Resumption of the Honorary Consulate of Slovak Republic in Monaco

9th of September
The Honorary Consulate of Slovak Republic in Monaco was reopened on September 9 in Monte Carlo with the presence of the Deputy Prime Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Miroslav Lajčák.
The Deputy Prime Minister gave the consular comission to Tatiana Paracková, thus named her as the Honorary Consul of Slovak Republic in Monaco.

„The reopening of the Honorary Consulate is an acknowledgement of our interest in deepen the relations with Monaco in all areas of mutual interest,“ said Miroslav Lajčák at the ceremony in the presence of the Prime Minister and members of the Principality. „It is a new impulse to increase our collaboration and it is also a symbolic return of Slovakia into the vibrant center of life on the Côte d’Azur,“said the Deputy Prime Minister.

The Honorary Consulate of Slovak Republic had operated from 1995 until 2013. „I believe, that under the new leadership, our Honorary Consulare will act as an efficient and reliable supporter of relations between Slovakia and Monaco, that it will represent Slovakia and faciliate the connection between our businesses and citizens,“ emphasized M. Lajčák.

During the ceremony, the Monegasque Chamber of Economic Development and the Slovak Chamber of Commerce and Industry signed the cooperation agreement.
Moreover, The Minister M. Lajčák has also met the Chairman of the Association of Honorary Consuls of Monaco, Mustafa al Solh and the executive comittee members of the association.

The Honorary Consulate of Slovak Republic in Monaco was reopened on September 9 in Monte Carlo with the presence of the Deputy Prime Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Miroslav Lajčák.
The Deputy Prime Minister gave the consular comission to Tatiana Paracková, thus named her as the Honorary Consul of Slovak Republic in Monaco.

„The reopening of the Honorary Consulate is an acknowledgement of our interest in deepen the relations with Monaco in all areas of mutual interest,“ said Miroslav Lajčák at the ceremony in the presence of the Prime Minister and members of the Principality. „It is a new impulse to increase our collaboration and it is also a symbolic return of Slovakia into the vibrant center of life on the Côte d’Azur,“said the Deputy Prime Minister.

The Honorary Consulate of Slovak Republic had operated from 1995 until 2013. „I believe, that under the new leadership, our Honorary Consulare will act as an efficient and reliable supporter of relations between Slovakia and Monaco, that it will represent Slovakia and faciliate the connection between our businesses and citizens,“ emphasized M. Lajčák.

During the ceremony, the Monegasque Chamber of Economic Development and the Slovak Chamber of Commerce and Industry signed the cooperation agreement.
Moreover, The Minister M. Lajčák has also met the Chairman of the Association of Honorary Consuls of Monaco, Mustafa al Solh and the executive comittee members of the association.