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The Sputnik news agency has reported that HSH Prince Albert and Russian President Vladimir Putin have met in Moscow to mark the positive development of bilateral relations.
Sputnik, the state-owned and operated online news in Russia, reported that Putin said: “I am very glad that we began your visit with a milestone event – with opening an exhibition devoted to the ties between Monaco and Russia. We saw at first hand how long and how constructive relations between Russia and Monaco have been developing.”
The president was speaking after the two leaders visited an exhibition entitled “Romanovs-Grimaldi: Three Centuries of History” in the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow.
“Now, 10 years after reestablishment of diplomatic relations between our countries, I mark with a great pleasure an excellent level of cooperation between Russia and Monaco in various spheres. I am sure that Moscow shares this point of view and is going to develop such cooperation,” Prince Albert II said, according to Sputnik.
A trade mission by Monaco’s Economic Board coincides with the Sovereign’s visit to Moscow. The Prince was due to leave Moscow on Thursday evening.
Divine food and beautiful locations with amazing chefs over seven weeks is the hallmark of SBM’s latest culinary event, taking place from the end of September through to mid-January.
To kick off European Sustainable Development Week, AS Monaco is presenting its new organic vegetable garden intended to help the team boost performance.
A call for participation has been put out for those who would like to make a difference during this year’s European Waste Reduction Week under the theme ‘Circular Communities’.
Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali dropped a mini-bomb this week when he revealed on CNN that the Monaco GP will now take place over three days instead of four.
Money raised will go to the charitable work of La Société de Saint Vincent de Paul, Saint Paul’s Church, the Eglise Réformé de Monaco, British Association of Monaco, La Communauté Espanagnole, and La Paroisse Grecque Orthodoxe.
Also, La Poste Monaco has announced that with three weeks left until Christmas, Santa has opened his office in Monaco. Anyone wishing to write to Father Christmas, or send a drawing, can post their letters in any mailbox in the Principality before Friday, December 23. To receive a reply, it is important, says La Poste, for correspondents to write their names and addresses legibly on both the envelope and the drawing.
The office also reports that Santa has an excellent internet connection.