Following the invitation of Mr. Pierre-Emmanuel Quirin , the CEO of Crans Montana International Forum on behalf of Mr. Jean-Paul Carteron (Honorary Chairman & Founder of Crans Montana International Forum) and HSH Prince von und zu Liechtenstein (the Honorary Chairman), Princess Karina Bagration-Moukhransky attended and actively participated in 18th Homeland & Global Security Forum held in Brussels (Belgium) on October 19 to 21, 2016. For many years now, the Homeland & Global Security Forum has been a privileged and unique platform gathering high level Government Officials, International Organizations, Parliaments, Specialized Administrations, Intelligence Agencies and Businesses from around the World.
The Forum started on October 19 with a Special day hosted by the European Parliament and placed under the aegis of the African Women’s Forum whose Honorary Committee is chaired by Mrs. Irina Bokova, Director General of UNESCO.
In addition, Her Highness, the President and Founder of Princess Carina Organization, received the New Leaders of Tomorrow Award from the hands of H.E. Mr. Didier Reynders, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belgium. The New Leaders for Tomorrow 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.
In 13th September 2016 the Royal family of Georgia visited the Patriarch of Holy city Jerusalem His Beatitude Theophilos III. The visit held in warm and friendly atmosphere. HRH Crown Prince noted an important role of His Beatitude in Christianity as whole and bestowed upon him the highest Dynastic Order of St. King David the Psalmist what was received with much gratitude by the Patriarch of Jerusalem. In his part His Beatitude gifted the royal family with holy icons, souvenirs and blessed the royal family. Respectfully, The Chancellery of the Royal House of Georgia, 2016.
H.R.H. Prince Nugzar Bagration-Gruzisky and H.R.H. Princess Anna Bagration-Gruzinsky attended a delightful dinner held in His Majesty’s Kigeli V Ndahindurwa honor at the Cavalry and Guard Club.
H.R.H. The Most. Hon. Marquess of Redding served as H.R.H. Prince Michael of Kent’s representative at the dinner. Some formerly-reigning royals families of Yugoslavia/Serbia attended in person.
The Royal Family of Montenegro was represented in person earlier in the day. H.I.H. Prince Ermias Sahle-Selassee (Ethiopia), H.M. Philppe – King of the Belgians, H.R.H. the Duke of Braganza (Portugal) and Princess Karina Bagration-Moukhransky, the President of ”Princess Carina Organization”sent either representatives , personal greetings and /or gifts.
Kigeli V Ndahindurwa (born June 29, 1936) was the last ruling King (Mwami) of Rwanda from 25 July 1959 until 28 January 1961. He has traveled internationally to speak on behalf of the Rwandan people and repeatedly called for peace and harmony between the different groups. King Kigeli V has continued to remember the victims of the Rwandan Genocide and makes every attempt to reconcile between all political, ethnic, and religious parties in Rwanda to use the democratic process to solve any disputes. Kigeli was a friend of former South African president Nelson Mandela and invested a lot into inter–tribal peace building in Africa.
THE CELEBRATION OF THE RUSSIAN CATHEDRAL OF NICE OPENING AND CHARITABLE AUCTION AT NEGRESCO (NICE, FRANCE)
On 9 June 2016, the ACRN Association under the patronage of Bishop Nestor, Bishop of Korsun with HRH Prince Dimitri of Russia as Honorary President of the ACRN, Mr Pierre de Fermor, President of the ACRN, HE Mr. Alexander Orlov – Russian Ambassador to France and Monaco – Mr. Sergey Sobyanin – Mayor of Moscow, Mr. Christian Estrosi – President of the Metropolis Nice (Côte d’Azur) , President of the Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur participated and welcomed the guests to the Gala evening held to celebrate the opening of the Russian Cathedral St. Nicolas at the hotel ”Le Negresco” in Nice. The distinguished guests at the Charitable Gala Dinner, taking place at the Royal Hall, enjoyed the live performance of Natalia Ermilova, singer and violinist David Bubani, opera singer and violinist accompanied by pianist Genc Tukiçi, other Russian artists. Charitable auction successfully raised founds for the further support of the Cathedral and development of culture.