16-11-2011

PAM PRIZE 2011 AWARDEE NOMINATED ITALIAN FOREIGN AFFAIRS MINISTER

PAM PRIZE 2011 AWARDEE NOMINATED ITALIAN FOREIGN AFFAIRS MINISTER
On the occasion of the high profile conference on energy issues being held today in Naples, Italy, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean, expressed its congratulations to Hon. Giulio Terzi di Sant’Agata, on his appointment to Foreign Affairs Minister in the new Italian Government.
 
Sen. Francesco Maria Amoruso, PAM Vice President, and Dr. Sergio Piazzi, PAM Secretary General, took the opportunity to recall that just a few weeks ago, during the VI Plenary Session of PAM held in Palermo, Italy, Hon. Terzi di Sant’Agata, in his capacity as Ambassador of Italy, was awarded the PAM Prize 2011, in appreciation of his personal support to the PAM High level delegation during the visit to the US Senate, Congress and Administration in September of this year. He had also been instrumental in facilitating the visit of another PAM mission in New York last year.
 
“We are convinced that Minister Terzi di Sant’Agata will dedicate the necessary attention to the most urgent issues concerning the Mediterranean and its current political, economic, social and cultural developments, in order to provide those strategic actions aimed at guaranteeing greater stability and a sustainable path of general growth in the region.” Sen. Amoruso said.
 
On his part Dr. Piazzi expressed, on behalf of PAM, the Assembly’s commitment in support of the Minister’s future endeavours towards the achievement of the common wellbeing of the Mediterranean within a wider global context.
MEDIA INFORMATION: 43/2011
ISSUED ON: 17.11.2011
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