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Abramovich’s Riviera assets safe, for now

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Abramovich’s Riviera assets safe, for now

Good Morning Monaco

Friday, March 11, 2022

Abramovich’s Riviera assets still safe, for now
Neither the US nor the EU have so far imposed sanctions on Roman Abramovich, so his Riviera interests remain untouched, at least for the moment… 

At last, UK blacklists Chelsea owner Abramovich
Britain imposed sanctions on Chelsea soccer club owner Roman Abramovich and Igor Sechin, chief executive of Russian oil giant Rosneft, hitting them with asset freezes…

Monaco pandemic update: More in hospital
Thirty-two new cases of coronavirus were reported in Monaco on Thursday, March 10. Sixteen residents were declared fully-recovered….

Duo delight with journey through German and French classical music
Saint Paul’s Anglican Church was the venue on Thursday, March 10, for a concert by two talented musicians, flautist Manuela Mattes and harpist Sylvain Blassel… 

Princess Grace Hospital commits to Mon Restau sheme The Princess Grace Hospital Centre (CHPG) has hosted a technical visit marking its entry into the Mon restaurant Responsable® approach to waste, its sorting and reduction, and to the use of seasonal foods…

Pierre Gasly claims fastest lap on first day of pre-season testing Formula 1 is tantalisingly close to returning in full swing later this month with the season opening Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday, March 20, but fans of the motorsport…

DULY NOTED

Russia’s foreign minister said on Thursday that video footage of the bombing of a maternity hospital in Ukraine was fake.
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