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Minister of State Serge Telle opened the annual Diplomatic Conference on Wednesday, April 19, organised by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation. It takes place over two days and brings together the whole of Monaco’s Diplomatic Corps.
The Minister of State referred to Monaco’s place in this rapidly changing world and the great projects of the moment, before concluding that at a time when the Principality, like all Western societies, is sometimes questioning its future, he counted on Monaco’s diplomats to cultivate its openness, to be faithful to the Principality, to its identity and its dynamism, its history and its Princes.
All the members of the Government spoke on current affairs. On Thursday, the attention of the conference turned to Monaco’s relationship with Europe, the process of attracting new residents and other topics.
The French government is still banking on lifting the current restrictions on 3rd May, a mid-May reopening of restaurant terraces and a return to school at the end of April.
Residents of the Principality aged 45 and over are now being invited to get their Covid vaccination. Meanwhile, home-tests are now being stocked in pharmacies in Monaco.
Monaco has been earmarked as the home for a new private viewing space by Zurich-based gallerists Hauser and Wirth who will hold their inaugural show in June.
The Grand Ball of Princes and Princesses celebrates its fifth year in June, bringing the magic from days of old to life for one night only at the Hôtel de Paris.