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Intensification of International Relations

H.S.H. Prince Albert II succeeded his father, Prince Rainier III who died on 6h April 2005. On 12th July 2005, at the end of the period of official mourning, the Prince's accession to the throne was celebrated.

Under His leadership, since 2005, the diplomatic and consular network of the Principality widens with 15 Ambassadors in 26 states and 132 consulates active in 81 states. Moreover, Monaco hosts 75 Ambassadors for 83 accredited embassies and 79 consulates.

In addition, many heads of State in office went to visit in Monaco since 2005, among whom the French president, Mr Nicolas Sarkozy, on 25 april 2008, which allowed to discuss with Prince Albert II about the environment and sustainable development.

Number of initiatives have been conducted to foster economic activity, making business operations more transparent while maintaining a high level of ethics. Thus the exit of the Principality from the OECD greylisting. In 2012, 26 tax agreements (OECD Standards) have been signed.

The pages of the www.gouv.mc  website are the daily echo of the guidance provided by H.S.H. Prince Albert II to His Government.

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