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Minister thanks overseas aid partners

Minister thanks overseas aid partners

By Staff Writer - June 14, 2017

Photo: Manuel Vitali/Direction de la Communication
Photo: Manuel Vitali/Direction de la Communication

The regular meeting of the government and the various associations and organisations that are active in overseas aid projects took place on Tuesday, June 13.

Forty NGOs, foundations and clubs responded to the call to the meeting organised by the Directorate of International Cooperation and chaired by Gilles Tonelli, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation.

In his welcoming speech, Minister Tonelli congratulated the International Solidarity Organizations (OSI) on their professionalism and commitment to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

“The combined action of the Government of Monaco and Monegasque civil society for the benefit of the most vulnerable populations must continue and intensify,” Miniter Tonelli said at the conclusion of the meeting.

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