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Queen Máxima continues her work with inclusive finance in Africa

1 month ago   |   By Royal Central

Queen Máxima of the Netherlands held a meeting with the President of South Africa on Tuesday as part of her continuing commitment with the United Nations and inclusive financing on the African continent.
Queen Máxima's conversation with President Cyril Ramaphosa stemmed from her role as the United Nations Secretary-General's Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development , a position she's held for over a decade.
In their discussion, a continuation of last year's G7 Partnership for Women's Digital Financial Inclusion in Africa virtual event, the Queen and the President discussed...
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