Pubblicato il 7 March 2024 da Redazione in Actuality, Actuality in Monaco, Monaco

Isabelle Berro-Amadeï on Official Visit to Mauritania

From February 25 to March 1, 2024, a Monegasque delegation led by Ms. Isabelle BERRO-AMADEÏ, Government Counselor-Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, visited Mauritania to co-chair the 1st meeting of the bilateral cooperation commission between the two states with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation, and Mauritanians Abroad, Mr. Mohamed Salem Ould MERZOUG
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This Official Visit was also an opportunity to visit projects supported by Monacan Cooperation in Mauritania. The historic partnership in the field of civil protection/security was also highlighted. During the first session of the bilateral cooperation commission, held in Nouakchott on February 26, both countries expressed their shared willingness to continue and deepen exchanges on development strategies and common cooperation directions, following the Framework Cooperation Agreement signed in 2016. Health, food security, education, access to decent work, civil security, and the environment were emphasized as priority areas of cooperation.


A memorandum of understanding was signed to renew support for the National Hepato-Virology Institute in Nouakchott in its mission to care for individuals affected by viral hepatitis. Madame Isabelle BERRO-AMADEÏ emphasized that ‘the initial cooperation in the field of civil protection has continued and strengthened. A sectoral framework agreement signed in 2016 established this sector as a preferred axis of cooperation between the two states. The presence in the Monacan delegation of Colonel Tony VARO, Supreme Commander of the Public Force in Monaco, attests to the importance and dynamism of this cooperation.