Minister Luigi Di Maio will attend the G7 Foreign and Development Ministers meeting, scheduled to take place in London from 3 to 5 May.
During the Summit, the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of France, Germany, Italy, Canada, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States, together with the High Representative of the European Union, will review the leading international policy issues – including Afghanistan; the Iranian dossier; the fight against terrorism in the Horn of Africa and the Sahel; the Navalny case; developments in Ukraine and Belarus; and the Western Balkans.
Minister Di Maio will introduce the issue of Libya, confirming Italy’s commitment to supporting the stabilisation of the country. The Minister of Foreign Affairs will also present the Syrian dossier, emphasising Rome’s support for UN Special Envoy Pedersen’s actions.
During the Development session, Minister Di Maio will highlight Italy’s commitment, as G20 President, to combating the increasingly severe impact of climate change, especially in favour of the most vulnerable countries and supporting a sustainable economic recovery that combines adaptation and resilience.