tunisia faro del mediterraneo

Tunisia, the lighthouse of the Mediterranean

On 14 May, a meeting was held in Florence in the Palazzo Vecchio with the intention of highlighting the historic and cultural context of Tunisia, a country that stands out today for the enactment of a cutting-edge constitution on issues of human rights and individual freedoms.

Participating in the meeting, among others, were, Giovanni Ottati, President of Confindustria Assafrica & Mediterraneo, Dario Nardella Mayor of Florence, Selma Elloumi, Minister of Tourism of Tunisia, Senator Stefania Craxi, the Undersecretary to Culture and Tourism Dorina Bianchi, the President of the Italian-Tunisian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Mourad Fradi, Tunisian Ambassador to Rome Moez Sinaoui, Italian Ambassador to Tunisia Lorenzo Fanara, The President of the Tuscany Region Council Eugenio Giani, Vice President of the Tuscany Region Monica Barni.

“The vision of Tunisia cannot be separated from that of Libya and Algeria” Ottati stated in his speech. “The current situation, the prospects and the potential of Tunisia must be seen from an increasingly wider perspective that must include Libya and Algeria.”

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