On Friday, November 18, 25 ninth-grade students of Saint Tremor College, accompanied by five Portuguese correspondents and their teachers, were received in the Carais town hall. The group of 12 students who left for Greece in October 2022 joined the delegation.
Marie-Antoinette Coelero, Delegate for Breton Language and International Relations, Serge Cotiller, Assistant for Culture, and Anne-Marie Kerderon, Assistant for School Affairs, welcomed the delegation with great affection. With its multiple twins, in the Basque Country, Ireland, Germany, England and a camp in Palestine, Carais is firmly on the cusp of the world. We maintain international openings because we are deeply convinced that these exchanges are enriching. The Erasmus Program enables young Europeans to get to know and respect each other better. In doing so, they will be able to form an awareness and commitment as European citizens, ”says Marie Antoinette Coelero.
It is the beginning of a long story and we stress the importance of foreign languages. The city is committed to facilitating this exchange and remains keen on future projects,” Anne-Marie Cordrown specifies.