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CIRCLE Participates In “Stay Connected: Infrastructures As A Tool For Economic Integration In The Mediterranean” At MED Dialogues In Rome

CIRCLE participates in “Stay Connected: Infrastructures as a Tool for Economic Integration in the Mediterranean” at MED Dialogues in Rome

Genoa, December 5, 2019 Circle S.p.A., a specialist in the analysis and development of automation and digitalization solutions for the port sectors and intermodal logistics, has announced its participation in the “Stay Connected: Infrastructures as a Tool for Economic Integration in the Mediterranean” Forum, in Rome on December 5, 2019. The meeting is part of the broader program of meetings in the framework of MED
Dialogues. MED Dialogues, now in its fifth edition, will be held in Rome between December 5-7, 2019, at the Hotel Parco dei Principi, via Gerolamo Frescobaldi 5, organized by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and ISPI (Italian Institute for International Political Studies). Over the three days, more than 40 world political leaders and over 1000 business leaders, academics and representatives of the main international organizations are expected to participate. Circle participates in the appointment as DG MOVE Consultant through the speech of Alexio Picco – Chief Consultant for the Coordinator for Motorways of the Sea and Managing Director of Circle – scheduled at 4.30 p.m. in Room Sforza D, within the panel “Sustainability and Climate Change: the New Driver of Cooperation in the Mediterranean”. The aim of the MED Dialogues is to contribute to facing the challenges and opportunities posed by the “enlarged” Mediterranean, by focusing on the great opportunities that a positive agenda on development can offer. Among the strategic issues at the heart of the debate are: the main regional crises (with a focus on Libya and Syria); the challenges posed by the ongoing transition processes; the geopolitical competition between the various regional actors; terrorism and the fate of ISIS; the management of migration flows; the geopolitical impact of climate change; the new energy scenarios; and the role of investments and technological innovation in the region. Source: Circle

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