Princess Victoria and Queen Rania attend 2016 Global Goals Awards Dinner

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Queen Rania of Jordan attended 2016 Global Goals Awards Dinner at Gustavino's on September 20, 2016 in New York City.
Crown Princess Victoria and Queen Rania attended 2016 Global Goals Awards Dinner at Gustavino's
Crown Princess Victoria and Queen Rania attended 2016 Global Goals Awards Dinner at Gustavino's
Crown Princess Victoria and Queen Rania attended 2016 Global Goals Awards Dinner at Gustavino's
Crown Princess Victoria and Queen Rania attended 2016 Global Goals Awards Dinner at Gustavino's
Crown Princess Victoria wore Baum Und Pfergarten Sashenka Floral Midi Skirt
BAUM UND PFERDGARTEN Sashenka Floral Midi Skirt
Crown Princess Victoria wore MARCHESA Sarah SandalsCrown Princess Victoria Lara Bohinc Saturn Earrings
                            MARCHESA Sarah Sandals                      LARA BOHINC Saturn Earrings

13 comments:

  1. Crown Princess Victoria looks great! She doesn't get enough credit for her untraditional-jewelery-wearing prowess.

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  2. The political reality is that these Gulf countries have small native populations and they fear that if large numbers of refugees come in and permanently settle in their countries,eventually they will
    achieve political power (due to their large numbers) and threaten the current political/ruling population status quo. They are giving money, but granted, they could give a lot more and SHOULD do a lot more than they do given their resources. And Jordan is doing A LOT. They have taken in HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of refugees -- more than 700,000, more than they can reasonably handle. It's a tremendous strain and great burden on governmental resources. After all, Jordan is a small country. So don't be so quick to criticize Rania. She doesn't deserve your harsh words.

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    1. This is not the place to talk politics, but please read up. The fact is that Saudi have taken in several millions of syrians. They just don't call them refugees, but guest workers. They give them a visa, health care and allowe them to go to school or work straight away. They don't want them to live in camps. Saudi had a year ago also given 700 million dollars to help the refugees in the neighbour country's. So please use fact. When it comes to Rainia just because she is a royal she can use her position for good in this case. There are 1.4 million Syrian refugees in Jordan and 85% of them don't live in a camp. So again use fact! The country's who should be a shamed and do more is Europe, the states and some gulf states. And the fact is that Amnesty told this august that 12 million Syrian are on the run and 5 millions refugees live in the neighbour country's. Libanon, Jordan, Turkey and Egypt have taken in 95% of these. The rest 7.6 millions refugees are on the run in Syria. So again sometimes it helpes to check facts and pay attention to what they say on the news 😉

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    2. 95% of the total number of those who fled the country as a result of the conflict, are in just five states: Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt. Lebanon bears the brunt of the load – it took on over 2 million refugees who now constitute more than 40% of the country’s population(1.1 million of them are registeted with UNHCR). On the other hand, says a report by Amnesty International , “the six Gulf countries – Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Bahrain – have offered zero resettlement places to Syrian

      Saudi Arabia has offered no evidence to support its claims that it has ‘welcomed’ so many Syrians, and it appears that figure consist mostly of Syrians who have passed through Saudi Arabia, however briefly. Counting the number of Syrians that have entered and exited from Saudi Arabia does not amount to taking in refugees from Syria,” said Peter Bouckaert, the Emergency Director at Human Rights Watch.

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  3. RTN Ridiculous, unfair attack on Queen Rania. How can this type of comment be published on this blog? What is the meaning of A$$?

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    1. A$$ = ass

      Really not a place for this kind of dialogue . I agree Anna

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    2. Agree this person don't know what he/she is talking about and A$$ means ass.

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    3. Thanks Diane and Louise. I thought it was ass, but could not believe that such a word will appear on this blog describing somebody

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  4. Yes, I know, I'm working in Dubai.

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  5. Back to fashion. I love Victoria's skirt, but the top is ill fitting.

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  6. Thanks to the Admin for removing that vile rant.

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