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Published by ASDS MEDIA   |   February 23, 2021

Interview of Florence Parly, French Defence Minister

PERSONALITIES
FLORENCE PARLY
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Script : Interview of the French Minister of the Armed Forces

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At IDEX Abu Dhabi, the French Minister of the Armed Forces Florence Parly expressed her surprise and admiration at seeing how it was possible to organize a major international event so effectively, despite the pandemic. A strong message to ponder, in France and in some other countries ...


Au salon IDEX d’Abu Dhabi, la Ministre des Armées Florence Parly, a exprimé sa surprise et son admiration en voyant comment il était possible d’organiser si efficacement un grand évènement international, malgré la pandémie. Un message fort à méditer en France et dans quelques autres pays...

At IDEX Abu Dhabi, the French Minister of the Armed Forces Florence Parly expressed her surprise and admiration at seeing how it was possible to organize a major international event so effectively, despite the pandemic. A strong message to ponder, in France and in some other countries ... Au salon IDEX d’Abu Dhabi, la Ministre des Armées Florence Parly, a exprimé sa surprise et son admiration en voyant comment il était possible d’organiser si efficacement un grand évènement international, malgré la pandémie. Un message fort à méditer en France et dans quelques autres pays...

Language : EN

Tags : DEFENCE | FLORENCE PARLY | FRENCH MINISTER OF THE ARMED FORCES | IDEX 2021

Location : Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

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