Princess Mary at WHO Regional Committee meeting in Lithuania

On September 14, 2015, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, as patron for WHO Europe, attended 65th session of the WHO (World Health Organization) Regional Committee Meeting in Vilnius, Lithuania. (The World Health Organization (WHO), is a specialized agency of the United Nations (UN) that is concerned with international public health. It was established on April 7, 1948 headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. Crown Princess Mary of Denmark became Patron of the WHO Regional Office for Europe in 2005.)
Health ministers and high-level representatives of the 53 Member States of the WHO European Region, partner organizations and civil society,  take part in the sixty-fifth session of the WHO Regional Committee for Europe, held in Vilnius, Lithuania
Health 2020: Promoting intersectoral and interagency action for health and well-being
The European Health Report 2015 Priorities for health system strengthening in the European Region 2015-2020
Roadmap of actions to strengthen the implementation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in Europe 2015-2025
The 65th annual session of the WHO Regional Committee for Europe, the WHO European Region's governing body,
Over 260 delegates, including ministers of health and other policy-makers, will attend the meeting as representatives of the 53 Member States of the Region.
The Regional Committee is expected to endorse a new strategy on physical activity, a roadmap on tobacco control and an action plan for tuberculosis.
The delegates will set priorities for health systems strengthening and devote 1 day to considering how to reach out to and work with other sectors to reduce the numbers of deaths and cases of disease in their countries
Confirmed speakers include Her Royal Highness The Crown Princess of Denmark, the WHO Director-General, the President of the Republic of Lithuania and the European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety
The Regional Committee will discuss engagement and collaboration with stakeholders from a diverse group of sectors, including agriculture, education, transport and the environment, on Tuesday, 15 September 2015,
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, as patron for WHO Europe, attended 65th session of the WHO (World Health Organization) Regional Committee Meeting
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, as patron for WHO Europe, attended 65th session of the WHO (World Health Organization) Regional Committee Meeting
Crown Princess Mary Style HUGO BOSS Handtasche Mila-F Crown Princess Mary Style GIANVITO ROSSI Pumps
                               HUGO BOSS Mila-F Bag                               GIANVITO ROSSI Pumps
Princess Mary Style Ganni Woollen Scarves Poncho
GANNI Woollen Scarves Poncho

11 comments:

  1. Beautiful & elegant Mary!!What a classy lady!

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    1. I agree, love her hair!

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  2. Jolie Mary, princesse pimpante et engagée avec sa fondation.

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  3. The perfect royal lady,elegant and hard working for her patronages and the promotion of charity.
    She will be a wonderful queen consort .

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  4. elle est superbe avec sa petite robe simple et belle coiffure ondulée

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  5. Its always great to see Crown Princess Mary. She's always classy, elegant, professional.
    Love her hair like this and her outfit.

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  6. Love her wrap and the wine colored shoes and bag! Lovely accents to a little black dress!

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  7. princess mary looks good and love her outfit

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  8. Why did she wear that ugly blanket?

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    1. It's called a poncho and it's a very stylish winter outfit.

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    2. Yeah, yeah, I know what it is. Doesn't seem very stylish to me..

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