Thank you @rfef for your offer to @The league of a “€ 500M credit with the guarantee of TV rights”, but it has happened again as with insurance policies in a pandemic, IT IS IMPOSSIBLE. Read additional provision 1a of RD 5/2015 of centralized TV sales. 🙄 pic.twitter.com/77gy6DUndi– Javier Tebas Medrano (@Tebasjavier) March 25, 2020With that “it has happened again”, Thebes refers to the criticism Rubiales made of LaLiga for not having secured television income before this crisis broke out. According to Thebes, no insurance policy can guarantee that when dealing with a catastrophe. New chapter in the serial of the battle between the Federation and LaLiga and, more specifically, between Luis Rubiales and Javier Tebas. The president of the employers has responded via twitter to the RFEF after his press appearance on Wednesday in which, among other things, he has offered 500 million euros to the First and Second clubs to get out of the crisis with the guarantee of the television rights that belong to them.Thebes has written the following message: “Thank you @rfef for your offer to @The league of a “€ 500M credit with the guarantee of TV rights”, but it has happened again as with insurance policies in a pandemic, IT IS IMPOSSIBLE. Read additional provision 1a of RD 5/2015 on centralized TV sales “. And he closes his speech with an emoticon of disbelief.
The American Soybean Association/World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (ASA/WISHH) met with local program partners in Senegal and Burkina Faso this week to discuss promotion and awareness of U.S. soy products.Africa Regional Director Josh Neiderman met with Guindo & Co., implementer of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Market Access Program (MAP) funded information campaign for promotion and awareness of U.S. soy products. Along with Mamadou Bousso, WISHH consultant for Francophone Africa, Neiderman also met with local supply chain partner Sensoy, USDA Foreign Agriculture Services (FAS) and livestock feed producers.In Burkina Faso, Neiderman and Bousso met with the local supply chain partner and their buyers of defatted soy flour for the baking industry. Visits were also made to local poultry producers, and the WISHH delegation held a meeting with representatives of the U.S. State Department and the United States Agency of International Development (USAID).