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PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2016 7:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ismaili Imamat acquires Henrique Mendonça Palace in Lisbon

The Palace Henrique Mendonça / Casa Ventura Terra, in Lisbon, will be sold by the State to the Aga Khan Foundation for 12 million euros, according to a resolution of the Council of Ministers published Monday in the Official Gazette.

Currently occupied by Nova School of Business and Economics, the Henry Mendonca Palace / Casa Ventura Terra, in Lisbon, will be sold by the State to the Aga Khan Foundation for 12 million euros. The Ismailis are committed to invest another six million euros in the rehabilitation and adaptation of the building and employ Portuguese architects for these jobs.

According to the resolution of the Council of Ministers, published in the Official Gazette in paragraphs 18 to 28, the fitting sale, closed two weeks ago, will now be the headquarters of the Aga Khan Foundation in Portugal – and the world’s first seat of this branch of Shiite Islam.

Translated from Portuguese via Google Translate – May 9, 2016

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PostPosted: Wed May 11, 2016 4:21 am    Post subject: Portugal visit of The Aga Khan on 11 - 13 May 2016 Reply with quote

http://expresso.sapo.pt/economia/2016-05-11-Principe-Aga-Khan-de-visita-a-Portugal

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Príncipe Aga Khan de visita a Portugal

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Príncipe Aga Khan, líder da comunidade ismaili, vai encontrar-se com Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa e António Costa. A capital portuguesa vai ser a casa da Fundação Aga Khan, que comprou um palecete de €12 milhões na Rua Marques de Fronteira
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O príncipe Aga Khan, líder da comunidade ismaili, inicia esta quarta-feira uma visita a Lisboa, onde se vai encontrar com o Presidente da República, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, o primeiro-ministro, António Costa, com o ministro dos Negócios Estrangeiros.

O líder da comunidade ismaili encontra-se hoje à tarde com o ministro dos Negócios Estrangeiros, Augusto Santos Silva, no Palácio das Necessidades, em Lisboa, e a partir das 20h vai estar presente no jantar oferecido pelo Presidente da República, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, na Cidadela de Cascais.

Na quinta-feira, Aga Khan reúne-se, de manhã, com o ex-Presidente da República Cavaco Silva e, após uma visita à Assembleia da República, encontra-se com o primeiro-ministro, António Costa, no Palácio de São Bento.

Na passada segunda-feira, uma resolução do Conselho de Ministros publicada em Diário da República indicava que o Palácio Henrique Mendonça/Casa Ventura Terra, em Lisboa, vai ser vendido pelo Estado à Fundação Aga Khan por 12 milhões de euros.

O edifício, situado na Rua Marquês de Fronteira e onde está instalada parte da Faculdade de Economia da Universidade de Lisboa, vai ser a sede da Fundação Aga Khan em Portugal.

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Prince Aga Khan's visit to Portugal

05.11.2016 at 9:36 a.m.


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Prince Aga Khan, leader of the Ismaili community, will meet Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa and Antonio Costa. The Portuguese capital will be the home of the Aga Khan Foundation, which bought a palecete of € 12 million in Marques Border Street


Prince Aga Khan, leader of the Ismaili community, starts this Wednesday a visit to Lisbon, where he will meet with the President, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, the prime minister, António Costa, with the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

The leader of the Ismaili community is today in the afternoon with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Augusto Santos Silva, the Palace of Needs in Lisbon and from 20h will be attending the dinner hosted by the President, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa in Cidadela de Cascais.

On Thursday, Aga Khan meets in the morning, with the former President of Cavaco Republic Silva and, after a visit to the National Assembly, meets with the Prime Minister, António Costa, the São Bento Palace .

Last Monday, a resolution of the Council of Ministers published in the Official Gazette indicated that the Palace Henrique Mendonça / Casa Ventura Terra, in Lisbon, will be sold by the State to the Aga Khan Foundation for 12 million euros.

The building, located on the border of Marquis Street and where it is located part of the Faculty of Economics, University of Lisbon will host the Aga Khan Foundation in Portugal.


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Posted by portugalpress on May 10, 2016

Historic Lisbon palace set to become Aga Khan’s official residence?



The ins and outs of the deal that sees a Lisbon palace of “exceptional public interest” sold for €12 million to the Shia Muslim order of the Ismaili Imamat appears shrouded in uncertainty in Portuguese media.

