EUBC President wishes best luck to Mr. Matteo Renzi, the new Italian Prime Minister and boxing's good friend.

28 February 2014 News
FPI President Alberto Brasca, EUBC President Franco Falcinelli and Prime Minister Matteo Renzi

FPI President Alberto Brasca, EUBC President Franco Falcinelli and Prime Minister Matteo Renzi

Following the EUBC President statement in which he wishes mr. Matteo Renzi best of Luck to his new role as Italian Prime Minister. Mr. Renzi, during his holding the position of Florence Mayor, was a very close friend of the boxing, helping and supporting our sport in several circumstances.

“It is a great pleasure for me to announce that the new Italian Prime Minister, Mr. Matteo Renzi is a friend of boxing.
During his role as the Mayor of Florence,  he promoted sport for all but more significantly he also paid attention to our sport by giving it the opportunity to organize many important boxing events and also invest in boxing gyms.
Now, he is a leader of Italy’s Government and I would like to wish our best luck to win the great fight against a crisis that has hit my country, just as many other European Countries are facing.
The world of boxing is at the side of Prime Ministers like Mr. Matteo Renzi that want to reaffirm the high ethical and  moral standards for a better society and to benefit the younger generation by integrating sport’s discipline into their lives.”
Franco Falcinelli
FPI President Alberto Brasca, EUBC President Franco Falcinelli, Parliament Member Hon. Dario Nardella, and Prime Minister Matteo Renzi

FPI President Alberto Brasca, EUBC President Franco Falcinelli, Parliament Member Hon. Dario Nardella, and Prime Minister Matteo Renzi

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