Country report and updates: Monaco

Last revision: 15 May 2005
15 May 2005

As published in The Right to Conscientious Objection in Europe, Quaker Council for European Affairs, 2005.

Monaco has no armed forces.

The defence of Monaco is a responsibility of France. Internal security is provided by a national police force and the paramilitary Prince's Guard.[1]

Notes

[1] Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers: Child Soldiers Global Report 2004.

Last revision: 15 May 2005
15 May 2005

As published in The Right to Conscientious Objection in Europe, Quaker Council for European Affairs, 2005.

Monaco has no armed forces.

The defence of Monaco is a responsibility of France. Internal security is provided by a national police force and the paramilitary Prince's Guard.[1]

Notes

[1] Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers: Child Soldiers Global Report 2004.

Last revision: 15 May 2005
15 May 2005

As published in The Right to Conscientious Objection in Europe, Quaker Council for European Affairs, 2005.

Monaco has no armed forces.

The defence of Monaco is a responsibility of France. Internal security is provided by a national police force and the paramilitary Prince's Guard.[1]

Notes

[1] Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers: Child Soldiers Global Report 2004.

Last revision: 15 May 2005
15 May 2005

As published in The Right to Conscientious Objection in Europe, Quaker Council for European Affairs, 2005.

Monaco has no armed forces.

The defence of Monaco is a responsibility of France. Internal security is provided by a national police force and the paramilitary Prince's Guard.[1]

Notes

[1] Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers: Child Soldiers Global Report 2004.