Her Majesty Queen Sofia of Spain is currently in Bolivia for an official four-day visit. Yesterday, Her Majesty visited the Museo Nacional de Arte de Bolivia and held a meeting with the President of Bolivia, Mr. Juan Evo Morales, at the Palacio del Gobierno. During the meeting President Morales thanked Her Majesty for Spain’s support:
“… in improving health and education in Bolivia, and expressed confidence that this would continue in the future and reconfirmed that he will attend the Ibero-American Summit in Cadiz, which will be held in mid-November.”
Also on today’s agenda, the duke attended a “… reception to mark the re-naming of The Adelphi Room to The Prince Philip Room at The Royal Society of the encouragement of the Arts, Manufactures & Commerce…” in London. He also hosted a luncheon at Buckingham Palace for members of the Federation of London Youth Clubs.
In the afternoon, the princely couple visited the Pilsudski Square where the sovereign prince laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Then the prince and princess participated in a lunch meeting with the Vice-President of the Council of Ministers and Minister of Economy, Mr.Waldemar Pawlak.
Afterward, the sovereign prince met with “… the Speaker of the Lower House of Parliament (Sejm) Ewa Kopacz and Speaker of the Senate Bogdan Borusewicz.” Prince Albert II also participated in a roundtable meeting with “…Polish company leaders at Sobianski Palace.”
And, finally, in the evening Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene attended a gala dinner held in their honor at the Presidential Palace.