While France continues to quarrel with the United Kingdom in the north, in the south it seeks to intensify dialogue and cooperation with Italy.
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Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi and French President Emmanuel Macron signed the Quirinale Treaty in the presence of Italian Head of State Sergio Mattarella during a ceremony in Cole. The agreement aims to enhance cooperation between the two countries.
The text contains a long preamble and 12 articles, with many chapters of cooperation between Italy and France. It is 14 pages long.
The preamble stresses, among other things, “the goal of a united and sovereign democratic Europe to respond to the global challenges faced by the parties; and in this regard reaffirms the common commitment to deepening the European project in line with the shared responsibility as founding states, in line with the values of the Union and the principle of solidarity.”
The treaty’s chapters range from foreign affairs, security and defense to economic, industrial and digital cooperation. And again: immigration politics, justice, home affairs, education, space, social development, culture, youth, and cross-border cooperation.
Let’s see the treaty in detail:
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