Ambassador Varricchio's commitment to the future and the relaunching of Italy's action in the USA

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The future and the relaunch of Italy's action in the United States, after a year marked by the pandemic and the emergence of new challenges on the economic and social levels, was the central theme of a series of coordination meetings chaired by the Italian Ambassador to the USA, Armando Varricchio, with the main institutional players (Consulates, ICE, Italian Cultural Institutes, Chambers of Commerce, Bank of Italy and ENIT), representatives of the Italian community (COMITES and CGIE), members of Parliament elected in the North American constituency, school directors and managers of the main companies present in the American territory.

The willingness to contribute to provide increasingly efficient services in support of communities and companies was confirmed. The conclusion of the Pact for Export has made it possible to channel important resources for the internationalization of the Country System and more funds available for integrated promotion in the USA, which will be at the service of the recovery of our exports. Despite the complexity of the economic context, the picture drawn by the companies present in the American productive fabric was particularly positive.

"It is more important than ever - said Varricchio - to work as a team to ensure that Italy plays a leading role in the United States, our main ally and the first market for Italian exports outside the EU, in the start-up phase of a season full of expectations in terms of public health and economic recovery".

"I am certain," the diplomat continued on the eve of President-elect Biden's inauguration ceremony, at which he will represent Italy on Wednesday, January 20, "that with the new Administration, our country will be able to further deepen collaboration in the main bilateral and international dossiers, in a year that will see Italy as a protagonist on the global scene, with the presidency of the G20 and the Conference of the Parties on climate change."

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