- This name is Mongolian ; “Natsagiin” - middle name , not last name ; the personal name of this person is “Bagabandi”.
National Bagagandi ( Mong. National Bagagandi?, Н
ᠪᠠᠭᠠᠪᠠᠨᠳᠢ ? ; kind of April 22, 1950 , Dzabkhan Aimak , Mongolia ) - President of Mongolia from June 20, 1997 to June 24, 2005 from the MPRP .
Bagabandi during a visit to the USA in 2004
|Birth||April 22, 1950 (69 years)|
Zavhan , INRP
Born into a peasant family. He graduated from the Leningrad College of Refrigeration Industry, Odessa Technological Institute of Food Industry ( 1980 ; specialty - refrigeration engineer), Academy of Social Sciences under the Central Committee of the CPSU ( 1987 ). Candidate of Philosophy.
In 1979 he joined the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party . In 1997, he suspended membership in the party in connection with his election as president. After resigning as head of state in 2005, he restored membership in the MPRP.
- Since 1972 (with a break for study) - mechanic-repairman, mechanic, engineer.
- In 1980 - 1984 - Head of the ideological department of the Central Aimag Committee of the MPRP.
- From 1987 to 1990 , he was a lecturer, head of a sector, and an adviser to a department in the apparatus of the Central Committee of the MPRP.
- In 1990- 1992 - member of the presidium, secretary of the Central Committee of the MPRP, deputy chairman of the party.
- In 1992-1996 - Chairman of the Great State Hural (VGH).
- In 1996-1997 - Chairman of the MNRP faction in the GC).
In 1997 - Chairman of the MPRP. He was elected to this post in February, shortly before the presidential elections, which were held in difficult conditions for the party after its defeat in the 1996 parliamentary elections. Despite this, he was able to get voter support in the 1997 presidential election , convincingly (62.5% of the vote in the first ballot) by beating his predecessor Punsalmaagiin Ochirbat , who relied on a parliamentary majority.
In 2001 he was re-elected as head of state. The second president in the history of Mongolia (and the first, twice elected at the general elections). Despite the suspension of membership in the MPRP, he maintained close contacts with this party. In foreign policy, he advocated the priority development of relations with Russia and China .
Married He has two children.
- Order of Friendship ( April 19, 2000 , Russia ) - for his great personal contribution to the development of Russian-Mongolian cooperation 
- Order of Sukhe Bator ( September 13, 2006 ) 
- Decree of the President of the Russian Federation dated April 19, 2000 No. 696 “On awarding N. Bagabandi with the Order of Friendship”
- N. Bagabandi “Sukhbaataryn odon” herthlee Neopr (Inaccessible link) . The appeal date is June 13, 2011. Archived March 4, 2016.