|Order of Sukhbaatar|
|Awarded by the President of Mongolia|
|Established||16 May 1941|
|Eligibility||Mongolian citizens and foreign nationals|
|Awarded for||"special services to defenses, economic and cultural construction of the People's Republic of Mongolia, and also for acts of heroism in the struggle against external and internal enemies"|
| Mongolian People's Republic (1941-1992)|
Mongolia (since 1992)
The Order of Sukhbaatar (or Order of Suche Bator) is a state decoration of Mongolia, originally instituted on 16 May 1941. It was awarded to Mongolians and foreigners "for special services to defenses, economic and cultural construction of the Mongolian People's Republic, and also for acts of heroism in the struggle against external and internal enemies".It was named after the Mongolian national hero, Damdin Sükhbaatar. It is still conferred today and has been the highest state order since 1992, awarded by the decree of the President of Mongolia.
This medal is worn on the left side of the brooch before or at the beginning of other medals. He is also awarded the title of Hero of Mongolia and Hero of Labor.
|Order bar before 1961||Order bar after 1961|
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