On Monday 22 January, at 10 a.m., the Farnesina will host an event to present to the public the best opportunities for consumers and businesses, following the completion of the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement.
The event, organised by the Italy-Japan Foundation, will be opened by Undesecretary of State Benedetto Della Vedova and will be divided into four thematic sessions: luxury and automotive; pharmaceuticals; agrifood; and public procurement and services.
The deputy negotiator-in-chief of the EU-Japan Agreement, Marco Chirullo, will address the attendees, to be followed by the Ambassadors of Italy and Japan, Giorgio Starace and Keiichi Katakami, the director general for internationalisation, Massimo Gaiani, the president of ICE, Michele Scannavini, the director of Milan's Jetro, Hiroto Kobayashi, the president of the Italy-Japan Business Group, Mauro Moratti, and the president of the Italy-Japan Foundation, Umberto Vattani.
Journalists, photographers and TV crews interested in following the event are requested to apply for accreditation in one of the following ways:
- by filling the interactive form, selecting the event at the link http://mae.accreditationsystem.info/ITA/Indice.asp, attaching thereto, unless already provided, the information requested in digital format (letter from the media organisation and, for representatives of foreign media, also a Note Verbale released by the Rome Embassy of the media organisation’s Country).
- by sending an email to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation’s Institutional Press and Communication Service at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org (Tel. + 39 06/3691.3432 or 8573 or 8210), attaching thereto the letter of his/her media organisation (or press card) and, for members of the foreign press, a Note Verbale released by the Rome Embassy of the media organisation’s Country.
Accreditation badges must be collected in person at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, main entrance, right side, from 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.