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Monaco Ambassador to France presents credentials to Emmanuel Macron

Monaco Ambassador to France presents credentials to Emmanuel Macron

By Staff Writer - April 17, 2019

At a ceremony held on Friday, April 12, 2019, at the Elysee Palace, HE Mr. Christophe Steiner, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco to France, presented his credentials to Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic.

This ceremony was followed by a private meeting between the French President and the Ambassador, who, on this occasion, was able to affirm his determination and that of the Monegasque Authorities to continue to promote the excellence of the relationship between the Principality of Monaco and France.

The French President welcomed the support of HSH Prince Albert II – especially in the commitment to a common desire to work for sustainable development, with the assistance of the Monaco Embassy in France.

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