The Prime Minister brought her solidarity to the Jewish community
Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni visited the Synagogue of Rome today, 10 October, to show her solidarity with the Jewish community. The Prime Minister met the Chief Rabbi Sandro Di Segni with whom she spoke for about an hour before leaving the Temple.
The phone call to Netanyahu
In the aftermath of the Hamas attack against Israel, Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni expressed Italy’s closeness to the Jewish state in a telephone conversation with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in which she reiterated the full solidarity of the Italian government for the attacks suffered. ensuring that Rome will work with international partners to coordinate support.
Last night the summit with the USA, France, Germany and GB
And last night, in fact, Meloni at a telephone meeting with the President of the United States, Joe Biden, the British Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the German Chancellor, Olaf Scholz, dedicated precisely to the examination of the serious crisis in the Middle East at the end of which the five Heads of State and Government, we read in a note from Palazzo Chigi, “expressed firm support for Israel and an unequivocal condemnation of the appalling criminal acts of Hamas, which have caused a terrible number of innocent victims, including children, women and the elderly. We then discussed the most urgent political initiatives to be undertaken together. The protection of the lives of the hostages, starting with children, even of very young age, is an absolute priority and on it diplomatic efforts will be concentrated.”