He President Luis Lacalle Pou will meet at Paris with his pair of France, Emmanuel Macron, to hold a bilateral meeting and talk about the relationship between the two countries, probably with a chapter for the lengthy agreement between the mercosur and the European Union (EU), about which the European has reservations due to agro-industrial production and environmental protection issues.
It will be a new meeting between the leaders, after the one they held during the summit Celac-EU, which the Uruguayan president described as a “frank and very direct” meeting, so the invitation seems to show a good relationship between the leaders.
As it turned out, one of the key aspects for this appointment was a word exchange between the two about rugby. The thing is Lacalle Pou and Macron They would have discussed the sport and in the next few days the World Cup of that sport will begin in France, for which the French president proposed to see the debut match between Los Teros and the local team together, which will be on September 14, reported Telemundo.
The Uruguayan team qualified leaving out USA to the contest that will be held in that country between September 8 and October 28. The other matches will take place on the 20th Italy, the 27 before Namibia and on October 5 in front of New Zealand.
Uruguay will promote its meat at the Rugby World Cup
In yesterday’s session, the National Secretary for Sport, Sebastián Bauzá, announced that the country will promote its cuts of meat in the European country through the Uruguayan team. “France It is a market that is interesting to promote and begin to work”, pointed out the chief.
bauzá, also former president of the Uruguayan Football Association (AUF), specified that it seeks to “develop what business is between Uruguay and France”, so the National Meat Institute (INAC) prepared an event for “top level” European entrepreneurs
In this regard, the president of INAC, Conrad Ferber, described as “a joy” the fact of accompanying the Uruguayan Rugby Union (URU). “We will be receiving top-level European businessmen, who are also opinion makers so that the high level of our meats is known.”