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ACRE

La Convenzione Blu

Council Meeting & Summit

22 February 2019  |  Rome, Italy

ACRE's La Convenzione Blu brings together leaders from politics, business, government, academia and the not-for-profit sector from across Europe, in order to shape the debate on our shared future.   

From keynote speeches to topic-driven panel discussions, ACRE's La Convenzione Blu will provide participants with valuable insights into the ideas that are shaping Europe. 

Out theme – Adesso Insieme! Together Now! reflects the new cooperation between our political allies in Italy.  A prosperous and successful Italy is essential for all of us in Europe, as political forces across the continent start their European election campaigns, ACRE will be at the forefront of the debate discussing the ideas that shape our shared European future

The programme of this convention covers:

  • Immigration & Migration;
  • Security & Defence;

The event will be held in English and Italian, with live translation.

La Convenzione Blu
ACRE

La Convenzione Blu

SPEAKERS

& Participants

Jan Zahradil MEP

ACRE President, Vice-Chairman, International Trade Committee, European Parliament

web    @ZahradilJan


Jan Zahradil is a Czech politician for the Civic Democratic Party (ODS) and the president of the Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe - ACRE. He has been a Member of the European Parliament since the Czech Republic entered the European Union in 2004. Zahradil also served as Member of Parliament for Prague from 1998 to 2004. In his current third term at the European Parliament, Zahradil is a member of the international trade committee, serving as its Deputy Chairman. He was one of the founding members of the euro-realist ECR group, which went on to become the third largest group in the European Parliament in 2014. In March of 2011 he was elected the ECR President, thus becoming the first Czech MEP ever to have become leader of an EP group.

Jan Zahradil MEP

ACRE President, Vice-Chairman, International Trade Committee, European Parliament

bio    web    @ZahradilJan

Professor Ryszard Legutko MEP

Co-Chairman ECR Group


Ryszard Legutko is a Member of the European Parliament, a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee, and Co-Chairman of the Parliamentary Group of European Conservatives and Reformists. He is also a professor of philosophy at Jagellonian University in Krakow, Poland. He has served as Minister of Education, Secretary of State in the Chancellery of the late President Lech Kaczynski, and Deputy Speaker of the Senate. His most recent English language book is The Demon in Democracy: Totalitarian Temptations in Free Societies (Encounter Books, 2016).

Professor Ryszard Legutko MEP

Co-Chairman ECR Group

bio    

Giorgia Meloni

President Fratelli d'Italia


Giorgia Meloni was born in Rome in 1977, she is an Italian politician and professional journalist.
She grew up in the suburban neighborhood of Garbatella, in Rome. She started her political commitment at the age of 15, driven by a feeling of reaction after the violent death of Paolo Borsellino, when she founded the student organization “Gli Antenati”, heading the protest against the reform of the national education system promoted by former Minister Rosa Russo Iervolino.
In 1996, she was appointed national President of Azione Studentesca, the student organization of the right-wing party Alleanza Nazionale, and member of the national Student Associations Forum.
In 1998, when she was only 21, she became member of the Province of Rome Council for Alleanza Nazionale, holding this position until 2002.
From February 2001 to 2004, she was member of the National Regency Committee of Azione Giovani, the youth movement of Alleanza Nazionale. In 2004, she was the first woman to become president of Azione Giovani, being elected during the national congress held in Viterbo.
In 2006, at the age of 29, she was elected Member of the Parliament for the first time at the Chamber of Deputies, in the right-wing party Alleanza Nazionale list, in the constituency Lazio 1. 
From 2006 to 2008 she was appointed Deputy Chairman of the Chamber of Deputies, the youngest-ever in the history of the Italian Republic. From 2006 to 2008, she was also Chairman of the Committee for the external information and communications.
In 2008 she was elected for the second time Member of the Parliament at the Chamber of Deputies, in the “Il Popolo della Libertà” list, in the constituency Lazio 2.
From May 2008 to November 2011, when she was only 31, she was appointed Minister of Youth, becoming the youngest-ever Minister in the history of Italian Republic. 
From 2008 to 2010, she was member of the Finance Committee of the Chamber of Deputies.
From 2010, she was member of the Work Committee of the Chamber of Deputies.
From 2009 to 2012, she was Chairman of the Giovane Italia, the youth movement of “Il Popolo della Libertà” party.
In 2011, she composed her first book “Noi Crediamo, viaggio nella meglio gioventù d’Italia”, published by Sperling and Kupfer.
In December 2012, she quitted “Il Popolo della Libertà” party to cofound the political movement “Fratelli d’Italia – Centrodestra nazionale” with Guido Crosetto and Ignazio La Russa.
In 2013 she was elected for the third time Member of the Parliament at the Chamber of Deputies in the “Fratelli d’Italia – Centrodestra nazionale” list. On April the 3rd, she was elected Chief Whip in Montecitorio.
She was member of the Work Committee, Social Affairs Commitee and of the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry on the Banking and Financial System.
The 8th of March 2014, after the primary elections, she was appointed President of “Fratelli d’Italia” during the party congress held in Fiuggi.
On April the 21th, in the day of Rome’s Birthday, she started her political campaign as Major of the City of Rome. It was the first time that a pregnant woman ran as Major in Rome. Giorgia Meloni won the 20.6% of the vote share, but did not qualify for the run-off. She was elected member of the City Council and Chief of the political group “Con Giorgia”.
On December 2017, during the second congress held in Trieste, she was unanimously confirmed President of “Fratelli d’Italia”.
At the political election of March 2018, Fratelli d’Italia won five time more seats then in the past, with 18 senators and 32 deputies. Giorgia Meloni is member of the Constitutional Affairs Committee.

