Prince Monaco wins Nature Maintenance Award in Sweden

Monaco with Marie Catherine Caruso Labella, Director of Foreign Affairs and Consular Relations, Isabelle Picco, Ambassador, UN Permanent Representative of Monaco, Valerie Bruel Melchior, Deputy Permanent Representative, Florian Bot, Third Secretary of the Permanent Mission Delegation. Photo: DC

Monaco’s exploration and the Principality’s marine efforts are in the limelight at the United Nations. From December 4th to 8th, Foreign Minister Isabel Rosa Brunet and Foreign Consulate Director Marie Catherine Caruso Labella visited the United States and visited various Monaco diplomats. And the mission of the consulate.

In New York, she gave an important speech to the UN General Assembly during a debate on the sea and the laws of the sea.

Her speech was an opportunity to recall Monaco’s priorities, including the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals 14, ocean acidification, marine protected areas, the fight against marine pollution, and the Principality’s support for hydrography and marine mapping.

The importance of marine science and scientific cooperation is also central to the Secretary’s speech, citing Jersin’s ports of call in Madeira, Cape Verde and Martinique as examples, “Humanity and the Sea” according to SAS’s Sovereign Prince’s vision.

The Principality also supports the initiative of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, which declares a decade of marine science from 2021 to 2030. The end of the discussion.

By the end of the year, the General Assembly will adopt a third resolution to convene an intergovernmental conference to develop new international documents for the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity.

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