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Seychelles: The prince heir of the Crown of Norway, Haakon Magnus, visiting the archipelago




The prince heir of the Crown of Norway, Haakon Magnus second from the right
The prince heir of the Crown of Norway, Haakon Magnus second from the right
The prince heir of the Crown of Norway, Haakon Magnus, aged 40 years, visited Seychelles last week.
Haakon Magnus was able notably to board a ship flying the flag of Norway currently in Seychelles territorial waters to fight against piracy in the area.
 
The crown prince also met members of the government of the archipelago.
 
The Minister of Tourism and Culture, Alain St. Ange, the Minister of Foreign Affairs Jean-Paul Adam, and Vice President Danny Faure, were present at his departure at the airport.
 
The prince heir to the Crown of Norway, Haakon Magnus, left the Seychelles Sunday evening, to embark on an Emirates Airlines flight.
 
 As a reminder, Haakon Magnus won in 1995 the diploma of the Academy of Royal Navy of Norway in Bergen.
 
From 1996 to 1999, the prince attended courses at the American University of California, Berkeley and graduated with an MBA in political science.
 
Haakon Magnus is then formed in diplomacy, economics and international trade.
 
The crown prince also met members of the Government of the archipelago.
 
The Minister of tourism and Culture, Alain Saint-Ange, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jean-Paul Adam, and the vice-president, Danny Faure, were present during his departure at the airport.



Laurent Chinaud


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