The Honorary Consul General of Antigua and Barbuda Marco Garavaglia has vowed to continue to work with passion and seriousness to promote the twin island state’s tourism and economy.
After a two-year lull, caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the traditional farewell ceremony for the Diplomatic Corps and Consular Corps got underway at the Hotel Hermitage in the Principality of Monaco
The President of the A.C.H.M., Marc Lecourt, Honorary Consul General of Slovenia in Monaco, represented the Consular Corps in the Principality and was welcomed by Mrs. Isabelle Berro-Amadeï, Government Advisor – Minister of External Relations and Cooperation.
The Association of Honorary Consuls of Monaco was strongly represented among the many guests, including three accredited Ambassadors in the Principality (France, Italy, and the Order of Malta),
The Consul General said he is confident that the cooperation with Antigua and Barbuda will continue to bolster and be a strong source of information.
He says he hoped that European entrepreneurs and companies will benefit while providing a stimulus for all those who want to create a strong and lasting partnership with Antigua and Barbuda.