The Group of the Bipartite Section of Italian-Australian-New Zealand-Oceania Friendship chaired by Senator Francesco Giacobbi has been constituted today in the Senate of the Republic. 21 deputies and senators joined the parliamentary initiative, representing all blocs present in Parliament. The founding meeting was an opportunity to outline strategies and a timetable for commitments to activate parliamentary diplomacy that aims to intensify and develop relations between the countries of the group. “We are content to have created this very large and, above all, bipartisan group. There are representatives of all parliamentary blocs, and this on the one hand gives an idea of how much Italy is interested today in this region of the world, and on the other hand paves the way for a strategy of parliamentary diplomacy to be joint and effective.” Democratic Senator Giacobbi elected for Africa, Asia, Oceania and Antarctica said, Explaining that: “The establishment of the group represents an important opportunity to address important issues of universal concern that also concern our overseas communities, our exporters, and our exporters. Companies operating abroad and those intending to invest in Italy.
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