3 July 2019 - 17h23
The Club des Résidents étrangers de Monaco celebrated its ninth birthday on Monday at the villa Key Largo in Cap d’Ail, in the presence of prince Albert II and of the club’s president, Louisette Azzoaglio Levy-Soussan.
The reception was marked by speeches by both Louisette Azzoaglio Levy-Soussan and the Prince, on whose shared initiative CREM was been founded in 2010. During her allocution, the president described CREM as « the antechamber of the Principality’s social and economic life”, and then addressed the non-francophone Monegasque residents in English.
Serving foreign residents
Today, almost a year after its foundation, CREM unites over 400 members from 40 different nationalities, all bearing witness to “the multilingual and multicultural society” that the club’s founders aim for, and established ties with other Monegasque clubs such as the Monaco Ambassadors Club. It also regularly organizes activities such as soirées, cocktails, conferences, visits, workshops or private concerts. The club is also a place where recently-arrived residents may gather, meet each other and be initiated to different aspects of life in Monaco. Every trimester, it also hosts the information reunions of the Welcome Office, dedicated to new residents.
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