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Visite officielle du roi Abdullah II de Jordanie au Japon 01/10/2008

Japan’s Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko on Wednesday the 1rst october hosted a state banquest at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo in honour of Jordan’s King Abdullah and Queen Rania. Among those present were also Crown Prince Naruhito, Princess Masako, and other members of the Japanese imperial family."In recent years bilateral relations between our two countries have been advanced in various areas, such as economic and technical cooperation, cultural exchange and mutual visits by our people," Emperor Akihito said in his toast.The Jordanian royal couple arrived in Japan on Tuesday for a five-day state visit. Earlier Wednesday they met with the emperor and empress in the "Takenoma" audience room. King Abdullah invited the imperial couple to visit Jordan. The emperor said the government will study the invitation. The king and queen also attended a welcome ceremony at the Akasaka state guesthouse and a luncheon hosted by the crown prince and princess.Princess Masako then guided Queen Rania to the Science Museum, Tokyo, located in Chiyoda Ward, at the request of the Jordanian queen, who is interested in science education for children.

Visite d'Etat du couple royal suédois en Ukraine 02/10/2008

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Devant le Secrétariat Présidentiel de Kiev, le Président ukrainien Victor Yushchenko et son épouse Kateryna Yushchenko ont accueilli mardi 30 septembre 2008 le roi Carl XVI Gustaf et la reine Silvia pour une visite d'Etat de trois jours. Ils passèrent la garde d'honneur en revue assistèrent à la cérémonie d'accueil officiel rythmée par les hymnes nationaux et le tir de vingt-et-un coups de canon. Suivit la présentation des deux délégations notamment le ministre ukrainien des Affaires étrangères Volodymyr Ohryzko, celui de la culture Vasyl Vovkun, et de la Justice Mykola Onishchuk. In Horodetsky House, President Victor Yushchenko and his wife Kateryna Yushchenko held meeting with King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia.In his word at the beginning of the meeting President welcomed the King and Queen of Sweden in Ukraine. He said that Sweden is one of the most important Northern European partners for Ukraine and thanked to the leadership of the country for efforts in strengthening bilateral relations with our state.President Yushchenko also expressed gratitude for Sweden’s support of Ukraine in its European integration course and said that despite this path is hard for our country “with such friends and partners as Sweden, Ukraine will complete it successfully”.At the end of the meeting President Yushchenko and King Carl XVI Gustaf exchanged state decorations. President Victor Yushchenko with his wife and King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden with Queen Silvia took part in a flower laying ceremony near the Monument to Holodomor 1932-1933 Victims in Kiev.In the evening the two couples visited Sophia National Preserve.They took a tour of the preserve, saw the St. Sophia Cathedral, the restored Holy Gates and the bell tower where new bells had been installed earlier in the summer. The 1rst of october, the president and the king opened Ukrainian-Swedish Business Forum.Ensuite, President Victor Yushchenko and King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden together with their wives took part in an opening of international exhibition ‘Ukraine – Sweden: at the crossroads of history’ at National Museum of the History of Ukraine.The exhibition is dedicated to celebration of 300 years since the events of 1708 when Ukrainian Hetman Ivan Mazepa has allied himself with Sweden and Poland in the Great Northern War.Au terme de la seconde journée un gala fut offert au National Opera House of Ukraine.

Robin Williams jouera dans une comédie musicale pour le 60ème anniversaire du prince de Galles 02/10/2008

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Comedy greats will help to celebrate The Prince of Wales’s 60th birthday this year with a special one-off comedy show in aid of His Royal Highness’s youth charity The Prince’s Trust.The show, called We Are Most Amused, will have a unique line-up with stars such as Rowan Atkinson, John Cleese and Robin Williams on stage together for one night only on Wednesday 12th November.The Prince of Wales, who is a keen fan of comedy, will attend the show with his wife The Duchess of Cornwall at the New Wimbledon Theatre.Their Royal Highnesses will be treated to a mix of live stand-up and comedy sketches from the world’s greatest comedians to raise money for, and awareness of, the work of The Prince’s Trust which helps to provide opportunities for disadvantaged young people in the UK.For the first time in over 25 years, stand-up comedy legend and Hollywood star Robin Williams will perform on a UK stage. Monty Python founder and comic genius John Cleese has promised something extra special in honour of The Prince’s birthday and after a long stint on the small and silver screens, British comedy great Rowan Atkinson will return to the live stage.The line-up will bring together the very best in comedy talent – from much-loved established names to fresh young acts from the stand-up circuit – a combination which will appeal to all ages and, above all, to comedy fan and guest of honour The Prince of Wales.With further acts to be announced, We Are Most Amused promises to be a night to remember and will be screened on ITV1 shortly after the live event. We Are Most Amused will take place on Wednesday 12th November 2008. Tickets will go on sale at 10.30am on Wednesday 1st October and prices range from £25 to £100. To purchase tickets either call 0870 060 6646, go online at www.newwimbledontheatre.co.uk or visit the New Wimbledon Theatre Box Office in person.

Premières photos de la princesse Emma Tallulah de Norvège 02/10/2008

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Watched attentively by big sisters Maud and Leah the newest member of the Norwegian royal family has been captured in homely shots used by proud parents Princess Martha Louise of Norway and her husband Ari Behn to introduce her to the world. The images were released to celebrate the arrival on Monday of Emma Tallulah, the couple's third daughter. "The birth took place at the couple's home (just outside Oslo)," says the palace, adding mother and baby were both well. Martha Louise, who is the only daughter of King Harald and Queen Sonja, gave up the title of 'royal highness' upon her 2002 marriage to writer Ari, and has a reputation for not standing on ceremony. The natural photo of the new arrival, taken by Emma Tallulah's dad, reflects the couple's low-key approach to their royal connections.
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