The visit is aimed at verifying the contents and feasibility of the candidacy dossier presented by the promoting committee
– The delegates of the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) arrived in Rome yesterday in charge of assessing the feasibility of Italy’s candidacy for Expo 2023. The visit is aimed at verifying the contents and feasibility of the candidacy dossier presented by the Expo 2023 promoting committee last September 7 in Paris. A packed agenda of meetings for the delegates, which began in the splendid setting of the Trajan’s Markets with a focus on “Mobility and accessibility” in the presence of the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Matteo Salvini.
The meeting was attended by the CEOs of various transport companies, including the President of the AdSP of the Central-Northern Tyrrhenian Sea, Pino Musolino, who illustrated the potential of logistics, mobility and accommodation capacities in Rome and Lazio. “I had the opportunity to illustrate the maritime interconnections between Civitavecchia and the various Mediterranean countries, emphasizing the potential of investments, also included within the Pnrr. Some of these have already started and others, highly strategic, will start within the year. Yesterday’s meeting was very constructive: as a country, as a region, as a capital and, as far as we are concerned, as Ports of Rome and Lazio, we have a great opportunity to reaffirm the importance and centrality of Italy in the world, compared also to the competition from Busan (South Korea) and Riyadh (Saudi Arabia)”, declares the number one of Molo Vespucci.