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Canada Emmanuel Macron and Sport: The President prepares the ground for Presidential

11:15  14 october  2021
11:15  14 october  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

Emmanuel Macron announces that France returns 26 works of art looted in Benin at the end of October

 Emmanuel Macron announces that France returns 26 works of art looted in Benin at the end of October © Sarah Meyssonnier / Reuters Emmanuel Macron, at the Africa-France summit in Montpellier on October 8th. At the Africa-France summit, Emmanuel Macron announced that France returns at the end of October to Benin 26 works of art looted at Abomey Palace in the 19th century. France returns at the end of October to the Benin 26 works of art looted at the Palace of Abomey in the nineteenth century, as it had engaged in 2018, announced Friday the French president Emmanuel Macron .

Le chef de l'État jouera un match de football cet après-midi à Poissy, dans les Yvelines, au profit de la Fondation des Hôpitaux de Paris-Hôpitaux de France. Mais avant de se mettre en tenue de sport, Emmanuel Macron annoncera de nouvelles aides pour les équipements sportifs. Une occasion d'occuper un terrain délaissé par les candidats à la présidentielle. © AFP The head of state will play a football match this afternoon in Poissy, in the Yvelines, for the benefit of the Foundation of the Foundation Paris-hospital hospitals of France. But before getting into sport, Emmanuel Macron will announce new aids for sports equipment. An opportunity to occupy a ground neglected by presidential candidates.

He decided to wet the jersey and take an interest in a ground neglected by his political opponents: the sport. The head of state will play a football game in the day for the benefit of the Paris-Hospital Hospitals Foundation of France, which presides over his wife, Brigitte Macron. But before putting on his crampons, Emmanuel Macron will make three stops in several communes of Seine-Saint-Denis around the Olympic Games of 2024. An opportunity for him to present his plan for the sport: 200 million euros In order to create five sports equipment.

Emmanuel Macron, his tribute letter to Bernard Tapie

 Emmanuel Macron, his tribute letter to Bernard Tapie in a letter published Monday by the newspaper "La Provence", Emmanuel Macron pays tribute to Bernard Tapie. © Ludovic Marin / Pool / AFP This is a letter dated October 3, 2021, addressed to "the man of Marseille" and signed by the President of the Republic. Emmanuel Macron took the pen to pay tribute to Bernard Tapie , died at the age of 78, with a mail published on Monday in the newspaper " Provence ". "The face of victory went away, begins the head of state.

Investing Sport

Tennis, Football or Boxing, Emmanuel Macron is a passionate president of sport and lovers of Olympique de Marseille. His entourage recalls envy that this summer, in Brégançon, he got back to work and that today he is in great shape to approach the next campaign. Because, for the head of state, sport rhymes with competition. A philosophy that he wants to apply to France: to make the country a great sports nation with the holding of the Olympic Games 2024.

An ambition which is not devoid of interest for Emmanuel Macron, especially at the diplomatic scale. Last week, he announced an investment of 4 million euros for sport in Africa. The President of the Republic wants to make sport accessible to all. Why ? Because he sees a vector of growth development at the highest level. A way to write a certain national novel. At six months of the presidential election , no candidate has yet preeked this subject. Emmanuel Macron expects today today rushes into the breach.

Macron wants face-to-face meeting with Trudeau to talk security, China, climate .
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