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Le roi et la reine de Malaisie en visite à la Cour d'Espagne 08/10/2008

Le roi Juan Carlos et la reine Sofia ont offert un dîner en l'honneur du roi de Malaisie, le Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin et de la reine Nur Zahirah, auquel assistaient le prince et la princesse des Asturies ainsi que le frère du roi de Malaisie Tengku Norhana, et son épouse Essam Omar Fakieh. Le souverain de Malaisie s'est rendu en Espagne pour y assister, en autres activités, au lancement d'un sous-marin de la classe Scorpene, le second de ce type construit par les entreprises espagnoles Navantia et DCN.

Le prince héritier Salman Al Khalifa de Bahrain en visite officielle au Japon 09/10/2008

Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander Shaikh Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa yesterday held talks with Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso in the Cabinet headquarters, Tokyo.The Japanese premier welcomed the Crown Prince and his delegation and lauded the advanced level of bilateral relations.He expressed hope that the visit would further cement ties bonding both countries.The Japanese Prime Minister praised Bahrain's role in boosting regional stability and security through its approaches to achieve peace in the Middle East. Shaikh Salman, in turn, praised Japan for its comprehensive economic and industrial progress.Both sides reviewed bilateral co-operation and ways of boosting it in various vital sectors, including commercial, economic, investment, cultural, industrial, technology and educational fields.Later, the Crown Prince attended a reception held in his honour by Nomura Holding Company.During the ceremony, the Crown Prince held talks with Nomura director Kenichi Watanabe and senior officials.He thanked Nomura for expanding its business in Bahrain and for choosing the kingdom as a base for its operations since 1980s.

Le couple princier héritier de Norvège en visite dans la province méridionale de Telemark

As their official three-day visit to the southern Norwegian region of Telemark got underway this week Crown Prince Haakon and his wife Mette-Marit took the opportunity to go back to their country's cultural roots by stepping out to dinner in traditional bunad costume. The princess had chosen a scarlet bodice and black skirted version of the outfit, which originated in rural areas but is an increasingly popular choice in Norway these days for celebrations, evening wear and official occasions. Earlier in the day the couple were greeted by waving flags, cheering crowds and posies of flowers as they paused to chat with well-wishers who'd gathered at various venues on the couple's first-day agenda.The eye of mum-of-three Mette-Marit, who last month announced she's returning to college to study leadership, was caught especially by the young children hoping for a glimpse of the royal visitors.

La princesse héritière Maxima des Pays-Bas en visite dans une école du Paraguay 09/10/2008

Princess Máxima visited an elementary school in San Antonio, near Asuncíon in Paraguay. The Dutch Princes is on a three day working visit in the South American neighbour of her native Argentina. She is attending the 11th Microenterprise Forum, which takes place October 8–10 in Asuncíon.Máxima visited the school because it takes part in the Aflatoun Child Savings International campaign.Aflatoun wants to facilitate the development of socially conscious and economically self-reliant citizens by teaching children about financial education in the context of their rights and responsibilities; and to ensure that child social and financial education is viewed as a right for every child globally.The Programme targets children aged 6-14 who attend predominantly government run schools. Currently, the global network of Aflatoun consists of local implementation partners in eleven countries around the world. The Aflatoun Secretariat, located in the Netherlands within the offices of the Dutch Central Bank, actively supports the local partners.
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