Domenica, 21 Ottobre 2018

Former Italian FM, NATO hopeful, stumps in Rome


Rome, April 8 - Former Italian foreign minister
Franco Frattini, a candidate to become the next
secretary-general of NATO, pushed for the military alliance to
be more open to cooperation with other international bodies on
Frattini, who served under ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi of
the center-right People of Freedom (PdL) party, was speaking at
the NATO Defense College in Rome.
He is the current president of the Italian Society for
International Organization.
He stressed that NATO, which includes 28 member states,
should embrace relations with countries in North Africa, the
Persian Gulf and the Middle East at large, via NATO-backed
initiatives such as the Mediterranean Dialogue and the Istanbul
Cooperation Council, as well as other international bodies such
as the Gulf Cooperation Council, the Arab League and the African
Frattini also had a closed-door meeting with Arne Dalhaug,
head of the college.

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