Diário de Notícias claims it cannot establish why the building - last year valued at between €13-€14 million - has been effectively sold for a million euros less, nor why the Universidade Nova has decided to get rid of it.

The paper also queries what the order led by the Aga Khan - otherwise known as British business magnate, racehorse owner and breeder Prince Shah Karim Al Husseini - to buy it.

What does seem certain is that another €6 million will be ploughed into the stunning property to rehabilitate it - and that the job will be given to a Portuguese firm of architects.

Which firm, again “is not yet known, nor is it likely to be revealed”, says DN - neither is it clear what will happen to the cultural treasures currently housed within it.

But what does seem likely is that Casa Ventura Terra is to become the Aga Khan’s official residence.

Less than a year ago, the former government signed an agreement with the famous Imam to establish the global headquarters of his order in Portugal (click here).

At the time, Portuguese media made much of the fact that competition for the deal had been tough, with Canada also vying for the chance of housing an institution that spends hundreds of millions every year on humanitarian initiatives.

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His highness will meet with the President, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, the prime minister, António Costa, and with Augusto Santos Silva, the Minister of Foreign Affairs. He will be attending a dinner hosted on his behalf by the President, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa in Cidadela de Cascais.

Last Monday, a resolution of the Council of Ministers published in the Official Gazette indicated that the Palace Henrique Mendonça / Casa Ventura Terra, in Lisbon, will be sold

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PostPosted: Wed May 11, 2016 5:34 pm    Post subject: Aga Khan in Portugal 11 May 2016 Reply with quote

President of Portugal Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa welcomes His Highness The Aga Khan during a dinner he hosted in His Highness’ honour on 11th May 2016



Senior Protocol Officer António Barroso welcomes Hazar Imam to Portugal on behalf of the government. #AgaKhan


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Mawlana Hazar Imam in Portugal for first official visit after establishment of the Seat of the Ismaili Imamat

TheIsmaili.org

12 May 2016

https://www.theismaili.org/news-events/mawlana-hazar-imam-portugal-first-official-visit-after-establishment-seat-imamat

Lisbon, 12 May 2016 — Mawlana Hazar Imam is in Portugal for his first official visit since a landmark agreement establishing the global Seat of the Ismaili Imamat in Portugal came into effect.

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» AKDN: Aga Khan arrives in Portugal for first official visit after establishment of the Seat of the Ismaili Imamat

Yesterday, Mawlana Hazar Imam met with Foreign Affairs Minister Augusto Santos Silva before meeting with the President of the Portuguese Republic, His Excellency Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, who hosted a private dinner in Hazar Imam’s honour.

Welcoming Mawlana Hazar Imam to the dinner, President de Sousa spoke of the relationship between Portugal and the Ismaili Imamat.

“What really brings us together is a joint commitment to defend and apply the principles and values that honour the ethical importance of human life, pluralism of societies and respect for the dignity of human beings,” said the President.

“The values of your civil society are the same values that we defend,” responded Hazar Imam. “We have therefore great commonality in the work we do, not only here in Europe, but in Africa, Asia, and elsewhere.”

Today, Mawlana Hazar Imam is expected to meet with Prime Minister António Costa and the President of Parliament, Eduardo Ferro Rodrigues.

On 3 June 2015, the Ismaili Imamat and the Portuguese Republic entered into an agreement establishing Portugal as the global Seat of the Ismaili Imamat. It was subsequently adopted by the Assembly of the Portuguese Republic and ratified by the President of the Republic, coming into effect in November 2015.

Building on a long relationship and a series of earlier accords dating back to the first Protocol of Cooperation signed in 2005, the agreement upholds the promotion of quality of life and the preservation of human dignity, while promoting economic and social development, interfaith dialogue, and the peaceful resolution of conflict as ways of achieving justice and peace.

At the dinner, Mawlana Hazar Imam introduced the first five Senior Officials of the Imamat, to Portugal’s President: Dr Shafik Sachedina, Head of Community Affairs; Jane Piacentini-Moore, Head of the Department for International Financial Affairs; Ambassador Arif Lalani, Head of the Department of Diplomatic Affairs; Nazim Ahmad, Head of the Department of Portugal and other Lusophone Countries and Maitre Laurent Chambaz, Head of the Department for International Legal Affairs.

