G7 Capri 2024, the summit ends: Tajani leaves the island

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It ended at noon in theaters Grand Hotel KwesisanaThe three-day Capri 2024 G7 Foreign Ministers Meeting, chaired by the Vice President of the Council and Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, His Excellency Mr. Antonio Tajani. Intense days that saw the world's greats confront each other in an attempt to resolve international policy issues that unfortunately affect the entire planet.

This morning, after the last working meeting, the ministers of the seven countries concluded their document, and the island was gradually cleared of foreign politicians, of law enforcement agencies committed and deployed for the safety of tourists and residents until the disembarkation into the port of Marina Grande where the patrol boats of the Guardia di Finanza and the Coast Guard were. Waiting for politicians willing to return them to the mainland.

Mobilize for Minister Tajaniwhether in Piazzetta or in Marina Grande, where he was accompanied by the mayors of the island, Marino Limbaugh Mayor of Capri E Alessandro Scopa Mayor of Anacapri, to greet the citizens and thank them for choosing the island as the venue for an event of this magnitude.

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On the sidewalk he lined up to say hello TajaniAnd local law enforcement agencies, and before boarding the patrol boat gangway, Minister Tajani was pleasantly surprised: Paulino linen He left his place to bring for Tajani personally as a gift, a bottle of pure limoncello, a typical product of his lemon house in Palazzo a Mare, which Tajani had shown he appreciated since his first visit to Capri.

Then, despite the rough seas, the Guardia di Finanza patrol boat set off towards Castellammare, where Tajani was expected to head to another location in southern Italy. With this last friendship, the lights went out on the G7 in Capri.

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