THE ROYAL HOUSE OF GEORGIA
|Posted on 19 July, 2017 at 9:25|
OFFICIAL VISIT OF HRH PRINCESS ANNA OF GEORGIA IN SPAIN - JULY 5 TO JULY 7, 2017
The official visit of H.R.H. Princess Ana Bagration- Gruzinsky took place to Spain from 5th till 7 th of July. In the framework of her visit Her Royal Highness met Spanish nobility, business and political elite. She also participated in Crans Montana Forum’s 28th Annual Session which took place in Barcelona in one of the key Mediterranean’s centers.
She took active part in conference on the Silk Road Cooperation was organized on July 6, promoting prosperity and economic integration especially with Mediterranean, Middle East and African countries. This Program was a unique opportunity to foster Global Cooperation, develop Business Opportunities and strengthen International networks. Heads of State and Government, Ministers of Economy, Finance, Trade, Transport and Industry were invited to discuss the following topics:
Opening the way from Western Europe to China is also an opportunity for the Mediterranean, the Middle East and Africa.
As a key to major new markets, the Silk Road represents a unique opportunity for improving international cooperation and boosting economic Development
Common goals and achievements will improve peaceful relations and strengthen a confident shared Development
Outstanding transport networks and policies are the key to such a successful cooperation
The Eurasian corridors and the Maritime Silk Road lead to the Mediterranean, also gateway to the Atlantic World Intertwining diplomacy with economic stimulation and international cooperation.
The new strategies for the Arab economies and the African countries where the most important potential of natural resources is The Development of the Silk Road Cooperation from Atlantic to Pacific Ocean is also a matter of transport facilities.
Princess Ana also had an opportunity to discover more about the New Leaders for Tomorrow Special Program which took place this year in Barcelona. It is a unique community of young leaders from Africa, the Arab World, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, South-America and Far East selected thanks to their exceptional professional achievement, leadership experience and ability to promote peaceful dialogue worldwide. Together, they form a powerful Community to shape the global agenda and address the 21st Century major challenges.
During the annual Gala dinner in presence of Spanish ministers and other government officials, Her Royal Highness Princess Anna decorated H.E. Jean-Paul Carteron (Honorary Chairman & Founder of Crans Montana International Forum) with the degree of Grand Officer of the Royal Order of The Crown of The Georgian Kingdom.
The Forum was covered by Euronews