Department of External Relations (Monaco)

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Department of External Relations of Principality of Monaco
Ministère d' Etat de Principautè de Monaco
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Agency overview
Headquarters Place de la Visitation, MC 98000 MONACO
Agency executive Franck Biancheri, Government Counsellor for External Relations
Website www.relext.gouv.mc
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The Department of External Affairs of Principality of Monaco (French: Ministère d' Etat de Principautè de Monaco) is a governmental agency in Monaco in charge of conducting and designing the foreign policy of the state.

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The Department of External Relations is responsible for conducting policies related to immunities, diplomatic management and consular affairs, relations with European states and affairs in Europe, international and multilateral affairs and the international environment. The functions of the department are implemented through four main division of the ministry: Department of International Affairs (established on February 16, 2007), the Office of International Cooperation and Development, the Department of Diplomatic and Consular relations, the Diplomatic Posts and Consulates overseas and Monaco’s Representations to International Organisations. The Department of External Relations is headed by the Government Counsellor.

The current Government Counsellor for External Relations is Franck Biancheri.

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