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11 January 2012
“Mettiamoci in rete” per il Burkina Faso (in translation)

“Mettiamoci in rete” per il Burkina Faso. L’iniziativa, a cui parteciperanno diverse decine di ong, si svolgerà il 15 gennaio a Firenze sotto il patrocinio del Ministero degli Affari Esteri, della Direzione Generale Cooperazione Sviluppo e del Comune di Firenze. Nel corso dell’incontro sarà presentata l’attività di Laafi Labumbu ONLUS, capofila del progetto di costituzione […]

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11 January 2012
European Union: Italy and France on the same lines for a new pact, say Terzi and Juppé

Rome and Paris are on the same lines on finding a way out of the euro crisis. Both are confident that the new 26-country Treaty will be ready in time for the extraordinary EU Summit in Brussels on 30 January. This was the outcome of the meeting between Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi and his French […]

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10 January 2012
COOPERAZIONE: Afghanistan, giovani imprenditrici crescono, grazie all’Italia (in translation)

Oltre 5700 donne coinvolte, corsi di alfabetizzazione associata all’avvio di attività tradizionali,istituzione dicentri di formazione al Dipartimento degli Affari Femminili di Baghlan e al Women Garden di Kabul. Sono tra i più importanti risultati del progetto di formazione professionale e imprenditoria femminile, finanziato in Afghanistan dalla Cooperazione italiana e che si concluderà ufficialmente a marzo […]

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10 January 2012
World Day of Migrants and Refugees: Terzi and five other ministers to take part

Six ministers from the Monti Government, including Giulio Terzi, have signed their names to the World Day of Migrants and Refugees promoted by the Catholic Church and being celebrated on 15 January 2012. The event was presented at a press conference held this morning (10 January), with the announcement being made by the Italian Episcopal […]

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10 January 2012
IRAN: Nuclear facilities – “severe and effective sanctions now inevitable”

“The Iranian government’s decision to begin uranium enrichment at the Qom-Fordo plant is cause for deep concern and deserving of the firmest condemnation”. The statement came from foreign ministry spokesperson Maurizio Massari, according to whom “Tehran is unfortunately demonstrating its intention to move in the opposite direction to that recommended in the IAEA and United […]

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10 January 2012
Italy’s role in the Mediterranean – Terzi travels to the Arab spring countries and then on to Paris

Minister Giulio Terzi’s mission to the Mediterranean – an Italian foreign policy priority often stressed by the minister himself where Italy intends to play a frontline role – includes visits to Tunisia, Egypt and Libya, key Arab spring countries, as well as to Paris to meet with his colleague Alain Juppé and Secretary of State […]

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9 January 2012
The interview: “System Italy” has room for growth throughout the world

Economic diplomacy is set to act as a beacon in promoting an effective presence for Italy throughout the world. So stated Minister Giulio Terzi in the interview published in the December 2011 edition of the “Diplomazia economica italiana” newsletter. What are the geographical and strategic priorities for Italian Economic Diplomacy in 2012? The priorities of […]

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9 January 2012
Mediterranean: Italy’s role – Terzi, missions in key Arab spring countries

Minister Giulio Terzi will be making stops in the key Arab spring countries of Tunisia, Egypt and Libya on his mission to the Mediterranean, one of Italian foreign policy priorities often underscored by the Minister himself; an area where Italy is intent to play a prominent role. Meeting in Tunis on 6 January with Prime […]

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5 January 2012
Australia: Italian talent at the Ballarat music festival

Italian musical talent will be a front-liner from 13 to 22 January at Ballarat in Australia within the context of the Ancient Music in Historic Places Festival arranged by the Organs of the Ballarat Goldfields in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute of Melbourne. To read more select ITALIANO at the top of the page.

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5 January 2012
LONGITUDE: Will the “social-network” bubble burst?

Are we going to see the social network bubble burst this year like the dot.com bubble did in 2000? The first 2012 issue of Longitude – under the editorship of Pialuisa Bianco and now on the newsstands – takes a long look, starting with an editorial by Minister Giulio Terzi.“A Common Euro-Mediterranean House” is Terzi’s […]

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