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Port Of Venice Management Committee Meets

Port of Venice management committee meets

Venice, Italy (PortSEurope) April 6, 2021 – The Management Committee of Autorita’ di Sistema Portuale del Mare Adriatico Settentrionale (AdSP – Northern Adriatic Sea Port Authority) was held March 30 in the presence of the Extraordinary Commissioner of the Authority Cinzia Zincone, the Maritime Director of Veneto pro tempore Piero Pellizzari, the Commander of the Port of Chioggia Michele Messina, by Fabrizio Giri, representing the
Metropolitan City of Venice, and Maria Rosaria Anna Campitelli, representing the Veneto Region. In the opening communications, the Commissioner informed the Management Committee of the actions that the administration is carrying out also in view of the approval of the budget. The Committee unanimously approved the resolution for the issue and renewal of three multi-year port state concessions. The body, at the request of its members, instead decided to postpone to the next meeting the opinion on the requests for the issue of four infra-year licenses for stretches of water with respect to which the Port Authority of Venice and Chioggia had expressed itself with some prescriptions that the dealer must undertake to implement. “I thank all the members of the Committee for their fruitful collaboration – comments Cinzia Zincone, Extraordinary Commissioner of Autorita’ di Sistema Portuale del Mare Adriatico Settentrionale (AdSP – Northern Adriatic Sea Port Authority) – We are resuming an institutional path that sees us engaged from today in implementing the plan for the release of state-owned concessions and at the same time, starting from the next session, we will begin to work on what will lead us towards the approval of the institution’s budget”. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.

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