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21st Information and Discussion Meeting between the Prince's Government and Monegasque International Solidarity Organisations

Gilles Tonelli, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation during this meeting ©Government Communication Department/Manuel Vitali

The 21st information and discussion meeting between the Prince's Government and Monegasque International Solidarity Organisations (OSIs) was held yesterday, chaired by Gilles Tonelli, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation.

Forty NGOs, foundations and service clubs attended this annual meeting, which was organised by the Department of International Cooperation.

In his opening speech, the Minister congratulated the OSIs on their professionalism and their commitment to the United National Sustainable Development Goals.  "The combined action of the Prince's Government and Monegasque civil society for the benefit of the most vulnerable populations must continue and must be intensified," stated Mr. Tonelli at the conclusion of the meeting.

You can find more information on international solidarity organisations and their activities on osimonaco.org and on the Monaco Solidaire channel:

http://osimonaco.org/  
http://www.monacochannel.mc/Chaines/Monaco-Solidaire

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