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The mayor and members of the Communal Council have announced that a subscription will be open until March 31, 2018, on the occasion of the 60th birthday of His Serene Highness the Sovereign Prince.
According to the wish of Prince Albert, who will turn 60 on March 14, the sums collected will be donated to one or more entities that will be designated when the time comes.
The subscription is open to Monegasques, their spouses and their children, and residents. For practical reasons, payment methods are organised as follows: The mayor will send a letter to Monegasques, accompanied by a form, to allow them to pay their contribution to the Town Council.
Residents wishing to mark their commitment to Prince Albert by a donation on the occasion of is birthday, may do so either by:
– cheque payable to “Treasury General of Finance–60th Anniversary of HSH Prince Albert II”, addressed to the General Treasury of Finances, at the Prince’s Palace.
– transfer to the Trésorerie Générale des Finances” account “60th anniversary of SAS Le Prince Albert II” No. 30004 09170 00040602413–76, BNP Paribas Bank.
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