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Prince Albert visits Senior Residence run by Nuns and other princely news

Prime Minister of Albania visits Prince Albert

The Prime Minister of Albania, Edi Rama, made an official trip to Monaco on Wednesday 10 of April, for two days.  Edi Rama was first received by Minister of State Serge Telle for dinner. He then visited the Being Spalletti exhibition at the New National Museum of Monaco before heading to the of the Prince Albert II Foundation headquarters.

Prime Minister of Albania visits Prince Albert
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Prime Minister of Albania visits Prince Albert
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The Albanian delegation then returned to Monaco-ville where Prime Minister Edi Rama was received by Prince Albert II for a bilateral meeting followed by an official lunch, served at the Palace.  Finally, the official delegation visited the Monaco Yacht Club for discussions aimed at strengthening cooperation between Monaco and Albania. The Monaco Economic Board team made a presentation about the Principality’s economic knowledge, which may interest Albanian entrepreneurs.

Prime Minister of Albania visits Prince Albert
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Prime Minister of Albania visits Prince Albert
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Prime Minister Edi Ramas visit comes after an official visit by Prince Albert in Albania, in October 2018. In Tirana, Prince Albert was received by Ilir Meta, President of the Republic of Albania, for a meeting.  A partnership was signed during the Sovereigns visit with the Albanian NGO Flag Pine, which fights for the development of marine protected areas.  The Prince also received the Albanian National Flag medal, the highest distinction in the country.

Prime Minister of Albania visits Prince Albert
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The Principality of Monaco and the Republic of Albania officially established diplomatic relations in 2011.

Prince Albert visits Senior Residence run by Nuns

The Sovereign visited a seniors residence in Nice run by Les Petites Sœurs des Pauvres (The Little Sisters of the Poor).  The sisters wanted to thank Prince Albert for all the donations made to their establishment by Monaco.  The Archbishop of Monaco was also in attendance, accompanied by Bishop André Marceau, Bishop of Nice.

The 100 residents, 16 Sisters, staff (49 employees and 35 volunteers) and even the mascot  labrador dog, Maya, prepared for the much-anticipated visit by wearing red and white, the Principalitys colours.

Les Petites Sœurs des Pauvres
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Prince Albert first spoke to the residents and staff before participating in a 10-minute prayer in the chapel and a tour of the premises.  The Prince then joined the sisters and residents for a meal in the large dining room, which was the highlight of the visit for most of the residents.

The Little Sisters senior residence is known as a respectful and welcoming place which is home to people from 32 nationalities who practice 4 different religions.

Prince Albert inaugurates Historic Sea Charts and the Mediterranean Exhibition 

Prince Albert inaugurated an exhibition on historic sea charts and the Mediterranean, organized by the International Hydrographic Organization, which will soon be celebrating its centenary in Monaco.  The exhibition features oil paintings, models of wooden ships, ceramic tiles, Portolan charts (the first nautical charts in the world), flags and navigation tools. Today, most maps and charts are digital, but this exhibition takes visitors back to the very beginnings of cartography.

Prince Albert inaugurates Historic Sea Charts and the Mediterranean Exhibition
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The Historic Sea Charts and the Mediterranean exhibition is free and on display in the showroom of Monacos Yacht Club.

Prince Albert inaugurates Historic Sea Charts and the Mediterranean Exhibition
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Prince Albert inaugurates Historic Sea Charts and the Mediterranean Exhibition
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Prince Albert attends International Day of Sport April6 Results

Peace and Sport and the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation recently presented the results of April6 in the presence of Prince Albert. On 6 April of each year, the International Day of Sport is celebrated at the Service of Development and Peace. For the 2019 edition, football clubs Nea Salamina and Mağusa Türk Gücü met to promote dialogue and cooperation between the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities through sport.  

Stelios Philanthropic Foundation & Peace and Sport promoting sport for dialogue
H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco participating to #WhiteCard campaign 2019 with Mr Joël Bouzou and Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou (Stelios Foundation Hall, 10th April 2019).©Valeria Maselli/ Peace and Sport

In his introduction speech, Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou said that he is pleased that his foundation has partnered with Peace and Sport for this historic event to promote lasting peace and dialogue on the island of Cyprus. President and Founder of Peace and Sport, Joel Bouzou, then presented the first results of the April 6 mobilization and the #WhiteCard campaign. So far this year, 1,130 projects have registered on www.april6.org, in 109 countries. The platform will continue to identify even more projects until it closes on 19 April.

Princess Charlene visited South Africa for The Royal Race Day

On April 9, Princess Charlene visited South Africa in order to raise funds by means of a royal horseracing event. (Thando Aaliyah Kubheka, a magazine reporter, shared two photos on her Instagram account, showing herself and The Princess together.) The event named The Royal Race Day aimed to ensure Gugulesizwe and Lesabe primary schools in Benoni, which were patronized by The Princess a few years ago, each receive a certain amount of money as an aid. (Source: www.newmyroyals.com)

Princess Charlene visited South Africa for The Royal Race Day
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Princess Charlene visited South Africa for The Royal Race Day
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Princess Charlene attended Johannesburg Royal Race Day event

On April 13, Princess Charlene attended “HSH Princess Charlene of Monaco Royal Race Day” event held at Turffontein Racecourse in Johannesburg, South Africa. Before the event, Princess Charlene put flowers in front of Hennenman Air Crash Memorial to memorialize the jockeys who lost their lives in a tragical air crash on April 12, 1988. (Source: www.newmyroyals.com)

Princess Charlene attended Johannesburg Royal Race Day event
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Princess Charlene attended Johannesburg Royal Race Day event
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Princess Charlene attended Johannesburg Royal Race Day event
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Princess Charlene attended Johannesburg Royal Race Day event
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