Archive for May, 2007

H.S.H. Prince Albert II supports Japan wish to seat as a non permanent member to the UN Security Council.

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007

In the morning of April 23rd, H.S.H. Prince Albert II and members of His Cabinet met with the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. After sharing his thoughts about the discussions on UN Security Council reform which would allow Japan to become a permanent member, the Japanese Prime Minister indicated that, at the beginning, Japan would like to have a seat as a non permanent member. (more…)

H.S.H. Prince Albert II wishes to intensify economic relationships with Japan

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007

Tuesday 24Th April 2007, H.S.H. Prince Albert II took part in the conference “Opportunities and Challenges in A Global Economy” organized by the economic Room of development (ICC). Facing an audience of Japanese decision-makers, H.S.H. Prince Albert II greeted the dynamism of the Japanese society which contributed to the development of a prosperous economy. H.S.H. Prince Albert reminded the main features of the economic life of Monaco, in particular the positive aspects of Monaco’s financial market and the urban development project aiming to extend the territory on the sea. (more…)

Jean-Jacques Campana new Monaco Government Counselor for Social Affairs and Health

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007

Mr. Jean-Jacques Campana has just been appointed Government Counselor for Social Affairs and Health by Sovereign Order of H.S.H. the Prince. Mr. Jean-Jacques Campana succeeds Mr. Denis Ravera in this position within the Prince’s Government. Mr. Denis Ravera recently passed away prematurely. Mr. Jean-Jacques Campana has been in charge of the Principality’s Social Funds until now. Mr. Jean-Jacques Campana will be joining the Government as of 1st May 2007 and will be assisted in his office by Mr. Thierry Picco, Director General of the Department of Social Affairs and Health

Monaco fights AIDS ignorance among young

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007

Interactive AIDS advice for Monegasque students. The National Education Department for Youth and Sport (D.E.N.J.S.), the Red Cross of Monaco (C.R.M.) and Fight AIDS Monaco (F.A.M.) have joined forces on a common project – to inform students in the Principality about the prevention of AIDS and the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases. (more…)