Dear Director Ignitor: This is the name of Draghi’s atomic problem with Putin. An issue that risks slipping the long-awaited extraordinary G-20 over Afghanistan that is consuming all of Super Mario’s energies.
The prime minister, in fact, is not comfortable in the field of international politics, but the “Ignitor” affair, which provoked the indignation of the entire Soviet world of science towards Italy – something really important in Russia – now threatens to separate from Italy. A new diplomatic diaspora. At the level of realpolitik where power relations are measured and that’s it, the discourse is very clear. The countries most interested in the Afghan crisis (Russia, China, Pakistan and Tajikistan) came together and coordinated immediately after the fall of Kabul within the already existing regional security organization and had no interest in this G-20. At the center of the Ignitor case, on the other hand, was Claudio Descalzi Eni.
In recent days, the “six-legged dog” announced that it had successfully conducted, along with Cfs and MIT in Boston, the first test of a supermagnet that should manage the nuclear fusion of deuterium and tritium by magnetic confinement, capable, in essence containing the effect of a thermonuclear phenomenon very strong. Everything would be great if not for the serious expulsion of the Russians, which was considered an insult. “Ignitor” was born from the intuition of one of the greatest Italian physicists, Professor Bruno Coppi, who conducted these studies with the decisive support of the Italian government in close cooperation with the highest scientific and political authorities of Russia. Not to mention the commitment of two great physicists like Niccol D’Amico and Giovanni Benami who will turn to the grave. The project, which could not be imposed more or less than that announced by Eni in recent days, was one of the successes of the Berlusconi government, which was approved even by Cipe, thanks to the precious work of then-Minister Maria Stella Gilmini, who on a mission in Moscow met with elite scientists Soviet physicists, from MV Kovalchuk to Eugene Velikov and all those who gathered at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research. The agreement was celebrated in the Moscow representative halls of Denezhnij Pereulok, near one of the historical districts of the capital, by Ambassador Antonio Zanardi Landi.
“Ignitor” was even the subject of a special protocol signed at Villa Girnetto in Brianza, in 2010, by Berlusconi and Putin at a summit devoted to energy cooperation which also formed an important triangle between the United States and Russia under the auspices of Italy with the blessing of both the “intelligence” CIA and Gru and Aise. For a few days, the unease of the Italian physicists and the many government institutions that worked on the project as well as Russian grievances remained on the table of the prime minister trying to understand why this trilateral initiative took another path. , Moscow cut itself off. It certainly couldn’t be the result of a well-known pro-Atlantic Draghi, who probably knows nothing about him, mired in vaccines and PNRR money in a queue to be spent. Also because, in fact, he really needs to catch up with Putin if he wants to be with him, at least live, at the G-20. But in Moscow, in addition to the anger at Ignitor, they still remember with alarm Draghi’s harsh words in his comment on European sanctions against Belarus by Alexander Lukashenko, a great friend of Tsar Vladimir: “The level of Russian interference with both spies and the Web has become alarming ». As well as statements The anti-Turkish “dictator” Erdogan on which Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio put a final paper during his meeting with his colleague from Ankara in New York, on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly.
Moreover, it is still not possible to understand why Eni, which thrives on buying billions of cubic meters of methane from Russia, would make such a relational slip. Ori e Ori’s announcement of a new nuclear fusion supermagnet may have wanted to overshadow some of the critical issues for the San Donato group, which is now constantly seeking Francesco Starace’s Enel on all the alternative energy fronts, from photovoltaics, to wind turbines via offshore wind. This time, to reconnect with Putin, Super Mario will do well with some advice from Berlusconi; Professor Giavazzi, who was so generous in giving advice to all, must remind him that Vladimir even went to visit his friend Silvio at home when he was bound to social services, and, in a more than familiar atmosphere, began to throw the ball at Dodo. This time, my dragee, instead of the usual fire, will have to use honey to repair relations with the Russian bear.
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