Giorgia Meloni

President Fratelli d'Italia

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Raffaele Fitto MEP

ACRE Vice-President Elect


Born in Maglie (Le) on 28/08/1969, he graduated in Law at the University of Bari. Elected Regional Councillor in May 1990, he held the position of Regional Councillor for Tourism of Puglia. In June 1995 he was re-elected Regional Councillor, holding the position of Vice President of the Puglia Region, with responsibility for the Budget. 

In June 1999 he was elected to the European Parliament. As an MEP he was part of the Parliamentary Commission for Regional Policy, Transport and Tourism, until June 2000, ensuring specific interventions in the field of economic development and the problems of the Tourism Sector. 

In May 2000 he was elected President of the Puglia Region, with over 1 million and 200 thousand preferences. Under his leadership, the Apulia Region implements financial recovery and debt consolidation, safeguarding investments, guaranteeing services and reducing the tax burden. Today it is the Italian region with the lowest tax burden. On 17 February 2001 he was appointed President of AICCRE (Italian section of CCRE - Council of European Municipalities & Regions). He has been a member of the CEMR Bureau since 13 October 2001 and since 6 February 2002 he has been President of the Commission for Territorial Cohesion Policy of the Committee of the European Regions. In April 2005 he was the candidate of the Casa delle Libertà for the Presidency of the Puglia Region and was defeated by only 14 thousand votes. Since July 2005 he has been the regional coordinator of Forza Italia in Puglia.

In April 2006 he applied to the Chamber of Deputies in the list of Forza Italia and was elected deputy. In Montecitorio, since 6 June 2006, he has been a member of the Constitutional Affairs Commission. On 13 October 2006, the National Coordinator of Forza Italia, Sandro Bondi, in agreement with the President of Forza Italia, Silvio Berlusconi, appointed Raffaele Fitto as the national head of Forza Italia for the policies of Southern Italy. In Montecitorio, since 13 October 2006, he has also been a member of the Parliamentary Commission for Regional Issues. 

From 8 May 2008 to 16 November 2011 he was Minister for Relations with the Regions. From 10 June 2010 to 16 November 2011 he was Minister for Relations with the Regions and Territorial Cohesion. In the general elections of 2013 he was re-appointed to the Chamber as leader of the PdL in the Puglia district, and was re-elected. On November 16, 2013, with the suspension of the activities of the People of Freedom, he joined Forza Italia. On March 24, 2014, he becomes a member of the President's Committee of Forza Italia.

On April 16, 2014 he was nominated for the European Elections as leader of Forza Italia in the Southern Italian District. He is re-elected in Strasbourg with 284,547 votes, making him the second most voted candidate in Italy in a single constituency and the first in the South. Since 13 December 2016 he has been Vice-President of the Group of European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) in the European Parliament. 

