Italy, France: crossed gazes on the Mediterranean
The first seminar on the relations between Italy and France in the Mediterranean was held in Rome, promoted by Med-Or in collaboration with Limes and La Vigie
On Friday 24 and Saturday 25 February, the Foundation hosted a seminar in its headquarters in Rome dedicated to the relations between Italy and France in the Broader Mediterranean, promoted by Med-Or in collaboration with the magazine Limes and the French think tank La Vigie.
The event, the first dedicated to the specific theme of the relations between Italy and France projected in the geopolitical context of the Broader Mediterranean, took place over the two days through 6 different discussion panels in which Italian and French speakers alternated, in a confrontation with the audience in the room composed of experts mainly from the diplomatic, industrial, and military worlds. In the wake of the signing of the Quirinal Treaty, the seminar, which was held behind closed doors, allowed an open and in-depth discussion of some of the most important dossiers concerning the two countries, at both bilateral and multilateral levels, especially with regard to the situation in the different areas of the Mediterranean, the ongoing crises, the different interests at stake, and the actors present at regional level.