A plenary session of the Strategic Council for Attractiveness (CSA) was held under the chairmanship of Minister of State, Pierre Dartout on Monday, May 23.

Accompanied by the Interministerial Delegate for Attractiveness, Frédéric Genta, recently appointed Secretary General of the CSA, the Minister of State emphasised how attractiveness is essential to the development of the Principality and the preservation of its economic and social model.

The Principality – whose assets are considerable – wants to be exemplary and ambitious in the face of ecological and digital challenges and must continue to develop an attractiveness strategy adapted to a rapidly changing world. The Government is giving new impetus to its policy of attractiveness and to this end is relaunching meetings of the CSA, a key partner in the implementation of this strategy.

The CSA will meet periodically and will continue to unite the many public and private entities that represent the economic, social and cultural vitality of Monaco.

The Minister of State reiterated the Prince’s Government’s desire to rely on all local and international players to meet these challenges: “Attractiveness is everyone’s business. Our ambition is to create a real dynamic in favour of attractiveness by bringing together all the ministerial departments and the entities concerned in which the CSA plays a strategic role,” he said.

Frédéric Genta added: “Attractiveness is the basis and engine of our economy. The CSA is a strong asset on which Monaco must rely to modernise and adapt to the post-covid world, a world in which attracting residents, investors and businesses is essential.”