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Mongolia ushers in new prime minister

Attention turns to possible shift in North Korea stance

Mongolia's legislature confirmed Khurelsukh Ukhnaa as the new prime minister.   © Reuters

BEIJING -- The Mongolian legislature installed a new prime minister Wednesday, bringing into focus the potential implications for diplomatic relations with North Korea as well as neighboring Russia and China.

Khurelsukh Ukhnaa, the deputy prime minister from the ruling Mongolian People's Party, took office after a confirmation vote in the parliament. He succeeds Erdenebat Jargaltulga, who was ousted by the legislature last month in a no-confidence vote.

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