Raffaele Fitto MEP

ACRE Vice-President Elect

bio    

Giulio Terzi di Sant’Agata

Italian diplomat


Giuliomaria Terzi di Sant’Agata (Italian pronunciation: [ˈdʒuːljo ˈtɛrtsi di sanˈtaːɡata]) (born 9 June 1946) is an Italian diplomat who was Italy’s Minister of Foreign Affairs from November 2011 until 26 March 2013. From August 2008 to September 2009 he was Permanent Representative of Italy to the United Nations in New York, where he also headed the Italian Delegation to the United Nations Security Council, which Italy had joined as non-permanent member for the 2007-2008 term. He then served as Italy’s ambassador to the United States from 2009 to 2011.

Education

Terzi earned a degree in Law at the University of Milan, specializing in International Law.

Early career

Born in Bergamo, Terzi is a career diplomat. He joined Italy’s foreign service in 1973. In 1975 he was posted as Secretary for political affairs at the Italian Embassy in Paris. After returning to Rome in 1978, as Assistant to the Secretary General, he was appointed to the Italian Embassy in Canada as Economic Counselor from 1890 until 1984, a period of sharp growth in economic and high-tech cooperation between Italy and Canada. He was then Consul General in Vancouver during Expo 86, the assigned to the Economic Affairs Department at the Ministry, and later on to the Human Resources Department , to NATO in Brussels in 1990 as First Counselor for Political Affairs at the end of the Cold War, during the German reunification, and the first Gulf War.

Later career

From 1993 to 1998, Terzi was assigned to the Permanent Mission of Italy to the United Nations in New York as First Counselor for Political Affairs and later as Minister and Deputy Permanent Representative. During a period marked by the Bosnian Wars, the Somali’s State disruption, as well as conflicts in the African Great Lakes region Italy was for a biennium elected member of the Security Council and led an active campaign to reform the UN Security Council in which Counselor Terzi was especially involved, as he was on issues concerning Uman Rights , fundamental freedoms, and Sustainable Development By the mid-nineties globalisation and new challenges to international security underscored the need for major reforms of the UN bodies, a cause that Italy championed in all the UN fora.

Terzi served as deputy secretary general of Italy’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Rome, Director General for political affairs and human rights, and Political Director. His responsibilities included major international security and political issues, especially in the framework of the UN Security Council, the UN General Assembly, and the UN Council on Human Rights, as well as the Council of the European Union, NATO, the G8, and OSCE. He also advised the Italian Foreign Ministers on international security, focusing on the Western Balkans, the Middle East, Afghanistan, East Africa, nuclear proliferation, terrorism, and human rights.

His later posting were ,as Italian Ambassador, to Israel (2002–2004),during a period characterized by the outbreak of the Second Intifada, by improved relations between the EU and Israel during the Italian Presidency of the EU (July–December 2003), and commitment in principle by Israel and the Palestinian Authority to the peace process on the basis of the Road Map.

Transatlantic relations, international security, crises management, peacekeeping operations, development and human rights have been the priorities on Amb. Terzi’s agenda as Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York from 2008 to 2009, during the Italian mandate in the UN Security Council.

As Ambassador to the United States until November 2011 Amb. Terzi worked on further strengthening bilateral cooperation in international security as well as in economic, cultural and scientific matters. He launched a country wide‎ strategy with hundreds of events and programs to promote Italian culture, science and language. ‎The “2013 -Year of the Italian Culture in the USA” was the main outcome of these efforts, together with the inclusion of Italian among the main foreign languages in American schools certified by the Advanced Placement Program.

From November 2011 until March 2013 Amb. Terzi was Minister for Foreign Affairs.

He is active in political and academic life on foreign policy, European affairs, crises management, international security.He is member of the Advisory Board of United Against Nuclear Iran. Since March 2016 Amb. Terzi is President of the “Global Committee for the Rule of Law – Marco Pannella ” for the promotion of the Rule of Law and fundamental Freedoms .

