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Monaco's Foreign Policy Focus for 2024

January 26, 2024
Monaco's Foreign Policy Focus for 2024

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Monaco's Foreign Minister, Isabelle Berro-Amadei, recently outlined the Principality's international priorities for 2024, emphasizing a commitment to environmental protection, sustainable development, and peace through international law. In her address to the Diplomatic Corps at the Hôtel Hermitage, Berro-Amadei highlighted the key role of diplomatic relations in fostering trust and friendship among nations.

The Principality, which maintains diplomatic ties with 157 states and hosts 134 foreign embassies, places a significant emphasis on environmental conservation, particularly of the ocean. This aligns with the fervent commitment of HSH Prince Albert II towards protecting vulnerable populations and promoting health and sustainable practices.

Berro-Amadei underscored Monaco's dedication to upholding international law as a cornerstone of its foreign policy. This focus is in line with the Principality's long-standing tradition of advocating for peace and dialogue in international affairs.

As Monaco continues to navigate the complex landscape of global relations, its 2024 foreign policy agenda reflects a balance between its historical values and contemporary global challenges. The emphasis on environmental stewardship and international cooperation positions Monaco as a key player in addressing some of the most pressing issues facing the world today.

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