A delegation from the French government, led by French Ambassador to Spain Jean-Michel Casa, has visited the Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation) to attend a meeting with its director, José Manuel Cervera, and study short-medium term collaborations.
Tres Culturas (Three Cultures) attendees also included the deputy director, Carmen Fernández-Távora; head of Strategic Planning, Antonio Chaves; and the director of the Fátima Mernissi Library, Olga Cuadrado. The French delegation was made up of Cédric Prieto, French consul general in Madrid; Anne Louyot, Cooperation and Cultural Action advisor to the French Ambassador; Grégory Varenes, second advisor; Didier Maze, French consul general in Seville; and Marie-Christine Rivière, Cooperation and Cultural Action aggregate.
It was agreed at the encounter to develop some joint actions, such as promotion of Francophonie at the next edition of the ‘Tres Festival, voices of the Mediterranean,’ in the spring of 2020, or the organisation of Euro-Mediterranean debates regarding the 25th anniversary of the Barcelona process. Likewise, the meeting brought to light the good relations between the Foundation and the French Embassy, which have been collaborating for years.