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Monaco affirms policies on migration

Monaco affirms policies on migration

By Staff Writer - October 25, 2017

Lorenzo Ravano, First Counsellor at the Monaco Embassy in Berlin; HE Isabelle Berro-Amadeï, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Monaco to the OSCE and Marie-Noëlle Albertini, Diplomatic Advisor to the Government Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation. Photo: DR
Lorenzo Ravano, First Counsellor at the Monaco Embassy in Berlin; HE Isabelle Berro-Amadeï, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Monaco to the OSCE and Marie-Noëlle Albertini, Diplomatic Advisor to the Government Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation. Photo: DR

At the invitation of the Italian Government, which this year chairs the Mediterranean Contact Group of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), a Monegasque delegation led by HE Isabelle Berro-Amadeï participated in the OSCE Mediterranean Conference in Palermo on October 24 and 25.

This Conference on “Massive Movements of Migrants and Refugees: Challenges and Opportunities” was held as part of the preparation of a Global Refugee Pact and a Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, which will be submitted for the approval of the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly.

The high-level political segment focused on enhancing security and promoting international and regional cooperation to address current challenges and challenges, in line with target 7 of SDG 10: “Facilitate migration and mobility in an orderly, safe, regular and responsible manner, including the implementation of planned and well-managed migration policies.”

Three sessions were organised around the risks involved, the protection of migrants, the opportunities resulting from migration, and integration policies in host countries.

In her speech, HE Berro-Amadeï underlined Monaco’s special interest in these important issues in its foreign policy, which expresses its support for dialogue and cooperation in order to protect the most vulnerable people, as well as actions to defend their rights.

She also recalled that Monaco is actively helping to help improve the lot of these people in the context of migration. The Ambassador praised the role of the OSCE in this area, which provides a platform for discussion and discussion on these topical issues.


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