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Italy curfew, Di Maio: “It must be overcome”

Byeditorial

May 4, 2021

Curfew in Italy. “We all agree that it must be overcome and we are working to overcome it as soon as possible” declared Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio from London, where he is for the G7. Tourism “We are working to ensure that as many tourists as possible can arrive in Italy and that Italians can travel as tourists, wherever they want to go”. “Italy is ready to welcome all tourists and is ready to welcome all those who want to see our beauties”, concludes Di Maio, underlining that “we are working on measures that will allow us to restart the tourism sector” and this “obviously it is a signal to restart”. China-EU “A trade agreement obviously needs to be coordinated by the Commission and the central European institutions so we work in synergy (with Brussels, ed.) because that agreement is an agreement between the European Union and China “says Di Maio. At the G7 “China was a central theme with particular attention to the issue of human rights as an attention to keeping an open channel of dialogue on issues such as climate, environmental sustainability, which necessarily see China as a fundamental player”. G7 countries “we asked for collaboration and support on the stability of Libya in general but in particular on creating new opportunities for economic investment that help the Libyan people but also Italian companies”. “In the coming months, Italian companies will start building the highway that goes from the Tunisian border to the Egyptian one. They will start building the Tripoli international airport and we have also started a process for the reconstruction of the Benghazi airport”. “In the conclusions of the G7 there is the theme of immigration. Let’s meet the summer, the theme of security is fundamental and Italy collects a collaboration on the Libyan theme of migratory flows that will allow us to manage an epochal phenomenon with our main allies “. Human rights” Today we also addressed the issue of human rights “, wrote Minister Di Maio in a post on Facebook. “Democracy and respect for the person are values ‚Äč‚Äčthat cannot be exchanged for anything. And the international community must be united and compact on this front”.