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Monaco will host a conference in October on the theme Reconciling Humanity and the Planet: Perspectives in the Francophone Space.
The Conference will be held on 30 and 31 October 2019 in Monaco on the eve of 50 years of the OIF.
Christophe Steiner, Ambassador of the Principality of Monaco in France, and Mr. Adama Ouane, Administrator of the OIF, signed the Memorandum of Understanding on the Practical Arrangements for the Organisation of the 36th Session of the Ministerial Conference of Francophonie (CMF) in Monaco.
The CMF Monaco will bring together all Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Ministers responsible for the Francophonie of OIF member states and governments, or their representatives, in order to take a decision on the main lines of Francophone multilateral action.
The Principality of Monaco was a founding member of the International Organization of La Francophonie in 1970.
The OIF has 88 States and Governments, including 54 full members, seven associate members and 27 observers.
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With people from over 20 countries making up 35 teams competing in three different classes, the Monaco Energy Boat Challenge is taking the ideas of today to create a sustainable boating culture for tomorrow.
The Monte-Carlo Opera and the Prince’s Musicians are heading to Vienna after being invited for the first time to be part of the Rossini Mania Festival at the Vienna State Opera House.
The Ligue 1 calendar for the 2022/23 season has been and Monaco Life takes a look at the stand-out fixtures, including a congested August schedule, which will include Champions League play-off matches.
The Astana EXPO 2017 International Specialised Exhibition closed on Sunday, September 10, after recording a considerable success for Monaco.
Nearly 115 countries and organisations participated in the Expo, and the Monaco Pavilion, with the theme, “Thinking about the future”, was a real success throughout the 93 days of the event. A total of 250,000 visitors were welcomed at the Pavilion, accounting for about seven percent of the total numbers.
The Pavilion was also put to use on several occasions for specialised events that drew particular attention to the values and potential of the Principality.
On the eve of the closing, the Monaco Pavilion received the bronze medal for its design, awarded by the International Exhibition Bureau.