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Location: Southern Europe, islands in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Sicily (Italy)
Capital: Valletta
Population: 407,000
Independence Day: 21 September 1964 (from UK)
Date Joined: 1964
Currency: Maltese lira (MTL)
Total Area: 316 sq km
Languages: Maltese (official), English (official)
Head of the Government: Prime Minister Robert Abela(since 13 January 2020)
Web site: http://www.gov.mt/
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Childcare centres and Skolasajf to open soon, Prime Minister Abela says

Childcare centres and SkolaSajf will open soon, Prime Minister Robert Abela said on Sunday morning. Speaking during a One TV interview, Abela said the Maltese and Gozitan people are committed to adapting to this new normality by following protocols. Abela said that he is optimistic, despite the ongoing situation, which has never been experienced before. "The government was objective but constantly positive during this time," he said.

News Source:independent.com.mt
News Type:News Published date: 25-May-2020

Malta ranked No.1 destination on European Rainbow Index

For the third year running Malta has again been ranked as the number one travel destination on the European Rainbow Index.

News Source:c-mw.ne
News Type:News Published date: 22-May-2018

Bees in Malta 'under serious threat'

Beekeepers expressed their hope for support in safeguarding Malta’s unique pollinator species as the country marked the first global World Bee Day yesterday.

News Source:timesofmalta
News Type:News Published date: 22-May-2018

Prime Minister: Respect institutions always, even when you don't agree with them

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has said that the police and the country’s institutions have to be respected, even at times when people

News Source:maltatoday
News Type:News Published date: 22-May-2018

€55 million road project in central Malta planned to be finished by 2020

A €55 million project to upgrade the infrastructure in the centre of Malta between Mriehel Bypass and Saqqajja Hill,

News Source:independent
News Type:News Published date: 22-May-2018


HM The Queen's CHOGM 2015 Opening Ceremony message


"Prime Minister Muscat, Secretary-General, Ladies and Gentlemen."


This is the second time in a decade that the flags of the Commonwealth have flown over Malta for the Heads of Government meeting. It gives me great pleasure to salute the Maltese Government and people for the resolute support which they have given to the Commonwealth and to this gathering 

Malta is, by the modern definition, one of the Commonwealth's Small States, a group which constitutes more than half of its membership. These sovereign countries have an equal voice in the councils of the Commonwealth, and none more so than Malta. With its long history of resilience and courage in the face of adversity, Malta is a reminder that a nation's size is no measure of the moral strength of its people or its willingness to play a full part in the global agenda.


Prime Minister of Malta Joseph Muscat addresses the CHOGM 2015, at the Opening Ceremony


"Your Majesty, Royal Highnesses, Excellencies, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen,


Merhba. Welcome to Sunny Malta.


Malta prides itself with having 300 days of sunshine every year. Unfortunately we picked one of the remaining 65 for the opening of the Commonwealth Summit.


One of the few things one cannot choose in life is one’s parents. Not only we cannot choose them, but we are their product, and most of the times, their choice. Parents are like the history of generations past. We have no say about the choices that have been made before our time, but we are their result.


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