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melbourne \aise\ – “Build a more solid bridge with the people of Abruzzo in Melbourne and start new economic, cultural and educational ties between Australia and the land of origin.” sum up with these words, Robert SantangeloVice President of the Regional Council and member of the Board of Directors crammed (Regional Council of Abruzzo in the world), the first day meetings between Australian Italian Community they Abruzzo in the worldwhich was held yesterday, March 21, at Coasit headquarters.
The meeting was attended by representatives of the Australian federal states of Victoria and Tasmania, chaired by Ubaldo Agliano, and Vice-President of the Melbourne Division of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Australia, Veronica Messiatelli. The table discussed, in particular, possible cultural exchange initiatives: from activating scholarships to planning itineraries to enrich the identity of Abruzzo abroad.
The Director of the Academy of Fine Arts of L’Aquila (Abaq), Reinaldo Tordera, has provided himself, through the Department of AFAM (Higher Artistic Training, Music and Dance) of the Ministry of Education, to create a training link between Abaq students and Australian institutes working in the same fields of study.
Sabrina Boccino, Member of the Regional Council, emphasized the significant presence of entrepreneurial excellence from Abruzzo in the city of Melbourne and more generally throughout the state of Victoria and recommended the continuation and encouragement of investments between Abruzzo and Australia.
Vice President Misciatelli intervened on this topic and mentioned how large Italian companies are already operating in Australia and that the Chamber of Commerce provides support for various entrepreneurial initiatives for young people from Abruzzo who have decided to do business abroad.
One of the most recent initiatives, the ‘Abruzzo Lab’, has invested in the catering sector and brought arrosticini to Melbourne. Finally, Managing Director of Coasit, Marco Fedi, pointed to the continued support provided by the Associations of Italians Abroad in terms of bureaucratic simplification and the day-to-day work of ensuring that the Italian language is taught to the new generations of Italian-Australians. After the meeting, the Abruzzo delegation visited the Museum of Italian Culture which collects memories of early immigrants and tells a cross-section of the history and traditions of the various Italian regions present in Melbourne. (aise)

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