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Minister Intotero, working visit to Italy. Meetings with officials of local administration and representatives of trade unions, on the agenda

A delegation headed by the Minister for Romanians Abroad Natalia-Elena Intotero will pay a working visit to Italy, May 3-6, according to a press statement of the Ministry for Romanians Abroad issued on Wednesday.

The trip will begin in the Puglia region, in Bari, and will end in the Lazio region in Rome.

The minister’s agenda will include meetings with representatives of local administrations, NGOs, trade union organisations and members of Christian Orthodox faith.

According to data with the National Statistics Institute of Italy (ISTAT), the Romanian community in Italy is 1,168,552 out of a total of 5,046,994 legally residing foreigners, or 23 percent, the largest such community.

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