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Prince Albert II Addresses the United Nations

Prince Albert II spoke before the 72nd United Nations General Assembly.  He touched upon issues of peace, security and the environment.

Prince Albert called on UN Member States to “refuse to be ineffective witnesses of unjustifiable positions that put all our States in grave danger,” speaking particularly about the current threat of nuclear escalation. He indicated that Monaco continues to support collective actions for the promotion of peace and security.The Principality has always been open to dialogue, said the Prince.

 

“Our common values, defending human rights, democracy, the rules of law, are among the constant priorities of a modern state.”

He also announced that the new strategic plan for official development assistance in Monaco will respond to the most immediate needs with food, security, health, education and professional integration.

Prince Albert II also advocated the fight against all forms of violence, calling, among other things, for the improvement of the status of women. He also welcomed the signing of the Voluntary Pact between the United Nations and Member States to eradicate exploitation and sexual abuse by peacekeepers and civilian organizations within the United Nations.

On the subject of climate change, Prince Albert II said that Monaco has already announced drastic measures that will help to change “our modes of transport, production and consumption”.

“Whether it reassures us or frightens us, science must invite us to action and move us forward together, for progress and the hope of a better world.”

 

The Sovereign’s visit to the West Point Military Academy

While HSH Prince Albert II was in New York for the United Nations General Assembly, General Robert Caslen, Superintendent of the West Point Military Academy, welcomed him to the grounds, 61 years after Prince Rainier and Princess Grace visited the same location when they attended a famous football match between the army and the navy. This university hosts nearly 4,500 Cadets. After a rigorous selection process and four years of study, the Cadets are destined to become the future members of the American army. During his visit, Prince Albert was able to speak with senior officers and cadets during an informal lunch and a Q & A meeting in the presence of a French student from Saint Cyr. The Cadets offered a surprise gift to the Sovereign: framed photos of his parents’ visit in 1961 as well as photos of his own visit taken that morning.

 

Monaco Explorations Expedition

 

During the visit of HSH Prince Albert II the new GEOMAR Ocean Science Center Mindelo was christened. Also the team of scientists together with the sovereign visited the island of Branco to look for and talk about the giant skink, learned about a soon to be launched wave glider aboard the Yersin, and visited a sea turtle hatchery on the beaches of Boa Vista.

 

Conference between Prince Albert and 300 children at the Oceanographic Museum

 

Three hundred children and teenagers gathered in the Great Hall of the Oceanographic Museum for a videoconference with the sovereign, who was in Cabo-Verde. They sat quietly, waiting for the sovereign, who invited them to talk about ‘Monaco Explorations’, a scientific research program that will span three years aboard the ship Yersin.

The lights went out and Prince Albert II and Robert Calcagno, Director General of the Oceanographic Museum appeared on the screen. The children applauded thunderously.

They asked heartfelt questions like: “Are your wife and your children with you?” The Prince answered all the questions openly. Similar conferences will continue to take place throughout the Explorations, until June 2020.

 

Princess Charlene visited the Milan Fashion Week SS 2018

Princess Charlene of Monaco proved herself to be more than a match for the models at Milan Fashion Week on Friday, when she put on an incredibly stylish display while attending Versace’s star-studded show and Armani Fashion Show. Royal attended the catwalk event of Versace Fashion Show wearing a dazzling silver dress by the design label. Charlene sat in the front row next to Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton. Earlier in the day, the royal attended the Armani show, where she was also seated in the front row alongside a number of other high-profile guests. Charlene was joined by the Oscar-winning actress and a long-term fan of the brand, Cate Blanchett, and Roberta Armani, the niece of designer Giorgio.
Princess Caroline presented diplomas to the graduated nurses

On September 21, 2017, Princess Caroline of Hanover and Minister of Health and Social Affairs – State Counsellor of Monaco Didier Gamerdinger attended diploma and award presentation ceremony held for nurses who have completed nursing education and graduated at Princess Grace Hospital Institute in Monaco.

 

Charlotte Casiraghi visited Gucci Show at Milan Fashion Week

 

On September 20, 2017, Charlotte Casiraghi visited Gucci fashion show held within the scope of Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018 Collection in Milan.

 

 

Beatrice Borromeo attends the F4D’s First Ladies Luncheon

 

Beatrice Borromeo attended the seventh official First Ladies Luncheon hosted by the UN Fashion 4 Development at The Pierre Hotel in New York. Fashion 4 Development (F4D), is a global awareness campaign that unites diplomacy, media, business, and the creative industries in full support of the UN Millennium Development Goals.

 

Charlotte Casiraghi attends opening gala of the Opéra Garnier

On September 21, 2017, Charlotte Casiraghi attended the opening gala of the new season of Opéra Garnier at Palais Garnier in Paris, France. Charlotte Casiraghi wore a lace dress from Giambattista Valli Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2017-2018 Collection.

Sources: www.facebook.com/Monaco-Explorations & www.newmyroyals.com & www.dailymail.co.uk



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