Prince’s Palace of Monaco

Presentation of Credentials by H.E. Mrs Pilar ARMANET, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of CHILE to the Principality of Monaco.

During the late morning on 15th April at the Prince’s Palace, the official ceremony in which H.E. Mrs Pilar ARMANET, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of CHILE presented her Credentials to the Principality of Monaco took place.

 Picture : Presentation of Credentials by H.E. Mrs Pilar ARMANET, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of CHILE to the Principality of Monaco.

Presentation of Credentials by H.E. Mrs Pilar ARMANET, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of CHILE to the Principality of Monaco.

During the late morning on 15th April at the Prince's Palace, the official ceremony in which H.E. Mrs Pilar ARMANET, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of CHILE presented her Credentials to the Principality of Monaco took place.

H.E. Mrs Pilar ARMANET was accompanied for the occasion by Mr Philippe Richon, Honorary Consul for Chile in Monaco. After being welcomed in the Cour d'Honneur of the Palace by the Company of Carabinieri guard of honour under the command of Colonel Yannick Bersihand, Senior Commander of the Police Force, Ambassador Pilar Armanet was taken to the Hall of Mirrors by H.S.H the Prince's Chamberlain, Colonel Luc Fringant.

H.E. Mrs Pilar ARMANET then proceeded to present her Credentials to H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince who was accompanied by the Secretary of State, Mr Rene Novella, Head of H.S.H the Prince's Government, Mr Georges Lisimachio and H.E. Mr Jean Pastorelli, Minister Plenipotentiary and Government Councillor for External Relations. After the ceremony, H.S.H the Prince held a private audience with the Ambassador in the family drawing room.

Chile becomes the forty-first foreign power accredited to the Principality of Monaco.

Chile is one of the first Latin American countries to move towards the study and assessment of its resources established by the Kyoto Protocol as well as the use of non conventional renewable energies (NCRE).

Prince’s Palace of Monaco