Experimental School No. 14, where a monument of President Ho Chi Minh is located, was one of the schools first established in the Ulan Bator and has been twinned with Chu Van An High School in Hanoi, Vietnam for nearly three decades.
On May 14, 1980, on the occasion of the 90th birth anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh, the Central Committee of the Mongolian Revolutionary People's Party decided to name Experimental School No. 14 for President Ho Chi Minh.
Experimental School No. 14 now has 2,700 students at different grades. Every year, the school holds its Graduation Ceremony for students on Ho Chi Minh's Birthday, May 19.
Talking with teachers and students at the school, Minister To Lam thanked for their warm sentiment and close friendship with Vietnam. He wished all the students after graduation will effectively serve their knowledge learned from the school to serve the community and make their part to developing the country of Mongolia. He also wished the school would maintain its position as a leading education center in the country.
* On the same day, Minister To Lam attended the Opening Ceremony of the traditional Naadam Festival.