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Il Ministro degli Esteri Luigi Di Maio è intervenuto nella sessione di chiusura della quinta edizione di “Rome MED – Mediterranean Dialogues”. E' seguito l’intervento del Presidente Conte.
Minister Gentiloni with the Foreign Minister of Benin, Aurelien Agbenonci
Foreign Minister Gentiloni with United States Secretary of State, John Kerry, at the Ministerial Meeting of the Coalition to counter Daesh
La cooperazione allo sviluppo è parte integrante della politica estera italiana e contribuisce in maniera sostanziale al perseguimento dei 17 obiettivi di sviluppo sostenibile dell’Agenda 2030.
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On the sidelines of the MED Dialogues in Rome, Deputy Minister Emanuela Del Re had a meeting with the Foreign Minister of Niger,...
Il Sottosegretario Manlio Di Stefano ha chiuso i lavori del Forum “Infrastructure – Stay Connected: Infrastructure As A Tool For E...
Italy continues to give its support to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague which is currently engaged in the Gener...
“Italy agrees with the words spoken by Chairperson-in-office, Miroslav Lajcak encouraging effective multilateralism” to give renew...
The third annual meeting of the inter-institutional anti-corruption committee was held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Inte...
Audizioni e Interrogazioni
In the referendum of 23 June 2016, the majority of British voters expressed the will that the United Kingdom exit the European Union, 43 years after it joined the European Economic Community, as it was called at the time.
Following up on the vote, on 29 March 2017, the British Government activated the withdrawal mechanism provided for under Art. 50 of the Treaty on European Union (TEU).