Once its restoration is complete, the Henrique de Mendonça Palace will house the Seat of the Ismaili Imamat.
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AS RECEIVED

Yesterday, the Aga Khan – Imam (leader) of the Shia Ismaili Muslims and founder and Chairman of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) – met with Foreign Affairs Minister Augusto Santos Silva before meeting with the President of the Portuguese Republic, His Excellency Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, who also hosted a private dinner in his honour.



Welcoming His Highness to the dinner, President de Sousa spoke of the relationship between Portugal and the Ismaili Imamat.



“What really brings us together is a joint commitment to defend and apply the principles and values that honour the ethical importance of human life, pluralism of societies and respect for the dignity of human beings,” said the President.



“The values of your civil society are the same values that we defend,” responded His Highness. “We have therefore great commonality in the work we do, not only here in Europe, but in Africa, Asia, and elsewhere.”



Today, the Aga Khan is expected to meet with the Portugues Prime Minister, His Excellency António Costa and the President of Parliament, His Excellency Eduardo Ferro Rodrigues, who will host a private lunch in his honour.
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PostPosted: Thu May 12, 2016 12:29 pm    Post subject: Portuguese Republic and Ismaili Imamat sign Research MOU Reply with quote

http://www.akdn.org/press-release/portuguese-republic-and-ismaili-imamat-sign-research-cooperation-agreement

Portuguese Republic and Ismaili Imamat sign Research Cooperation Agreement


Lisbon, Portugal, 12 May 2016 - The Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education of the Portuguese Republic and the Ismaili Imamat today signed an Agreement of Cooperation to strengthen research capacity and to improve the quality of life in Portugal and in Portuguese-speaking countries, particularly in Africa. This endeavour will be supported by the Ismaili Imamat with a 10 million euro grant over 10 years.

The agreement emphasises research in the areas of poverty alleviation, food security and biodiversity, early childhood development, sustainable energy systems and urban development, resettlement of migrants, civil society and pluralism. It will also build research capacity to support the forthcoming establishment in Lisbon of the International Centre for Advanced Training of Researchers from Portuguese speaking Countries.

The Agreement, which was signed by His Excellency Professor Manuel Heitor, Portugal’s Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education, and Nazim Ahmad, Representative of the Ismaili Imamat to the Portuguese Republic, exemplifies the deepening of diplomatic relations between the Portuguese Republic and the Ismaili Imamat, following the establishment of the global Seat of the Ismaili Imamat in Portugal in June last year.

“The Agreement establishes a joint initiative aimed at fostering academic, scientific and technological cooperation with countries and regions in development, based on the experience of the Aga Khan Development Network in the improvement of the quality of life in Africa and in the world,” said Nazim Ahmad.

Professor Heitor described the agreement as a significant step in improving the quality of life in those parts of the world that have lacked access to scientific knowledge. "I believe this is a step forward in building the future and building certainly conditions for the improvement of life in parts of the world that have not been able to derive the opportunities to understand science and all the new opportunities that knowledge can drive us," he noted.

His Highness the Aga Khan is on a two-day official visit to Lisbon. Yesterday (Wednesday) he attended a dinner hosted in his honour by the President of the Republic His Excellency Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, and met with the Foreign Minister His Excellency Mr Augusto Santos Silva. Earlier today, the Aga Khan met with President of the Parliament His Excellency Mr Eduardo Ferro Rodrigues and parliamentary representatives, and attended a lunch hosted in his honour.

This is the first official visit of His Highness the Aga Khan to Portugal following the entry into force of the Agreement between the Portuguese Republic and the Ismaili Imamat for the establishment of the Seat of the Ismaili Imamat in Portugal in November 2015. The landmark agreement builds upon a series of earlier accords dating back to the first Protocol of Cooperation signed in 2005, and a longstanding relationship with the country that spans several decades.
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2016-05-12 Portugal

His Excellency Professor Manuel Heitor, Portugal’s Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education, and Nazim Ahmad, Representative of the Ismaili Imamat to the Portuguese Republic shake hands after signing a Research Cooperation Agreement. His Highness the Aga Khan and Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Mrs. Teresa Ribeiro look on.
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http://observador.pt/2016/05/12/portugal-comunidade-ismaelita-apoiam-investigacao-africa-lusofona/

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Portugal e a comunidade muçulmana Ismaelita, através da Rede Agan Khan, vão financiar anualmente dois a cinco projetos científicos, para a África lusófona.


