Prince Albert of Monaco has sent a congratulatory letter to President-elect of the United States, Donald Trump.
In his message, he solidified the commitment the Principality of Monaco has with the United States on promoting their shared values. However, he also requested that the President-elect preserve the United States’ commitment to end climate change. He also sent warm regards from himself and Princess Charlene to Mr Trump and his wife, Melania.
This letter comes after Albert spoke with People Magazine in October about Mr Trump and his views on climate change.
You can read Albert’s letter in full to the President-elect below:
On the occasion of the announcement of your election as 45th President of the United States, I would like to express to you my best wishes for the success of your action over the next four years.
I have no doubt that the warm relationship that has existed between our two countries over the years will continue to grow and strengthen.
Rest assured that my country, the Principality of Monaco, will be at the United States’ side in promoting the values we have always shared in the past.
I want to believe that you will show your determination in preserving our efforts to lead on environmental protection, in particular, the commitments to fight against climate change, with a special consideration for our oceans.
Princess Charlene joins me in conveying to you and the First Lady our highest consideration and our best personal regards.
Albert de Monaco
While in New York City for the Princess Grace Awards in October, Prince Albert, the son of American actress Grace Kelly and Prince Rainer of Monaco, told People Magazine about his feelings regarding Trump’s comments on climate change. He said, “I was pretty shocked when I heard his climate change denial. It’s dangerous to have someone like this running for office, someone who can have people believing it’s all a conspiracy.”
President-elect Trump will take office on 20 January 2017.
Source: www. royalcentral.co.uk