Mongolia honours Sarosh Zaiwalla

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 The medal was presented to Mr Zaiwalla at the offices of the Mongolian Justice Ministry by Mongolia’s Vice Minister of Justice & Home Affairs, Ms Solongoo Bayarsaikhan. The Honour was received in recognition for Zaiwalla & Co having successfully recovered a USD$20 million claim for Mongolia against Kazakhstan in an English court. The full claim was paid by Kazakhstan before the Court of Appeal hearing. Mr Zaiwalla proudly accepted the honour on behalf of the firm, Zaiwalla & Co.

London-based eminent solicitor Sarosh Zaiwalla has been awarded Medal of Honour by Mongolian Government for his skill as an international lawyer. Mr Zaiwalla received the honour at an event at Ulaanbaatar.

He received a personal invitation from Mongolia’s former Minister of Finance and Chief of Office to the President of Mongolia, Mr Puntsag Tsagaan for the launch of the Mongolian edition of his book, “Honour Bound: Adventures of an Indian Lawyer in the English Courts.”

The launch was held at the oldest educational institution, the University of Finance & Economics of Mongolia (UFE) and was attended by over 50 eminent Mongolian personalities and law and economic students including, Mr Puntsag Tsagaan, and former Prime Minister’s Mr Amarjargal and Mr Rinchinnyam.

Mr Sarosh Zaiwalla with Mongolia’s Vice Minister of Justice & Home Affairs, Ms Solongoo Bayarsaikhan at Mongolian Justice Ministry Office

During this visit, Sarosh was invited by Mongolia’s Ministry of Law & Justice to receive a Medal of Honour on behalf of the Mongolian Government as one of the world’s top lawyers, who had also served Mongolia well.

 The medal was presented to Mr Zaiwalla at the offices of the Mongolian Justice Ministry by Mongolia’s Vice Minister of Justice & Home Affairs, Ms Solongoo Bayarsaikhan. The Honour was received in recognition for Zaiwalla & Co having successfully recovered a USD$20 million claim for Mongolia against Kazakhstan in an English court. The full claim was paid by Kazakhstan before the Court of Appeal hearing. Mr Zaiwalla proudly accepted the honour on behalf of the firm, Zaiwalla & Co.

The Deputy Prime Minister, Mr. Amarsaikhan Sainbuyan, hosted a private dinner for Sarosh and his team at Government Palace where they were given a private performance of Mongolia’s most famous artistry. A special meeting was also held at Parliament Building with former Prime Minister, Mr Batbold Sukhbaataar. Mr Batbold is currently the Head of the Special Supervision Subcommittee and Member of Parliament. Mr Batbold appreciated the services rendered by Zaiwalla & Co to Mongolia.

Sarosh Zaiwalla awarded Medal of Honour by Mongolian Government for his skill as an international lawyer

During this visit to Mongolia, Sarosh had the pleasure of being invited to join various receptions and expos organised by Achit lkht LLC (Mongolia’s largest hydrometallurgical plant) and Steppe Holding (Mongolia’s largest copper producers) in honour of the 100th Anniversary of the Mining Industry of Mongolia, at which Sarosh had the honour of being formally introduced to the Prime Minister of Mongolia and distinguished Ambassadors to Mongolia.

Sarosh Zaiwalla founded Zaiwalla & Co in April 1982, in the heart of legal London. With over 40 years’ experience, Sarosh has been involved in over 1200 International Energy, Maritime and Construction Arbitrations in London and globally.

Zaiwalla & Co is a specialist international arbitration and litigation law firm based in London. The firm regularly acts for international clients on high-value, politically delicate disputes.

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