(ANSA) – Trieste, May 23 – The strong growth and development of the aviation sector was at the center of the meeting between Vice President of the Venice Giulia Chamber of Commerce, Massimiliano Ciarucci, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Belgium to Italy. Pierre-Emmanuel de Pauw, accompanied at the meeting by the Honorary Consul of the Kingdom of Belgium in Trieste, Guido Carignani.
On the other hand, if ports and logistics are key economic sectors that already link Belgium and Friuli Venezia Giulia, then there is no doubt that the important role played by Belgium and Italy within the European Space Agency (ESA) represents significant joint growth opportunities in the aerospace industry, a statement said.
“In this area – emphasized Ciarrocchi – the Committee for the Promotion of the Alpe Adria Group of Spaces and Technologies (CT3A), which is the desired result of an initiative supported by the Venezia Giulia Chamber of Commerce, includes about twenty promoters who participated in the analysis of feasibility studies, but which are now also available to create a group capable of Integration of technological, scientific and industrial skills found in Friuli Venezia Giulia.
General knowledge – added Ciarrocchi – functional for a role with great potential in a rapidly developing and growing sector “. An initiative that Ambassador De Pauw evaluated very positively, ready to check immediately the possible links between the two regions precisely from the point of view of that “integration that The basis of interactions between European countries should be based on less competition and greater cooperation” (ANSA).
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