“The size of countries does not matter but the size of their population,” these words Lindsey Hoyle, Speaker of the House of Commons. One of the branches of the British Parliament, wanted to express this to the captains Francesco Mossoni and Giacomo Simoncini Their appreciation and admiration for the Republic, its history and its institutions. “Your country – he added – is a A commendable example of democracy And we must work together to promote peace.” The call for dialogue and confrontation, Titan’s call, was repeatedly emphasized during the official visit of Their Excellencies to London, an even more distinctive feature of the current difficult moment at the international level.
San Marino and the United Kingdom linked to shared values but also from Mutual tendency to cooperate more effectively by entering into agreements of an economic and financial natureSuch as the protection of investments and against double taxation with the satisfied approval of the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson. In addition, there are important aspects of cooperation to emphasize the deepest principles of democracy.
Topics on the table also with the former British Foreign Minister, Jeremy Hunt, we are pleased to honor Regency and the Government delegation a few months after their last visit to the Titan. Presented by the Chair of the Parliamentary Friendship Group of San Marino with the United Kingdom, Andrew Rosendell , Then the heads of state met with the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee Tom Tugendhat“which reaffirmed the desire to intensify cooperation with San Marino precisely on the basis of common principles and values, which are considered at this historical stage of greater importance.”
to Buckingham Palace Finally one of the most important works of the visit: grant Queen Elizabeth II of the Grand Order of the Chivalry of San Marino, already assigned on February 20, 1937 to his father, His Majesty King George VI.
In conclusion, His Excellency the Italian Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Rafael TrombettaHaving reported the presence of the Regency in London, he wished to convey his personal greetings and those of the Italian Republic.
The visit of heads of state to London ended at the headquarters ofIMOthe United Nations agency of which San Marino has been a member for 20 years, and met the Secretary-General, Kitak limewhich has the Ambassador of San Marino to the United Kingdom, Silvia Marchetti He was a Knight of the Knight’s Order of Sant’Agata awarded by the Ames Captains Regent. Introducing the Ambassador of San Marino to the IMO, Giampaolo Bensaïa.
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