Boris Becker Gets Diplomatic Honours by Central African Republic

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Boris Becker Gets Diplomatic Honours by Central African Republic

Tennis - Six-time Grand Slam champion Boris Becker has been appointed Attache’ for Sports/Humanitarian/Cultural Affairs in the European Union by the Central African Republic with immediate effect. Becker posted the message on Twitter and was given the honour by H.E.

President Prof. Faustin Archange Touadéra and H.E. Ambassador Dr. Daniel Emery Dede at the Central African Embassy in Brussels.

According to PR Newswire, President Touadéra commented, "We are extremely pleased that a world star like Boris Becker, with his extensive international relations, has agreed to support our country, which has been on the path toward change since the beginning of my presidency in 2016.

We also want to set another example of peace and stability for the Central African Republic." Becker said he is honoured to be offered the role and hopes to do his best to support the Central African Republic. "I feel very much honored that this challenging task was offered to me.

In my new role, I will do my utmost to support the Central African Republic, which still has to cope with a multitude of economic, cultural and social problems, on its path that began with the election of President Touadéra.

My goal is to use my international network and relations to help make the country safe and worth living for its people. I am convinced that the refugee crisis in Europe can only be resolved by significantly improving living conditions in the regions and countries affected by the crisis.

There are two communication vehicles ​​that are understood all over the world and that are accepted around the world regardless of religion, skin color, and social class. They are music and sports. I am very familiar with the second language.

" The German superstar will have his own office at the embassy in Brussels and will work as a volunteer. Also Read - Lleyton Hewitt is Highly Optimistic About Australia's Davis Cup chances