In occasion of this assembly (which continues until the 29th) ANSA is to take over the presidency of AMAN, and has promoted a day of seminars called "Italy for the Mediterranean - Information and Development" - with the objective of contributing to a closer partnership and improved ties between the two sides of the sea, especially in the light of the big political and social changes going on on the south shore.
At the Farnesina tomorrow morning the discussions will focus on Italy and the Mediterranean, with the contributions the presidents of the regions of Campania, Stefano Caldoro, Lazio, Renata Polverini, Calabria, Giuseppe Scopelliti, and Puglia, Nichi Vendola.
The seminar will then continue at the Gregorian University, with representatives of Italian institutions and the EU commission with a panel on the theme "Italian Institutions in the Mediterranean: Italian investments in the light of the Arab Spring", introduced by the CEO of ANSA Giuseppe Cerbone. The microphone will then be handed to a panel of RAI journalists and of the main Italian newspapers, who will debate about "Communication for cooperation: information, editorial systems and multimedia content as a driving force for the Mediterranean Network." The conversation will be moderated by the director of ANSA Luigi Contu.
Besides ANSA, AMAN includes the following press agencies: ANADOLU, AFP, AMI, ANA, APS, ATA, CNA, EFE, HINA, JANA, LUSA, MAP, MENA, NNA, SANA, TANJUG, TAP and WAFA. The talks of the 21st General assembly will end on June 29 with the official ceremony which will hand over the presidency of AMAN from Hachimi Idrissi, director general of MAP, the Moroccan Agency, to ANSA's president Giulio Anselmi. (ANSAmed).