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Portugal e a comunidade muçulmana Ismaelita, através da Rede Agan Khan, vão financiar anualmente dois a cinco projetos científicos, para a África lusófona, no valor de 100 mil euros a dois milhões, informou hoje o ministro da tutela.

O ministro da Ciência, Tecnologia e do Ensino Superior, Manuel Heitor, adiantou, em declarações à Lusa, que cada uma das partes apoiará, por ano, a partir de 2016, e durante dez anos, com um milhão de euros, projetos científicos para a África lusófona.

Os projetos serão selecionados em concursos, a lançar, em Portugal, pela Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia, entidade pública, na dependência do Governo, que subsidia a investigação.

O primeiro concurso será aberto “antes do verão”, disse Manuel Heitor, após a assinatura, em Lisboa, do protocolo de cooperação científica e tecnológica entre o governo português, representado pelo ministro, e a Comunidade Ismaelita, através do representante em Portugal da Rede Agan Khan para o Desenvolvimento, Nazim Ahmad.

Os projetos de investigação vão incidir em temas ligados à qualidade de vida em sociedades em desenvolvimento, incluindo segurança alimentar, biodiversidade, desenvolvimento infantil, sistemas sustentáveis de energia e desenvolvimento urbano, redução da pobreza, reinstalação de migrantes, sociedade civil e pluralismo.

Manuel Heitor adiantou que os projetos serão desenvolvidos por cientistas portugueses, dos Países Africanos de Língua Oficial Portuguesa (PALOP) e da rede de universidades Agan Khan.

O ministro da Ciência, Tecnologia e do Ensino Superior espera que o protocolo hoje assinado possa ser “uma alavanca” para, em parceria com “fundações com presença em África”, dinamizar o programa Ciência Global, criado em 2009, para proporcionar maior capacidade científica aos PALOP.

Na assinatura do protocolo, que decorreu no Ministério dos Negócios Estrangeiros, esteve o príncipe Aga Khan, líder espiritual da Comunidade Ismaelita. A cooperação entre o Estado português e a Comunidade Ismaelita enquadra-se no acordo assinado por ambos, em junho de 2015. Ao abrigo do acordo, a sede mundial da Comunidade Ismaelita será em Portugal. Esta comunidade muçulmana é oriunda de um ramo do Islão xiita.
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http://www.la-croix.com/Urbi-et-Orbi/Monde/Le-futur-siege-mondial-des-Ismaeliens-a-Lisbonne-2016-05-12-1200759612


Le futur siège mondial des Ismaéliens à Lisbonne

Claire Lesegretain (avec AFP), le 12/05/2016 à 16h58

L’Aga Khan, chef spirituel des musulmans ismaéliens, devait rencontrer le président puis le premier ministre portugais à Lisbonne, après un accord signé en 2015 avec l’État portugais pour l’installation du siège de la communauté ismaélite.

En mars dernier, le conseil des ministres portugais a autorisé la vente du palais Henrique de Mendonça à Lisbonne pour 12 millions d’euros au prince Karim Aga Khan IV, chef spirituel des musulmans ismaéliens. Celui-ci prévoit en effet d’installer le siège mondial des Ismaéliens dans ce vaste hôtel particulier avec pelouses et palmiers, longeant l’avenue Marquès-de-Frontera. Et ce, à la suite de l’accord signé à ce propos en juin 2015 avec l’État portugais.

Depuis 1840, le siège des musulmans ismaéliens est à Mumbai (anciennement Bombay) en Inde. Selon la presse portugaise, le Canada était aussi sur les rangs pour accueillir le siège mondial de la communauté, qui bénéficiera au Portugal de larges avantages fiscaux et de privilèges diplomatiques, accordés en échange d’investissement dans les domaines de la recherche scientifique et du développement. En juin 2015, le prince Aga Khan avait en effet promis que sa fondation investirait pendant cinq ans au Portugal dans la santé et la protection sociale.
10000 ismaéliens au Portugal

Les Ismaéliens, nés d’une fraction au sein du chiisme, compte 15 millions de fidèles répartis dans 25 pays sur les cinq continents, dont 10 000 au Portugal. L’Aga Khan (titre d’origine turque « âghâ » et mongole « khân ») actuel, âgé de 79 ans, est le 49e imam héréditaire des Ismaéliens.

