“The path we are following in the case of the Marines is one that calls for maximum responsibility at this delicate stage”, asserted Minister for Foreign Affairs Federica Mogherini in her first Senate briefing on international missions.
Afghanistan: Mogherini calls for framework law on international missions
“I believe that over the coming months the government and parliament can work together on a framework law on international missions”, Minister Mogherini announced, according to whom this would be an opportunity for a “policy discussion of individual missions, and not only in terms of financing”, but also of how “civilian and military intervention interconnect”.
Cooperation: “Parliament doesn’t have much time for the reform”
Minister Mogherini confirmed the government’s commitment to Cooperation reform, speaking of the rapid result that “I hope will be forthcoming in the Senate in the coming weeks”. “International cooperation”, the minister added, “cannot be understood as charity but as an investment in the national security and in more effective relations. It is necessary to consolidate the increase in resources already initiated over the past year and a half in order to go forward over the coming months and years”.