Russian billionaire Roman Abramovitch wants to help authorities in Antibes
Russian billionaire Roman Abramovitch wants to help authorities in Antibes against coronavirus
An aerial view of the villa of Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich in Cap d’Antibes. Roman Abramovitch, Russian billionaire owner of the Chelsea football club in England and a huge estate in Cap d’Antibes wants to engage with local authorities to help.
Owner of Château de la Croë and seven hectares of land at Cap d’Antibes, where he stays regularly, Roman Abramovitch wants to help the local community on the Côte d’Azur.
“We are currently thinking of several ways to help the local community of Antibes, “He is very keen to help, but no decision has yet been made on how this will translate into action. We have asked the authorities to let us know their most pressing needs so that we can make a decision.”
Roman Abramovich Makes His Hotel Available For Caregivers
In this period of health crisis caused by the Covid-19, Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea Football Club and billionaire oligarch, announced that he would pay for the stay of British health personnel at the Millennium Hotel. The club has confirmed the provision of its hotel to the medical profession.
The club’s website reads: “The initiative came from club owner Roman Abramovich and, after President Bruce Buck contacted the National Health Service, the National Health Service. Uni], it was decided that the best way for Chelsea to help the medical profession was to provide accommodation for NHS staff. Mr. Abramovich will bear the cost of accommodation. “