Très implantés en Inde, en Iran, en Asie centrale et en Jordanie, ils le sont aussi en Europe et en Amérique du Nord, d’où le richissime Agha Khan coordonne l’énorme réseau Development Network, qui œuvre principalement en Asie et en Afrique, et dont les programmes relèvent, selon le site akdn.org, d’une « initiative contemporaine de l’imamat ismaélien visant à concrétiser, à travers l’activité institutionnelle, la vision éthique de la société inspirée par le message de l’islam ».

À Lisbonne pour quelques jours, l’Agha Khan devait rencontrer mercredi 11 mai au soir, pour un dîner, le président portugais Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, et jeudi 12 mai, le premier ministre portugais Antonio Costa, ainsi que l’ex-président Anibal Cavaco Silva.
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http://www.dn.pt/sociedade/interior/principe-aga-khan-inicia-hoje-uma-visita-a-portugal-5168355.html

O príncipe Aga Khan (esq.) com o Presidente da República, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, em Belém

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Uma resolução do Conselho de Ministros publicada em Diário da República indica que o Palácio Henrique Mendonça, em Lisboa, vai ser vendido à Fundação Aga Khan

O príncipe Aga Khan, líder da comunidade ismaili, inicia hoje uma visita a Lisboa, onde se vai encontrar com o Presidente da República, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, o primeiro-ministro, António Costa e o ministro dos Negócios Estrangeiros.

O líder da comunidade ismaili encontra-se hoje à tarde com o ministro dos Negócios Estrangeiros, Augusto Santos Silva, no Palácio das Necessidades, em Lisboa, e a partir das 20.00 vai estar presente no jantar oferecido pelo Presidente da República, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, na Cidadela de Cascais.

Na quinta-feira, Aga Khan reúne-se de manhã com o ex-Presidente da República Cavaco Silva e, após uma visita à Assembleia da República, encontra-se com o primeiro-ministro António Costa no Palácio de São Bento.
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Ismaili Imamat and Portugal agree to boost research into enhancing quality of life

TheIsmaili.org

12 May 2016

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https://www.theismaili.org/news-events/imamat-and-portugal-agree-boost-research-enhancing-quality-life


Lisbon, 12 May 2016 — The Portuguese Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education and the Ismaili Imamat signed an agreement today that will strengthen research capacity and improve quality of life in Portugal and in Portuguese-speaking countries. The Ismaili Imamat is supporting the agreement with a €10 million grant over 10 years.

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» Mawlana Hazar Imam in Portugal for first official visit after establishment of the Seat of the Ismaili Imamat
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http://observador.pt/2016/05/12/portugal-comunidade-ismaelita-apoiam-investigacao-africa-lusofona/

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Portugal e Comunidade Ismaelita apoiam investigação para África lusófona
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Portugal e a comunidade muçulmana Ismaelita, através da Rede Agan Khan, vão financiar anualmente dois a cinco projetos científicos, para a África lusófona.

Portugal e a comunidade muçulmana Ismaelita, através da Rede Agan Khan, vão financiar anualmente dois a cinco projetos científicos, para a África lusófona, no valor de 100 mil euros a dois milhões, informou hoje o ministro da tutela.



Google translation:

Portugal and the Ismaili Muslim community , through Aga Khan Network , will fund each year two to five scientific projects , for Lusophone Africa.

Portugal and the Ismaili Muslim community , through Agan Khan Network , will fund each year two to five scientific projects , for Lusophone Africa, worth 100 thousand euros to two million , informed the Minister

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O príncipe Aga Khan (esq.) com o Presidente da República, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, em Belém

| Miguel Figueiredo Lopes/Presidência da República
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Uma resolução do Conselho de Ministros publicada em Diário da República indica que o Palácio Henrique Mendonça, em Lisboa, vai ser vendido à Fundação Aga Khan


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Prince Aga Khan ( esq. ) With the President , Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa , in Bethlehem

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A resolution of the Council of Ministers published in the Official Gazette indicates that Henrique Mendonça Palace in Lisbon, will be sold to the Aga Khan Foundation


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Le futur siège mondial des Ismaéliens à Lisbonne

Claire Lesegretain (avec AFP), le 12/05/2016 à 16h58

L’Aga Khan, chef spirituel des musulmans ismaéliens, devait rencontrer le président puis le premier ministre portugais à Lisbonne, après un accord signé en 2015 avec l’État portugais pour l’installation du siège de la communauté ismaélite.

