The Italian embassy in Doha has joined the ‘green’ network of (Italian) embassies and consulates around the world after forging a partnership with Qatari company Elite Paper Recycling (EPR) yesterday to promote environmental sustainability.
Plans are being discussed to organise a Qatar-Italy business and investment forum to spur trade growth between both countries’ private sectors, according to an official of a business confederation representing 150,000 small and major Italian companies.
Italy will sign a memorandum of understanding with China to officially support Beijing's massive Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), the Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs said Monday.
Eighty-seven migrants in a wooden boat have been rescued off the Italian island of Lampedusa and are due to arrive in Malta on Wednesday, officials said.
The latest visit of Italian frigate 'Carlo Margottini' to Qatar underlines the strong military partnership between the Italian and Qatari navies, especially focusing on training programmes and education, continuous contact and exchange of best practices, Italian ambassador Pasquale Salzano has said.
Qatar and Italy are on track exploring “new grounds” and “new investment possibilities,” according to the editor of an Italian broadsheet, who also expressed optimism that there is “more room for growth” between the two countries.
An Italian Senate committee voted on Tuesday to block an investigation into accusations of kidnapping against Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini over his decision to hold 150 migrants on board a ship for five days last August.
Council of Europe Human Rights Commissioner Dunja Mijatovic has asked Italy to clarify how it will protect the rights of people affected by controversial new asylum rules.
Italian law enforcement authorities in the crime-infested southern province of Foggia on Tuesday claimed a major victory by arresting 16 suspected mobsters.
Migrants forced to remain on board the ship that rescued them off the coast of Libya almost two weeks ago stepped onto dry land in Sicily on Thursday ...
Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said 47 migrants who have been blocked at sea off Sicily for almost two weeks on a humanitarian rescue ship will be allowed to come ashore on Wednesday, ending the latest migrant standoff.
An Italian Senate committee was starting a debate on Wednesday on the lifting of parliamentary immunity for Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, who has been charged with "kidnapping" migrants on a rescue boat.