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Didier Gamerdinger, Minister of Health and Social Affairs met the French press Tuesday to discuss the main issues and current events at the department he took over on June 1.
The incoming Minister mentioned in particular the importance of dialogue with social partners, a reference to the employers’ organisation, FEDEM, and the two trade union federations, all of whom he met last week.
Mr Gamerdinger said that other priorities include the new Princess Grace Hospital, help for those most in need, a study on the ageing of the population, the digitalisation of the administration, and help for young people with psychological difficulties.
He added that the fight against unregulated employment – otherwise known as ‘black work” – would also be a focus of his department.
Friends of Lebanon, headed up by Bouran Hallani, has put out a call for donations to help those devastated by the recent explosions that rocked Beirut.
Meteo-France has forecast the heat wave to last between six and eight days in the region, with scorching days and hot nights.
Prince Albert II has revealed that he is preparing to make masks mandatory in all public spaces in Monaco.
Traffic has begun traversing across Genoa’s new highway bridge, just two years after the terrifying collapse of the original Morandi bridge which killed 43 people.