Lorient already had Rudy Galway. From now on, it’s time to inaugurate the Rudy Lorient of the Irish city! Lorient Mayor Fabrice Lohr and his rival Colette Connolly, who visited Ireland on the sidelines of the city’s Breton Mini Festival, unveiled on Tuesday, May 10, which will soon be on display at Galway Walls. The proposal comes from the Galway-Lorient Twinning Committee. “We have something to share with our twin cities, two ports of coexistence, attractiveness and impact, especially the ecological and energy transformation with hydrogen! The close ties between Britain and Ireland, ancestral relations and Celtic culture are many other things that are shared and valued in our two regions, ”Fabrice Lohr responded.
The two cities have become twins since 1975, with the link reminiscent of a link in English and Gaelic. A delegation from Brussels, Celtic Circle, also traveled as part of the festival.
Last March, Colette Connolly arrived to visit the Lorient country to see local financial actors.
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