Di Maio, we are not a lazaret we demand respect – Politics

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“In these days I have heard a lot about Italy. It does not seem to me the time to make controversy, but I want to say one thing clearly: we demand respect. If anyone thinks of treating us like a lazar, then know that we will not remain immobile”. Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio writes on Facebook about the reopening of borders. “We need a European response because if we act in a different and decomposed way, the EU spirit is lost. And Europe collapses”, underlines the minister.

“In these days I have heard a lot about Italy. It does not seem to me the time to make controversy, but I want to say one thing clearly: we need respect. We must always measure words and actions. If anyone thinks of treating us like a hospital, then know that we will not stand still. ” Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio writes on Facebook about the topic of reopening borders. “Patience has a limit – continues the owner of the Farnesina – And for charity, I also understand the competition between individual States, it is legitimate, provided that it is healthy and fair. Because there is a fact that I proudly claim: the Italy is beautiful, unique, has crazy wonders, fantastic beaches. And most likely it has no rivals. ” “Now on the issue of the reopening of borders – Di Maio underlines – we need a European response, because if we act in a different and decomposed way, the EU spirit is lost. And Europe collapses”.

Di Maio also announced that he will be on a mission in Germany on June 5, in Slovenia on June 6 and in Greece on 9. “In these meetings – he announced on Fb – I will explain to my colleagues that Italy is ready from June 15 to receive foreign tourists and that we will act with the utmost transparency. The internal situation, all the data on the infections, will always be public. We do not accept blacklists and we have nothing to hide, on the contrary. We have always acted with responsibility and transparency and we will continue to do it, “he says.

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