On 15 February 2018 at 2:30 p.m. the Sala Polifunzionale of the Presidenza del Consiglio will host the presentation of a book entitled “Qualcosa e’ accaduto/There is Something in the Air – 70 Life stories from Italy and India,” by Lorenzo Angeloni and Maria Elettra Verrone, the Italian Ambassador to India and the First Commercial Secretary of the Italian Embassy in India, respectively. The event forms part of the celebrations to mark the 70th Anniversary of diplomatic relations between Italy and India. The Undersecretary of State for European Affairs and President of the Italy-India Association, Sandro Gozi, will make the introductory remarks. Italy’s Ambassador to India Lorenzo Angeloni, and India’s Ambassador to Italy, Reenat Sandhu will participate in the event along with Ugo Tramballi(ISPI), Silvio Angori, CEO of Pininfarina, Michelguglielmo Torri, University of Turin and Roney Simon, of FICCI Italia and Vice-President of the Italy-India Association The Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Elisabetta Belloni, will conclude the event.
To download the free e-book version of Qualcosa e’ accaduto/There is Something in the Air – 70 Life stories from Italy and India at the end of the presentation, please access the platform at https://www.
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