On Monday, the 12th, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Italian Foreign Minister Luigi de Mayo discussed the countries’ approach to climate change, with the aim of representing Rome as a leader. Luigi said the topic was a point of cooperation with Washington, with “investing in green to create new jobs” and policies that control the environment.
In a broadcast interview RAI After the meeting, the Italian minister spoke with John Kerry, the US government’s ambassador to the environment, and pointed out that the two agreed to use the G20 for such approaches, as well as COP26. Italy shares with the United Kingdom that the countries of the group represent “important leaders on the subject”.
Another aspect addressed was the recent crisis in Ukraine, which has escalated tensions with Russia. “There will be new opportunities for dialogue between European and American leaders in the coming days,” De Mio said.
In a statement, Foreign Ministry spokesman Nate Price said that the delegates had “confirmed their unwavering support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and discussed the need for Russia to end its dangerous military position with its neighbors in Crimea and on the borders.”
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