Med-Or Day: greetings from the guests

During the Med-Or Day ceremony we collected the greetings and comments of some of the guests. You will find them all enclosed in these short videos we realized.

Luigi Di Maio - Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation

Luciana Lamorgese - Italian Minister of Interior

Lorenzo Guerini - Italian Minister of Defence

Andrea Orlando - Italian Minister of Labour and Social Policy

Nicola Zingaretti - President of the Lazio Region

Dimitris Avramopoulos - Former EU Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship

Khouri Fayiz - Ambassador of the HK of Jordan to the Republic of Italy

Luciano Carta - Leonardo Chairman

Alessandro Profumo - Leonardo CEO

Roberta Pinotti - Chairperson of the Italian Senate Defence Committee

Piero Fassino - President of the Foreign Affairs and EU Committee of the Italian Chamber of Deputies

Raffaele Volpi - Former President COPASIR (Italian Parliamentary Committee for the Security of the Republic)

Gianni Letta - Former Undersecretary of State to the Italian Prime Minister

Enzo Vecciarelli - Italian Chief of the Defense Staff

Maurizio Molinari - Editor in Chief “La Repubblica” newspaper


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