The New KMFAP Ambassador Presents His Letters of Credence in the Republic of Guinea-Bissau
 
Besides the KMFAP Ambassador, on the same day and during similar ceremonies, the new ambassadors of Turkiye, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Qatar and Gambia presented their credentials to Guinea-Bissau.

Knights of Malta (KMFAP) Sends Condolences on Death of Former President of Angola
 
The former Angolan President played a significant role in Angola's history during its struggle for independence, and worked firmly to achieve peace and promote the reconstruction of the Angolan nation.
The KMFAP remains committed to strengthening its partnership with Angola...

Post-ceremony visits of the Grand Master of Knights of Malta (KMFAP) in Hungary
 
On the days after the official programs of the 45th Ceremony of Investiture of the Sovereign Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Knights of Malta (KMFAP), we organised visits for our foreign guests at the invitation of the members of the Hungarian Grand Priory.

45th Ceremony of Investiture of the Sovereign Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Knights of Malta (KMFAP) between 17-18 June 2022 in Chateau Belá, Slovakia
 
On sunny summer days, between 17-19 June 2022, the 45th solemn investiture of the Sovereign Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, Knights of Malta, Federation of the Autonomous Priories (KMFAP) was held in Slovakia, at the gorgeous Chateau Belá...

Celebrating the 100th Birthday of the Great Mozambican Poet, José Craveirinha
 
The KMFAP Bailiwick of Mozambique was invited by Casa Craveirinha to celebrate the 100th birthday of the greatest Mozambican poet, José Craveirinha (born in Maputo, 28 May 1922 – died in Johannesburg, 6 February 2003).

Donation of Protective Equipment to the Ukrainian Population by Slovenian Knights
 
These masks, destined to protect the civilian population of Ukraine in the eventuality of an attack involving chemical products or toxins, were sent in 20 containers of 40 ft. each.

KMFAP Humanitarian Activities in Slovak Republic in 2022
 
The humanitarian aid of Ing. Martin Sládek also covered the Slovak Children Hospital Kramáre (Decká Fakultná Nemocnica Kramáre), where he undertook the renovation of some premises, including the installation of new windows and doors, at a cost of € 6000.