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Monaco is now home to a new Space Affairs Office, created as a single point of contact for all things space related. It is also a hub for companies in the industry looking to base themselves in the Principality.
After extensive talks with players in the industry, the government of Monaco has created the Space Affairs Office (Le Bureau des Affaires Spatiales) to help facilitate the business development of those whose activities include manufacturing telecommunications and earth observation equipment, and ‘astromobiles’, or rover, gear.
The position of Secretary General in the Prince’s government, left open by the retirement of Robert Colle, is being filled by the current Deputy Secretary General, Marc Vassallo.
During his annual address to the press, National Council President Stéphane Valeri was optimistic for 2022, saying "there are reasons to hope that we can get back to a quasi-normal life.”
Businesses that are suffering an economic loss under the fifth wave of the pandemic will once again receive assistance from the government.
Prince Albert has chaired the first meeting of his new Cabinet headed by Laurent Anselmi at the Prince's Palace, unprecedentedly made up of half women, half men.