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PRESS ACCREDITATION NOTE GIRO D’ITALIA ARRIVAL – Sunday 28 May, 6:45 p.m.

PRESS ACCREDITATION NOTE

GIRO D’ITALIA ARRIVAL – Sunday 28 May, 6:45 p.m.

 

On Sunday 28 May, within the framework of the agreement reached between the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Rome EXPO 2030 Promoting Committee, the Italian Trade Agency – ICE and RCS, the Ceremony for the arrival of the 106th Giro d’Italia, the most important Italian cycling race and one of the most prestigious in the world, will take place in Rome.

The Giro d’Italia will finish between the Imperial Fora and the Victor Emmanuel II Monument. The arrival is scheduled at 6:45 p.m. The President of the Italian Republic, Sergio Mattarella, the Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Antonio Tajani, the President of RCS, Urbano Cairo, and the President of the Italian Trade Agency – ICE, Matteo Zoppas, will be there to welcome the participants. The audience will also include representatives of the Diplomatic Corps accredited to the Quirinale and representatives of the companies supporting the organisation of the Giro.

PRESS ACCREDITATION

Advance accreditation of the media representatives concerned is compulsory.

The press representatives who will be accredited through MAECI will be placed in a stand closer to the Authorities than that of the media representatives who will be accredited with the organisers of the Giro d’Italia. However, the space dedicated to MAECI is limited; therefore, not all accreditation requests may be accepted. Only those who receive confirmation of participation will be allowed access to the event venues.

Journalists, photographers and cameramen interested in covering the arrival can obtain accreditation by sending a request to the following e-mail address no later than 2:00 p.m. on Friday 26 May: accreditamentostampa@esteri.it (Tel. 06 3691 3432–3078, 8210 or 8573), attaching the following:

For representatives of the Italian press:

  • Copy of an identity document
  • Letter of assignment from the newspaper of affiliation or – in the absence of the latter – copy of professional identity card.

For representatives of foreign press organisations not accredited at the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs:

  • Copy of an identity document;
  • Letter from the newspaper of affiliation;
  • Verbal note of the Embassy in Rome of the country of the press organisation represented

(only if not previously sent).

For representatives of foreign press already accredited at the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the request must be sent with a copy of an identity document attached.

The press badge will be handed out (in person, upon presentation of valid ID) on Sunday 28 May. The time and place will be provided to press representatives who receive confirmation of accreditation.

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