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Technical Roundtable For Venice Starts Work

Technical Roundtable for Venice starts work

Rome, Italy (PortSEurope) August 6, 2021 – The Minister of Infrastructure and Sustainable Mobility Enrico Giovannini has hosted the first meeting of the Technical Roundtable for Venice which aims to set up a forum of interested parties to find an agreed roadmap for handling the visits of cruise ships to Venice. The Technical Roundtable agreed to divide into three thematic groups, the first concerning the
daily operation of the MOSE System, the second on the longer-term issues concerning the MOSE itself and the third on works necessary for the application of the Grandi Navi Decree law. Fundamental challenges that will impact on the future of the entire lagoon and its port community, and which see the Government ready to intervene with an important investment plan in the short, medium and long term coming from the PNRR (Complementary Fund) as well as from other funds to be exploited to the fullest.  The Technical Table will instead officially meet in plenary on two other occasions, for a Mid-Term Meeting in mid-September and a Final Meeting in October, when the final work will be presented.  The technical representatives designated by the following institutions and associations took part in today’s meeting: the Extraordinary Commissioner for MOSE, the Prefecture of Venice, the Interregional Superintendency for Public Works of Veneto, Trentino-Alto Adige and Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the Capitaneria di Port – Coast Guard of Venice, the Veneto Region, the Metropolitan City of Venice and the Municipality of Venice, the Port System Authority of the Northern Adriatic Sea, the municipalities of Chioggia and Cavallino Treporti, the Venice Port Community and the Venezia Nuova Consortium. Source: Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport (Italy) Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.

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