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Monaco Embassy in France welcomes young Monegasques living in Paris

Monaco Embassy in France welcomes young Monegasques living in Paris

By Staff Writer - December 21, 2017

HE Claude Cottalorda, Ambassador of the Principality of Monaco in France and Christophe Crovetto, Counsellor at the Embassy, with the two young winners of the quiz.
HE Claude Cottalorda, Ambassador of the Principality of Monaco in France and Christophe Crovetto, Counsellor at the Embassy, with the two young winners of the quiz.

Young Monegasque students living in Paris and Ile-de-France were invited to the Residence of the Ambassador of the Principality in France, for the annual Christmas reception on December 18.

Some forty young people, including several resident students of the Monaco Foundation at the Cité Internationale Universitaire in Paris (CIUP), shared a convivial evening with HE Claude Cottalorda, his wife, and the diplomats of the Embassy.

Ambassador Cottalorda expressed his wishes for happiness and success to all those present. The evening continued in a joyous atmosphere with a musical game in the form of a quiz.


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