbers of North Koreans, as envisioned under the legislation, it would send a powerful signal to China -- and neighboring countries -- that it was serious about helping them. It wouldn't take long for the word to get back across the North Korean border.

Uneniig helehed ene delhii deer hoyor Solongostoy hoyulantay ni mash sain hariltsaatay uls Mongoloos uur hovor. Ter ch utgaaraa ene status-aa ashiglan Hoid Solongos-iin tsumiin hutulburiig zogsooh olon talt heleltseerd chuhal uuregtey oroltsoh ni Mongol ulsiin huvid geopolitikiin zuv alham bolno gedgiig hariutslagatay alba hashdag olon humuus il todoor heldeg. Gehdee nuguu talaasaa hervee Hoid Solongostoy sain hariltsaagaa tsaashdaa hadgalna gevel bidend Mongol uls ruu orj irsen Hoid Solongos-iin durvegsediig nutag ruu ni albadan butsaah shaardlaga garah bolno (Hyatad bol Realpolitik hiij shuud l butsaaj orhidog). Getel bid chini uursduu communist niigemd amidrahiin zovlong heneer ch heluuleltguy medehiin deer mash olon human rights convention-d negdeed orchihson tul iim uildel hiih ni at least morally buruu gedeg hanatay tulgardag. Ungursun 7 sard Hoid Solongosiin Ardiin Deed Hurliin Terguulegchdiin Darga Kim Young-nam ireh uyeree ene talaar chuham yu yarisniig ni sain medehguy yum. Yamar ch l baisan 1999 ond Umnuh Solongos-iin yurunhiilugch Kim Dae-jung ailchlah uyer buhel buten elchin saidiihaa yamiig haachihaj baisan nuhduud yamar ch reaction-guy suugaad baina gedeg ni yu l bol. Yur ni Mongold her ih durvegsed orj irdeg yum bol geed saya sonirhood hartal internet-d iim yum baina:

MONGOLIA: A dispute arises over freedom of 26 North Korean refugees

[...]Around 500 North Koreans are already thought to trickle into Mongolia each month, mostly through China, Stephen Noerper, a Mongolia specialist and head of the Institute of International Education’s Scholar Relief Fund, said recently.
iim olon Hoid Solongoschuud Mongold orj irchiheed yag haaguuraa baigaad baidag yum boloo getel iim zuil oldoj baih yum:

Center Offers Haven For North Korean Defectors in Mongolia

[...]Kim said his group had already been allocated 400,000 pyeong (1.3 square kms) of land at an unspecified location 40 kms outside Ulan Bataar by the Mongolian government,and had signed an agreement to open the center with the city's mayor
Asian Human Rights Commission-ii web deer Elbegdorj-iin bas neg iim quote baina. Yag tomoohon alban tushaaltay humuusiin uzel bodol gej helehed hetsuu bolovch uunees neg ih zuruud baihguy baih aa.

Ibid "Mongolia should not push back those refugees who came for freedom from the hell of communism." told Mr.Elbegdorj Tsakhia, the President of the Liberty Center, after the news about the North Korean refugees were spread by several Mongolian daily newspapers...
Gehdee alban yosnii bair suuri bol iim baigaa:

Mongolia not planning camps for N Koreans


During his first trip to China as Mongolian prime minister, Miyeegombiin Enkhbold told reporters in Beijing that his country would take refugees, while rejecting media reports that Mongolia would establish refugee camps.

+ http://mongolia.blamfluie.com/, "On North Korean Border" video by Nicholas Kristof (gesnees mani er ehnerteygee emegteychuudiin talaar nom bichiheer chuluu avsan suragtay)

Update:
via Agshin.mn photo report

Photo courtesy of Sainzaya

3 comments:

Б.Батзориг said...

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Anonymous said...

Uul ni manai uls Hoid Solongostoi hariltsaa sain baidagiin huvid enhiin heleltseert zuuchlagch mayagaar oroltsood yavbal zugeer yum. Harin ene durvegsediin asuudlaar hurtsadmal baidald hurval hariltsaand noloolj boloh l yum. Sayahan Hoid Solongos, Japan 2-iig urij avchruulj heleltseenii shireenii ard suulgasan medee sonsogdoj bsan. Ur dun ni yu bolson yum bol?

hasha said...

Hoid Solongosiin durvegsediig Omnod Solongosiin elchind huleelgej ogoh ni hamgiin "politically correct" gej bodoj baina.

Gesnees Agshin.mn-iin photo tasarhai.