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The Minister


The Minister
#HumanitarianCorridors - Minister Gentiloni greets a new group of Syrian refugees #HumanitarianCorridors - Minister Gentiloni greets a new group of Syrian refugees Another 75 Syrian refugees have landed at Fiumicino Airport from Beirut thanks to the “Humanitarian Corridor” pilot project. It is the fifth group that arrives in Italy,...
Gentiloni: "An absurd resolution with a waning consensus" (Corriere della Sera)"UNESCO’s denial of the connection between Judaism and the holy sites in Jerusalem is absurd, but it has been going on for years. The number of countries shifting their votes from yes to abstain is increasing,"...
Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Paolo Gentiloni receives the President of Burkina Faso, Roch Marc Christian KaboréThe meeting, which took place at a time when a democratic transition process is in motion in the African country, highlighted the political will to strengthen the political ties with Italy and the attention Italy...
Venezuela - A MAECI proposal on pension calculations for Italians living abroad has been acceptedThere is good news for Italian pensioners living in Venezuela. Thanks to a firm commitment from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, the value of Venezuelan pensions paid to Italian nationals...
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Paolo Gentiloni

Hon. Paolo Gentiloni (born November 22, 1954 in Rome) is an Italian politician, member of the Democratic Party and former Italian Minister of Communications.

He is a professional Journalist and has a degree in political sciences.

He became spokesman for the Mayor of Rome in 1993 and was Jubilee and Tourism Councillor in the Rome City Council.

In 2001, he was elected Member of Parliament and was Chairman of the Broadcasting Services Watchdog Committee.

Between 2006 and 2008 he was Minister for Communications in Prime Minister Prodi’s government.

One of the 45 members of the National founding committee of the Democratic Party in 2007, he was re-elected in 2008 and 2013 to the Chamber of Deputies and has been member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs.