Prince Albert makes tech-focussed visit to Singapore en route to COP28

Before joining world leaders in Dubai for COP28, and on the back of his  first official trip to Malaysia, Prince Albert made a fleeting visit to Singapore on Thursday, where he met with leaders of start-ups specialising in bio-technologies and pharmaceuticals.

With the support of Jacky Deromedi and Jean-Marc Deromedi, Consuls of Monaco in Singapore, the Prince spoke with officials from the island of Sentosa on the theme of eco-responsibility in the hotel sector.

Prince Albert in Singapore with his Foundation. Photo credit: Michael Alesi / Palais Princier

Prince Albert also met with Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Singapore.

Monaco’s Head of State had just concluded a four-day official visit to Malaysia, the first of its kind.

At the end of the evening, Prince Albert and his Monegasque delegation, which includes members of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, left the city-state to go to Dubai to attend COP28.



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Main photo credit: Michael Alesi / Palais Princier