Yesterday in Amman His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan swore in 13 new cabinet ministers after His Majesty approved of a “…reshuffle of Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour’s government on Wednesday…” according to Ammon News.
Earlier this week Her Serene Highness Princess Stephanie of Monaco welcomed a kind journalist from the French magazine, Pure People, to Roc Agel — the French country home of the members of the Princely family — to get an update regarding the princess’s sweet new elephants, Baby and Nepal.
As you may know by now Princess Stephanie rescued Baby and Nepal from the Tete d’Or Zoo in Lyon, France earlier this year. The two elephants were destined to be put down after government officials in Lyon believed they were infected with Tuberculosis.
After an international outcry from dozens of animal rights groups, who believed the two beautiful elephants could be saved, Princess Stephanie offered to take them in. Today, Baby and Nepal are living in a “…38,000 square foot enclosure with a huge wooden shelter and a pool from them to drink from and cool off in…” at Roc Agel.
During the interview Princess Stephanie noted that the elephants are doing quite well and that they are “…six tons of happiness…”
And, finally, on August 19, Their Serene Highnesses Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco were in Paroldo, Italy, to attend a concert of “…soloists of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Monaco…” according to the Palais Princier.
Prior to the concert the princely couple met with Mayor of Paroldo, Mr. Pier Carlo-Adami, who made Prince Albert II an honorary citizen of Paroldo.
Jordan’s Foreign Minister, Mr. Nasser Judeh, held a meeting with Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark accompanied by the Danish Minister for Development Cooperation, Mr. Christian Friis Bach, today in Amman.
During their meeting discussions focused on thetremendous “…burden being shouldered by Jordan as a result of hosting hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees despite the economic hardships Jordan is facing… according to Petra News.
The crown princess and Mr. Friis Bach also met with Jordan’s Minister of Planning and International Cooperation, Mr. Ibrahim Saif, and several Jordanian government officials. Again, discussions focused on the Syrian refugees, Jordan’s financial challenges for hosting the refugees, and more.
Click the link below to watch a video news clip and skip to the 9:34 mark.