On a working visit to France, the Head of State Patrice Talon carried out a working session at the Elysee Palace on March 5 with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron. At the end of this meeting, several financing agreements were announced and thus come to support the Government’s Action Program. Mr. Macron said that France would support Benin in key sectors such as health, climate change through the sustainable cities project, tourism, education and culture. These investments in priority projects come at the right time and are valued at 276 million euros: Guarantee from the Public Investment Bank for the construction of the future Abomey-Calavi University Hospital Center for an amount of 175 million euros; Financing agreement in the amount of 58 million euros via AFD, for a climate change adaptation program for Cotonou and 3 other cities; Financing agreement of 43 million euros via AFD, for the redevelopment of the lakeside town of Ganvié. Satisfied with this support, President Patrice Talon after welcoming the commitment of his host, affirmed that he is convinced that France will continue to be the privileged partner of Benin. The various agreements cited were signed between the Minister of the Economy and Finance Romuald WADAGNI and the Director General of the French Development Agency (AFD) Rémy RIOUX.