Political career

Minister of Foreign Affairs

On November 16 2011 was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs of Monti’s government. During his tenure, he held 1,483 meetings and events, which covered 91 different countries with 75 official visits abroad and 138 meetings with other foreign ministers, of which 63 in Italy and 75 overseas.

He was member of the “Westervelle Group”, composed by 11 European Foreign Ministers and aimed at supporting initiatives for “More Europe” in the European political integration process. He actively promoted UN moratorium on the death penalty resolution and other campaigns for human rights and fundamental freedoms. Within the EU and NATO Minister Terzi was a strong advocate for a renewed “Pratica di Mare” partnership with the Russian Federation in order to settle energy and Rule of Law issues, as well as European security concerns raising from East-West diverging positions on conventional and nuclear forces. He gave impulse to policies of diversification of energy supplies to Italy, by negotiating and signing during the 2012 UNGA in New York the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) between Albania, Greece and Italy, by strengthening relations with transitional Governments in Libya, and enhancing economic cooperation with Mozambique, Angola and Algeria. He pursued a reinforced Mediterranean political and economic cooperation in the Mediterranean region in the “5+5 Dialogue” framework , with Spain, France, Italy, Malta Portugal, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania and Tunisia, and other bilateral and multilateral initiatives through the EU, NATO and the UN. At the same time Minister Terzi did strive for a closer EU political, economic, and scientific cooperation with Israel and for the reactivation of the MEPP on the base of the two States solution. During his tenure Minister Terzi engaged in a more active Italian diplomacy for the Horn of Africa, by visiting and signing new agreements with Ethiopia and Somalia.

Diplomatic crisis with India

The seizure by India of two Italian Marines in international waters off the Kerala coast on 16 February 2012 over an alleged incident and the death of two fishermen which India claimed had involved the Italian tanker “Enrica Lexie” and its Military Protection Unit , while on official duty in the framework of international anti-piracy activities , did cause a dispute between India and Italy on jurisdiction.

The dispute was brought by the Italian Government to the UN, EU, regional and global fora , and discussed at bilateral and multilateral level with India, with the intent of settling the dispute trough the arbitration procedure established by the United Nation Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), to which both Italy and India are signatory parts.

Having India formally rejected all Italian proposals for convening UNCLOS Arbitration, Minister Terzi on 11 March 2013 announced – on behalf of and in agreement with the government  – that the two Italian marines, Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone – who had meanwhile been send back to Italy having obtained from the Indian authorities a “temporary leave” to exert their electoral duties – would not have left the country to return to India until the Arbitration established by UNCLOS decided on the matter of jurisdiction.

The Indian reaction and concerns for the loss of Defense Procurement , already investigated by the Italian and Indian Courts, led some members of PM Monti’s Government next March 22 to insist for a complete reversal of the previous decision announced by Italy on 11 March. Prime Minister Office -“Palazzo Chigi” – announced then the decision to send the two riflemen back to India. Such a sudden change of Government’s strategy was severely criticized and rejected formally in writing by the Foreign Minister. While Mr. Terzi was awaiting for clarifications from the PM Monti, he momentarily uphold his resignation.

Three days later ,on March 26, 2013 – as soon as the plenary session of the Chamber of Deputies reconvened to discuss the latest developments on the case – Minister Terzi announced in Parliament his resignation because of his dissent with the position of the government which had reversed a previously agreed decision of keeping the two Marines in Italy until the UNCLOS Arbitration would have deliberated on the matter of jurisdiction. The following day, PM Mario Monti, assumed the interim as Foreign Minister.

Terzi’s resignation has been criticized by PM Monti, who told the Chamber of Deputies that Mr. Terzi would never had – before that day – expressed his own dissent or expressed his intention to resign.

According to PM Monti, Terzi’s resignation was aimed at achieving “other results that will soon become more evident”.

Terzi immediately contested PM Monti’s innuendos publicly, reiterating in various interviews and articles reasons and facts which had led to his resignation.

On 29th March 2013 Terzi unveiled during a TV interview the heavy pressures he had received in order to give his consent to the return of the two Italian marines to India. Pressures that he firmly refused, since the Marines return to India before the UNCLOS Arbitration would have infringed principles and norms enshrined in the Italian Constitution.

