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A South African Rugby Player Asks President Macron for French Nationality. He Answers (Video)

French President Emmanuel Macron chaired a few days ago the final of the Top 14 which pitted the team from Stade Toulousain to that of Clermont.

While the French head of state had gone to the grass to shake hands with each actor before the kickoff, Maks Van Dyk a South African rugby player took the opportunity to blow him a little message.

Maks Van Dyk tried his luck by letting the president know that he wants to obtain French nationality. ” Can I have French nationality please? Asked the replacement pillar at Macron. The answer was quick.

“Banco”, said the French President.

Subsequently, Maks Van Dyk explained that he was ” very proud to be in France “. A statement to which Emmanuel Macron retorted: ” We launch the procedure “.

Maks Van Dyk is therefore reassured that he will become French in the future. The luck really smiled on this Rugby player.

Recall that Maks Van Dyk was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. He is currently 27 years old. South African international under 20, he arrived at Stade Toulousain in 2016.


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