Monsignor Rino Fischella, the ‘director’ to whom Pope Francis has entrusted the organization of the event, explained, commenting on the face-to-face meeting: “Everyone has brought his or her contribution to the issues that are linked to welcoming pilgrims and tourists ” which will arrive in Rome for the Holy Year of 2025. The first works will begin in July of this year
It was “a very effective meeting, it went very well”. These are the words of Monsignor Rino Fischella, the ‘director’ to whom Pope Francis has entrusted the organization of the events related to the Jubilee, referring to this afternoon’s meeting with the government delegation led by Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni. The Vatican Secretary of State, Card. Peter Parolino. “During the meeting, which lasted about an hour and a half, the parties expressed gratitude – a note from the Vatican also underlines – for the collaboration between theItaly and the Holy See and waiting for an event that will be able to give
a spiritual and cultural contribution to the city of Rome and to the country”.
Who attended the meeting
Also present for Italy were the vice-presidents Antonio Tajani and Matteo Salvini, the undersecretary to the Prime Minister Alfredo Mantovano and the various ministers who, within their competences, have a role in “welcoming the pilgrims who will arrive for the 2025 Jubilee”. Also at the table were the mayor of Rome Roberto Gualtieri and the governor of Lazio Francesco Rocca.
First works in July
“Everyone brought their contribution to the issues that are linked to the reception of pilgrims and tourists” who will arrive in Rome for the Holy Year of 2025. “The mayor Roberto Gualtieri – reports Msgr. Fisichella – updated on what are the initiatives launched several months ago through the control room” at Palazzo Chigi. “The first works will start in July of this year”.