Giulio Terzi di Sant’Agata

Italian diplomat

bio    

Carlo Fidanza

Italian MP


Carlo Fidanza,
Carlo Fidanza is an Italian MP, member of the Bureau and national coordinator of local administrators for Fratelli d’Italia. He is a former MEP and head of FdI delegation in 2009-2014 term, member of TRAN and AGRI Committees in the EP. He’s still fully committed in European politics as a member of the EU Committee of the Regions and of ECR Group Bureau in the CoR, as well as member of the Italian delegation in the PACE (Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe).  During his long political activity, he was head of delegation in Milano City Council for Alleanza Nazionale, Vice President of AN youth movement led by Giorgia Meloni.
When, at the end of 2012, she decided to create FdI he was one of the founders of the new party.
 

Carlo Fidanza

Italian MP

bio    

Nikolay Barekov MEP

Founder of the Bulgarian political party Reload BG

@NBarekov


Nikolay Barekov is a Bulgarian journalist, politician, and businessman. Barekov majored in Bulgarian philology, specializing in TV journalism. His career as a radio journalist began in 1992, when he joined the "Kanal Kom" radio in Plovdiv. Between 2003 and 2010, Barekov presented the morning segment on the BTV channel. He subsequently hosted a number of shows on TV7. On 25 January 2014, Barekov founded the Bulgaria without Censorship (now called Reload BG), which participated in the 2014 European elections as part of a coalition bloc with the right-wing IMRO and other smaller parties, earning two seats in the European Parliament.

Nikolay Barekov MEP

Founder of the Bulgarian political party Reload BG

bio    @NBarekov

Angel Dzhambazki MEP

Vice-chairman of IMRO, Bulgaria

@djambazki


Angel Dzhambazki is a Bulgarian politician, a Member of the European Parliament, and the Vice-Chairman of IMRO. He also was a member of the Sofia City Council from 2007 to 2014.

Dzhambazki is a graduate of Sofia University, where he specialised in legal studies.

 

Angel Dzhambazki MEP

Vice-chairman of IMRO, Bulgaria

bio    @djambazki

Laurentiu Rebega MEP

Member of the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Affairs, European Parliament

@LaurRebega


Laurențiu Rebega MEP is a Romanian politician and, since 2014, a member of the European Parliament. In the Parliament, Laurentiu Rebega is a member of the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development (COMAGRI) as well as the Committee on Petitions. He is also a member of the Delegation to the EU-Turkey Joint Parliamentary Committee. From June 2015 to March 2018 he was the vice-president of the Europe of Nations and Freedom political group. Between 2009 and 2011, Laurențiu Rebega studied Rural and Regional Development Project Management at the Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, from where he received his second MA degree.

Laurentiu Rebega MEP

Member of the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Affairs, European Parliament

bio    @LaurRebega

Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP


Since becoming an MP in 1992 Geoffrey served as Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Rt. Hon Douglas Hogg QC MP, Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. In 2001, he was appointed Shadow Spokesman for Transport, Local Government & the Regions. In 2002, he became a Shadow Minister for Local & Devolved Government Affairs. In 2004, he was appointed as an Opposition Whip and later became Assistant Chief Whip.

When David Cameron was elected Leader of the Conservative Party, Geoffrey was appointed the Shadow Minister for Trade & Foreign Affairs. Geoffrey was later appointed the Shadow Minister for International Development and Trade, a role in which he served until the 2010 General Election.  

Between 2010 and 2015, Geoffrey was Chairman of the Conservative Party International Office, overseeing all activity of the international wing of the Party, including the Alliance of Conservative Reformists in Europe (ACRE). He is now Vice-President of ACRE. 

Sir Geoffrey is Chairman of the APPG for International Trade and Investment, Chairman of the APPG on Shooting and Conservation, Board Member of the Conservative Party, Treasurer of the 1922 Committee, Deputy Chair of the Public Accounts Committee, Chairman of the Conservative Friends of The Chinese and Member of the Finance Committee.

Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP

bio    

Nino Goguadze MP

Member of the Parliament, Georgia

@Ngoguadze1


Nino Goguadze is currently First Deputy Chairperson of the Foreign Relations Committee and a member of the legal issues committee at the Parliament of Georgia. Her background in law began at university where she studied jurisprudence at the Georgian Technical University, and then law at Emory University School of Law. She began her work as a lawyer in 2005, before joining the Central Election Commission of Georgia in 2007. She stayed there for 7 years until she was elected into the City Assembly in Tbilisi. She was elected into the Georgian Parliament in 2016 as part of the Georgian Dream-Democratic Georgia electoral bloc.

Nino Goguadze MP

Member of the Parliament, Georgia

bio    @Ngoguadze1

Javier Garcia Martin

Member of VOX's Political council and Foreign Relations Department


Javier is an active member of the Spanish right-wing VOX political party since its inception. He is part of the Political Council and the Foreign Relations department. His professional background as an entrepreneur is in human resources and organizational development. After spending over thirty years abroad, he returned to Spain where he was shocked with the socio political damage inflicted by Mr. Zapatero’s socialist party, followed by Mr. Rajoy’s popular party. He decided to take action and joined VOX in 2014.

Javier Garcia Martin

Member of VOX's Political council and Foreign Relations Department

bio    

Eli Hazan

Foreign Affairs Director, Likud Party, Israel

@realEliHazan


Eli Hazan is the Director of the Foreign Affairs at the Likud Party. In his capacity, he brings the voice of the State of Israel and the free market principles to a global audience  
Hazan is also a lecturer for politics and served in the past as a parliamentary assistant to the chairman of the Likud and as an advisor to the minister of education. He was a regular columnist for the daily newspaper Israel Hayom.

Eli Hazan

Foreign Affairs Director, Likud Party, Israel

bio    @realEliHazan

Richard Milsom

ACRE Chief Executive


Milsom leads the growth and engagement efforts of the fastest growing European political party, the Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe.  He leads ACREs work in reinforcing its presence across Europe, and beyond. He is a seasoned political consultant and expert with extensive experience in government, public policy and strategic communications. Prior to his political work, he was a successful businessman. He holds a university degree from the university of Cambridge.

Richard Milsom

ACRE Chief Executive

bio    

ACRE

La Convenzione Blu

AGENDA

La Convenzione Blu - Adesso Insieme! Together Now!

Friday - 22nd February 2019

10.00

ACRE Council Meeting

Council Members only.

A.Roma Lifestyle Hotel - Rome

11:30

Coffee Break

11:45

ACRE Women's Meeting
Women's voices in the future of Europe?

Europe is going through some changes. The membership of the EU is changing with the withdrawal of the UK from the Union. We are also seeing political parties come to power that are questioning the status-quo. This panel will look at the voices of women in the future of our continent and look at how as Conservatives we can continue to empower both men and women in shaping our continents future.
Moderator: Neva Sadikoglu-Novaky, Secretary General of ACRE Women's Movement
Panelists:
Nino Goguadze MP, Chairman of ACRE Women's Movement
Jan Zahradil MEP, chairman of the Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe
Isabella Rauti, Member if the Italian Senate
Adela Mîrza, President of M10 Party Romania (Member of "The Right Alternative” Political Alliance)

A.Roma Lifestyle Hotel - Rome

12:30

Lunch Break

A.Roma Lifestyle Hotel - Rome

15:30 - 18:30

La Convenzione Blu Summit

Villa Miani - Rome

Departure from hotel at 14.30

15.30 - Richard Milsom

15.35 - Panel Discussion I: Migration

- Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown (Chair) MP

- Angel Dzhambazki MEP

- Javier Garcia Martin

- Carlo Fidanza MP

16.05 - Panel Discussion II: Security & Defense

- Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown (Chair) MP

- Eli Hazan

- Laurentiu Rebega MEP

- Giulio Terzi di Sant'Agata

16.35 - Coffee Break

17.00 - Raffaele Fitto MEP

17.05 - Ryszard Legukto MEP

17.20 - Jan Zahradil MEP

17.35 - Giorgia Meloni MP

18.30 - 22.30

Drinks Reception & Gala Dinner at Villa Miani

 

Saturday - 23rd February 2019

10.30

Visit to Musei Vaticani & Cappella Sistina

Departure from hotel at 09:30

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International Guest

350€

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