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Accreditation Notices
25 February 2015
Recall – A new USA-EU Marshall Plan for the Mediterranean and Middle East: economic development and cooperation policies (Rome, 26 February 2015)

Please be reminded that on Thursday 26 February, starting at 15:30, the Farnesina will host the event “A new USA-EU Marshall Plan for the Mediterranean and Middle East: economic development and cooperation policies”. The conference is promoted by the Mediterranean Prospects Association in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, the Ebert […]

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7 February 2015
Munich Conference: Gentiloni cites negotiation as route to settling Ukraine crisis

Negotiation continues to be the only viable route to settling the crisis in Ukraine. “Imagining a military solution as a contribution would be unjustifiably hazardous”, said Minister Paolo Gentiloni, who attended the international security conference in Munich, as he commented on Italy’s stance. Gentiloni, who also held a bilateral meeting with Russian foreign minister Sergei […]

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6 February 2015
Sicurezza e lotta al terrorismo – Gentiloni alla Conferenza internazionale di Monaco

Il Ministro Paolo Gentiloni e’ a Monaco di Baviera, in Germania, per partecipare, insieme con il Ministro della Difesa Roberta Pinotti, alla cinquantunesima conferenza internazionale sulla sicurezza. 80 leader mondialiFino a domenica circa 80 leader mondiali, tra cui il Vicepresidente e il Segretario di Stato Usa, Joe Biden e John Kerry, il Presidente ucraino Petro […]

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Interviews
31 December 2014
Gentiloni: “The EU is not a running faucet for sanctions” (La Stampa)

Minister Gentiloni, there an infinite number of issues are on the table for 2015. Shall we begin with Russia?  «Alright».  Regarding the Moscow sanctions “for illegal actions in Ukraine”, is there a softer European approach and a harsher U.S. one, and can you tell us how Italy has chosen to act?  «To tell the truth […]

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Press Releases
3 December 2014
Dichiarazione congiunta sulla Libia

JOINT STATEMENT ON LIBYA The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom, the US Secretary of State, the High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, and the UN Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs, met in Brussels on December 3, 2014 to assess the current situation in […]

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Press Releases
3 December 2014
Dichiarazione congiunta sulla Libia

JOINT STATEMENT ON LIBYA The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom, the US Secretary of State, the High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, and the UN Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs, met in Brussels on December 3, 2014 to assess the current situation in […]

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2 December 2014
Foreign-Defence – Delegation of EU, NATO and Associate countries visit Palazzo Aeronautica

On Saturday 29 November a delegation of European Union, Associated and NATO Country Member ambassadors visited the Palazzo Aeronautica in Rome. The idea was conceived by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the Air Force, and falls within the context of the fruitful collaboration between the foreign and defence ministries. The delegation […]

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25 June 2014
Mogherini at NATO ministers meeting – Ukraine and Iraq dominate talks

The situation in Iraq is a threat to the security and stability not only of that country but of the entire Middle East and Euro-Atlantic region. Consequently, the foreign ministers of NATO meeting in Brussels agreed on the need to concentrate on a political approach, as Minister Federica Mogherini asserted during a pause in the […]

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24 June 2014
Mogherini at NATO ministerial – Ukraine and Iraq on the agenda

Minister Federica Mogherini is participating in the NATO ministerial meeting that concludes on Wednesday 25 June in Brussels. Agenda items include the situation in Ukraine, particularly President Petro Poroshenko’s proposed peace plan, and Iraq, where US Secretary of State John Kerry, who will also participate in the ministerial meeting, has just completed a mission.

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