(ANSA) – Turin, January 18 – On the first day of the mission to New York, the Mayor of Turin, Stefano Lo Russo, and the President of the Region, Alberto Serio, solemnly invited the Secretary-General of the United Nations to the Piedmontese capital. “With MoMa instead – they explain – we are evaluating in agreement with the government and the Under-Secretary for Culture the possibility of bringing a partnership exhibition to Turin. Our aim is to promote the international vocation of our lands. And to do it together is a way to give a strong institutional guarantee, especially with international interlocutors”.
Ambassador Massari stresses the importance of the visit “given the role that local realities play in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Turin is therefore essential as a pole for the United Nations. Italy relaunches its strategic partnership with the United Nations and in this context promotes local best practices such as those of Turin and Piedmont , which is very important to us.”
Among Lo Russo and Cirio’s commitments scheduled for tomorrow in New York is meeting with New York Mayor Eric Adams. There will also be moments of discussion with the director of Bloomberg and with GEI (Italian Exponents Group) which brings together high-level entrepreneurs and professionals of Italian origin and roots in the United States. (Dealing).
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