- African Women
- Club of Ports
- New Leaders
Implementing major Security Projects
Site Security, Fire and Electronic Security
Protection of Borders
Security of Oil fields and Strategic buildings
The Club of Ports Label for Excellence aims at being awarded to key actors in the Maritime Industry all over the World. The Club of Ports will launch this activity within the African Maritime Industry.
The Label is an Official Recognition of (1) outstanding achievements, (2) efforts and (3) initiatives in the development and the management of the Maritime Industry, commitment towards Excellence, outstanding leadership as well as quality of services, innovation, customer relation, management and reliability.
Placed under the patronage of Mr. Cristian David, Minister of Romanians abroad, this event will bring together Government Officials, High level Representatives of International & Regional Organizations, Professors of Universities and Businesses to analyse the migration phenomenon from various perspectives and explore the ways of seizing the new opportunities arising from these challenges.
On Thursday, 13 June 2013 at 19.00, the International Institute for Middle-East and Balkan Studies (IFIMES) held a special ceremony at Bled, where it presented its prestigious Award to HE Ambassador Jean-Paul Carteron, Chairman and Founder of Crans Montana Forum and Recipient of the National Order of Freedom of Slovenia.
Were also presented :
- HE Željko Komšić, Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina
- HE Guido Westerwelle, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany -
- HE Nabil El Araby, Secretary General of the Arab League
- Mr. Hannes Swoboda, Member of the European Parliament, Chair of the Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament
Awards were presented by the President of the IFIMES International Institute
In the opening address President of the Council of the Institute Dr. Craig T. Smith stressed the importance of such awards because they enable organisations such as IFIMES to show that they appreciate the activities and efforts of individuals to create better conditions for dialogue and life for all of us. With their work the laureates have proven that even in difficult times it is possible to find compromises and solutions for a better tomorrow. This is especially important for the Balkan and Middle East regions, which are also covered by the IFIMES International Institute. Those regions occupy a special position in the world map and their role will be even more important in the future.
In his speech Director of the IFIMES Institute Zijad Bećirović noted that in this world there are certain individuals whose work and acts have inspired many others and who stand out because of their strong dedication. It is therefore appropriate to honour them, present them awards and show them our respect and gratitude for everything they have done for their fellow citizens, their country, the region, the world and for the better future of us all.
Besides the Institute's management the ceremony was attended by numerous personalities from the political, business and public life from Slovenia as well as the Balkan and Middle East countries. Numerous inisters from the Slovenian Government attended together with most of the Ambassadors accredited to Ljubljana.
Mr. Groce Gligorov Special Representative of HM the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan Negara Brunei Darussalam attended also the ceremony in order to congratulate Amb. J-P. Carteron.
The award ceremony was followed by the reception in the honour of the laureates.
Ljubljana, 13 June 2013
Azerbaijan has led CIS countries in terms of GDP growth and other indices for some years. The country has immense potential for generic market development due to favorable natural conditions, a good investment climate and State policies concentrated on intensively supporting non-oil sector development. According to UN forecasts, Azerbaijan will continue leading the CIS in 2010 as the Country enjoying the most dynamic Economic development. GDP growth hit 6.1% in Azerbaijan in 2009 on the backdrop of a slumping GDP in the CIS as a whole. Azerbaijan was admitted as the number-one reformer among 181 countries, according to the World Bank Doing Business Report 2009.
Chairman Jean-Paul Carteron and the Board of the Crans Montana Forum would like to express to the President of the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire and the First Lady, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ouattara their sincere condolences and heartful compassion on these most horrible circumstances which plunge into mourning the whole Country. The price for Democracy is too high and paid with blood and tears ! We wish them endurance and God's protection. gO gOD
Mr. Allawi will be heading an Iraqi delegation composed of Officials and Business Leaders. This will be a great opportunity for our Participants to learn more about the new business opportunities in Iraq.
On Feb. 19, 2011 in Brussels (Belgium), the Crans Montana-Institute is organizing an extraordinary Meeting placed under the authority of Mr. Jean-Louis Bruguière Judge specialized in the Fight against Terrorism (1976-2007) and EU Representative for the Fight against Financing Terrorism - TFTP (2008-2010) with the participation of a team of key World Experts from various Intelligence, Police and Justice Administrations to address the topic : The Tourism Industry and the Terror Threat - Assessment and Action Plan. Ask for more at firstname.lastname@example.org