Members of Italy's lower house of parliament will on Thursday question representatives of the Atlantic Treaty Association's Italian chapter on the country's policies to bring peace and stability to the Mediterranean, the parliament said in a statement.
At the hearing, scheduled to start at 9am, members of the lower house of parliament's foreign affairs committee will quiz members of the Italian Atlantic Committee, according to the statement.
The hearing will be streamed live on the parliament's website, the statement said.
The ATA is an umbrella organization which acts as a forum for debate between political leaders, academics, military officials, and diplomats in support the values enshrined in the North Atlantic Treaty - freedom, liberty, peace, security and the rule of law. It is independent of NATO.