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Minister of State Serge Telle has announced a partnership agreement between the Principality of Monaco and AS Monaco during a press breakfast attended by Vadim Vasilyev, Deputy CEO of the football club.
With five million followers on social networks, under its new slogan “Unique Forever!”, AS Monaco is a strong communication medium and an ambassador for Monaco’s message, Mr Telle said.
The partnership aims to strengthen ties between the club and the Principality. A central feature of the agreement is that the state will make a contribution of €1.5 million for the 2016/2017 season to support the team’s communication and public relations campaigns.
Thierry Neuville has snatched victory from Toyota’s defending champ Sebastien Ogier in the 2020 World Rally Championship season-opening Monte-Carlo Rally which ended Sunday.
New head coach Robert Moreno is under pressure after Saturday’s 1-3 loss and has conceded that his team needs to “work hard to learn about defence in particular”.
He is undoubtedly Monaco’s man of the moment, and now fans of Charles Leclerc will be given their very own grandstands for both the Monaco and France Formula One Grand Prix.
AS Monaco has stealthily made their way into the knockout stages of the Coupe de France after their decisive 3-1 win against Saint Pryvé-Saint Hilaire in Orleans on Monday night.
The Embassy of Monaco in Italy participated in a conference organised in Rome by the UN Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) in partnership with the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) and the Italian Ministry of Sport.
All speakers brandished a white card in support of the Peace and Sport #WhiteCard 2017 viral operation to celebrate International Sports Day for Development and Peace and Italy's commitment to Implementation of the UN’s Development Programme to 2030.
The day before, it was at the CONI headquarters, and in the presence of its President, Giovanni Malagò, that sport and peace were honoured with the support of renowned sportsmen.