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Press releases 8 February 2022
"Growing pro-EU sentiment, let's not disappoint expectations and speed up the National Recovery and Resilience Plan"
"The new Eurobarometer data published today by the European Parliament are very encouraging. Trust, approval and a sense of belonging to the EU are increasing among Italians," Undersecretary Amendola wrote on Facebook. This is mainly thanks to the EU's response to the health and socio-economic crisis. However, the Undersecretary warned, "Let's speed up the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, a great opportunity that must be turned into real projects for change."
Club of Venice 2 December 2021
Club of Venice – Autumn Plenary 2021
On 2 and 3 December 2021, the Department organised the autumn session of the Club of Venice, which brought together, in person and remotely, over 80 institutional representatives and public communication experts from all European countries. The topics on the agenda were the Conference on the Future of Europe, public communication related to COVID-19, the management of recovery plans, and climate change.
COVID-19 , Club of Venice , Conference on the Future of Europe
News 21 April 2021
Towards an international treaty on pandemics
Leaders from around the world call for an international treaty to better prevent and respond to pandemics, learning from the COVID-19 lesson. President Draghi among the leaders signing the joint statement.
17 March 2021
Amendola: "Austria and Italy, together for the EU Digital Green Certificate and the vaccination campaign"
"Austria and Italy stand shoulder to shoulder in the fight against the pandemic. With Austria's Federal Minister for the EU, Karoline Edstadler, I discussed the EU coordinated response to COVID-19, with major focus on vaccines and the 'Green Digital Certificate'." Vincenzo Amendola, Undersecretary for European Affairs, stated it after meeting his Austrian counterpart, Karoline Edstadler, at Palazzo Chigi.
Club of Venice 4 December 2020
Club of Venice - Autumn session 2020
The autumn session of the Club of Venice, the two-day event which brought together more than eighty institutional representatives and public communication experts from all European countries, was held via videoconference.
News 3 December 2020
The COVID-19 crisis and new communication challenges at the heart of discussions at Club of Venice meeting
The autumn session of the Club of Venice, the two-day meeting gathering more than eighty institutional representatives and public communication experts from all European countries, startstoday by video conference. "The COVID-19 has brought us to decisions that invest not only the ancient values of our Union but also fundamental choices for our future", said Minister Amendola in his opening speech. "Communication is crucial to withstand the impact of these major challenges".