Subscribe

France-Amérique extends thanks to its readers and partners in New York

For the fourth year in a row, France-Amérique organized its fall cocktail at the Consulate General of France in New York. This year it took place on Thursday, November 2nd.

“There is a real place for a magazine that recognizes and promotes the French-American relationship.” With these words, Guy Sorman, the president of France-Amérique, welcomed the guests at the Consulate General of France. “Each month, we continue to weave together the links between our two countries, whose destinies have been inseparable for over two centuries,” a message of kinship echoed by the consul, Anne-Claire Legendre. “Thank you Guy Sorman for continuing to examine French-American relations as you do so well. Thank you France-Amérique.”

France-Amerique-Cocktail-new-york-nyc© Vladislav Borimsky

France-Amérique, founded in New York in 1943, will celebrate its 75th anniversary next year. Neither the continued success of the magazine, nor its annual cocktail would have been possible without the unconditional support of its readers and partners over the years.

France-Amerique-Cocktail-new-york-nyc© Vladislav Borimsky

Congratulations to the 45 readers, Francophiles and Francophones, who were given the chance to attend France-Amérique’s annual cocktail and meet the magazine’s team. Thank you to our partners: The Guadeloupe Islands Tourist Board, TV5MONDE, The French-American School of New York (FASNY), and the Paris American Club. Thank you as well to Barton & Guestier, Volvic, Saint-Geron, Clarins, and Palais des Thés for their generous donations.

France-Amerique-Cocktail-new-york-nyc© Vladislav Borimsky

Relive the night thanks to the beautiful photographs by Vladislav Borimsky.

Thank you to all and until next year!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related

  • Remembering the “Freedom Fries” Episode in WashingtonRemembering the “Freedom Fries” Episode in Washington Nathalie Loiseau, former director of the French administration school and Minister of European Affairs in the recently-formed Macron government, spent five years in the United States […] Posted in News
  • U.S. Withdraws from UNESCOU.S. Withdraws from UNESCO Due to an “anti-Israeli bias” in the U.N. agency, the U.S. announced that it would withdraw from UNESCO at the end of 2018, a move that echoes the Trump’s administration’s push for […] Posted in News