A common agenda on major issues: from European defense to the issue of migrants, from the digital transition to environmental issues, without forgetting the economic front
A common agenda on major issues and shared priorities, from European defense to the issue of migrants, from the digital transition to environmental issues, without forgetting the economic front and the rules of the Stability Pact. Italy and France strengthen their collaboration with a treaty that was signed today at the Quirinale after months of negotiations between the two countries.
The Prime Minister, Mario Draghi, and the French President, Emmanuel Macron, who last night attended a dinner offered at the Colle by the Head of State, Sergio Mattarella, will meet the press at Villa Madama at 9.30 am to illustrate the agreement . An agreement that follows the one ratified in 2019 between France and Germany to strengthen the international action of the European Union and which also looks to Berlin and the “after Merkel”. The treaty, Mattarella said yesterday “is an important result”.
The treaty aims to strengthen cooperation between Italy and France also with the periodic participation of one or more ministers of one government in a council of ministers of the other government.