Family of French billionaires is ready to allocate 100 million euros for the restoration of Notre Dame
KIEV. April 16. UNN. A family of French businessmen-billionaires, Pinault will allocate 100 million euros for the reconstruction of Notre Dame Cathedral, which was damaged in a fire that broke out in it. It is reported by UNN with reference to the newspaper Le Figaro.
“My father, Francois Pinault, and I decided to allocate from the funds of the company Artemis 100 million euros for the reconstruction of Notre Dame Cathedral, where Monday’s fire broke out,” said media businessman Francois-Henri Pinault.
Pino family owns companies Artemis and Kering. The first belongs to the including auction house Christie’s. Kering owns several fashion brands, including Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent.
As reported UNN, French investigators are questioning workers, who carried out repairs in the Cathedral of Notre Dame, where on Monday a fire broke out.