Celtic dinner returns around the President of Brittany – Brittany Region

Celtic dinner returns around the President of Brittany - Brittany Region

More than 120 people flocked to the Celtic dinner in Paris on September 21st. Is it the joy of being reunited after nearly two years of eclipse, the pandemic obligations, or the desire to see what is in the stomach of Log Chesnais-Girard, the head of the Brittany region? A “Baby Le Drian”, Yannick Le Bordonek, President of Celtic Dinners, praised the “ability to resist stress” in a welcome word.

“In a divided society, our strong identity is a unique asset of the Bretons. Provided.

The wind blows with the force of the wind

This does not preclude strong stances such as the desire to attach the Lower-Atlantic to the British, and the determination of wind power projects, because “it would be wrong for young people to oppose them,” he declared, with Emma’s attention to both former president of Florch and Eltz, the former president of Florz, Florz, who was in charge of offshore winds in RWE, and in charge of offshore winds. Off the scallop shell is still a passion. The subject raises his head.

Former Minister Pierre Mehneri seemed to have warned all actors that “insult is the nitroglycerin of politics”. Facing the Storm and Finding Solutions Jean-Marc Roos, the owner of Brittany Ferries, succeeded in describing the support of the Brittany region and Normandy.

“Atro President, Me So Duty Hirio da Laver Dioc Ha da Ranvro Brech Trogarus,” Renee Roudout, Vice President of the Valley of the Saints, rejoiced, thanking the Breton Language Ring for its financial support. President of the Region.

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Opportunity to contact

Among the associations that Bordonek wanted to highlight each time in Yanick were the Mogoric Lighthouse (29) and Solidarity Passion de Bretain. Elected officials Morbihan Deputy Jimmy Pahun and Ille-et-Villain Senator Franോois Gottel heard their voices.

Not to mention lawyers, doctors, employers, consultants, journalists, or writers, a comedian, and a philosopher and financial adviser to the Irish Embassy, ​​Laura Doug. The contacts are made as in an electron accelerator. Because what is this Celtic dinner, a Bretton lobby? Well, a hyphen.

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