En mars dernier, le conseil des ministres portugais a autorisé la vente du palais Henrique de Mendonça à Lisbonne pour 12 millions d’euros au prince Karim Aga Khan IV, chef spirituel des musulmans ismaéliens. Celui-ci prévoit en effet d’installer le siège mondial des Ismaéliens dans ce vaste hôtel particulier avec pelouses et palmiers, longeant l’avenue Marquès-de-Frontera. Et ce, à la suite de l’accord signé à ce propos en juin 2015 avec l’État portugais.


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The future world headquarters of Ismailis in Lisbon

Claire Lesegretain (with AFP) on 05/12/2016 at 16h58

The Aga Khan , spiritual leader of the Ismaili Muslims , was to meet the President and the Prime Minister of Portugal in Lisbon, following an agreement signed in 2015 with the Portuguese State for the installation of the seat of the Ismaili community.

Last March , the Council of Portuguese Ministers authorized the sale of Henrique de Mendonça palace in Lisbon for 12 million euros in Prince Karim Aga Khan IV , the spiritual leader of the Ismaili Muslims . This provides for installing the global headquarters of the Ismailis in this vast mansion with lawns and palm trees along the avenue Marques de Frontera. And , following the agreement signed in this regard in
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Aga Khan investe 10 milhões em projectos científicos em Portugal
Acordo é assinado hoje com o Governo português e o dinheiro destina-se a projectos nas áreas de qualidade de vida, sociedade civil e acolhimento de migrantes.

12 Maio 2016 • Negócios
Por Tiago Freire - Jornal de Negócios

O Aga Khan, líder da comunidade ismaelita que está em visita oficial em Portugal, assina esta tarde um acordo de cooperação com o Ministério da Ciência, Tecnologia e Educação Superior, no valor de 10 milhões de euros.
O montante, a investir ao longo dos próximos 10 anos, será canalizado para projectos de investigação conjunta com a Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia, incidindo sobre áreas relacionadas com a qualidade de vida, incluindo, entre outros, a segurança alimentar, a biodiversidade, o desenvolvimento na infância, o habitat, sistemas de energias renováveis, acolhimento de migrantes, a sociedade civil e o pluralismo.

Este é o último de vários protocolos de cooperação entre Portugal e o Imamat Ismaili, que teve como ponto alto a escolha do país para a sede mundial da Comunidade Ismaelita. Já esta semana foi conhecida a compra à Universidade Nova de Lisboa do Palácio Henrique de Mendonça, em Lisboa, por 12 milhões de euros, exactamente para acolher essa sede.
O Aga Khan esteve ontem com o Ministro Augusto Santos Silva e jantou com Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa (na foto), na Cidadela de Cascais. O programa de hoje inclui uma visita à Assembleia da República e uma reunião com António Costa. O dia começou com um encontro com Cavaco Silva, que teve um papel fundamental na aproximação de Portugal à Comunidade Ismaelita.

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Aga Khan invests 10 million in scientific projects in Portugal
Agreement is signed today with the Portuguese government and the money is intended for projects in the areas of quality of life, civil society and reception of migrants.

May 12, 2016 • Business
Tiago Freire - Business Journal

The Aga Khan, leader of the Ismaili community who is on an official visit in Portugal, signed this afternoon a cooperation agreement with the Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education in the amount of 10 million euros.

The amount to invest over the next 10 years, will be channeled to joint research projects with the Foundation for Science and Technology, focusing on areas related to quality of life, including, among others, food security, biodiversity, development in childhood, habitat, renewable energy systems, reception of migrants, civil society and pluralism.

This is the latest of several cooperation agreements between Portugal and the Ismaili Imamat, which was to highlight the choice of the country to the world headquarters of the Ismaili community. Already this week has been known to purchase the New University of Lisbon's Henrique de Mendonça Palace in Lisbon for 12 million euros, just to host this office.

The Aga Khan was yesterday with the Minister Augusto Santos Silva and had dinner with Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa (pictured), the Citadel of Cascais. Today's program includes a visit to the Parliament and a meeting with Antonio Costa. The day began with a meeting with Cavaco Silva, who played a key role in bringing Portugal to the Community Ismaili.
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