The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Hon. Antonio Tajani, is in Ancona to take part in the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Italy, Croatia, and Slovenia devoted to cooperation in the Upper Adriatic, which will be attended by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of Slovenia, Tanja Fajon, and by the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Croatia, Gordan Grlić Radman.
Cooperation on migration issues and how to further strengthen it will be at the centre of the agenda of the Ancona meeting. The topics of connectivity, sea economy, environmental protection, and internal security will also be addressed, with the aim of promoting the Upper Adriatic as a pole of integrated development, high innovation and sustainability, relaunching the area’s role as a strategic hinge between international markets.
The proceedings will include a plenary session at the end of which a joint declaration will be signed, to be followed by a joint press conference of the three Ministers at the Orfeo Tamburi Auditorium at approximately noon. At the end of the trilateral meeting, the proceedings will continue in the nearby town of Numana, with a working meeting in which the Austrian Foreign Minister, Alexander Schallenberg, will participate as a special guest. The four-party meeting will focus on current international issues and the European agenda.