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Trade, EU competitiveness key to Italy's G20 presidency

Openness to international trade, European Union competitiveness, WTO reform, sustainable development, social and gender issues, and small-to-medium-sized firms are crucial themes of Italy's G20 presidency this year as well for the EU, Italy's foreign ministry said in a statement on Tuesday.

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Italy hails new unified Libyan transitional govt

The government welcomed the election of a new unified interim Libyan executive on Friday by 75 UN-appointed delegates in Geneva, calling the outcome of the vote "an important step" towards stabilising Italy's war-wracked former colony.

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Italy condemns Nalvalny prison sentence

Italy has deplored the three-and-a-half-year jail term that a Moscow court handed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny on Tuesday for breaching the terms of a suspended sentence for embezzlement.

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Italy's envoy Buccino, Libya's Fezzan region mull sustainable development

Envoy to Libya Giuseppe Buccino on Monday held talks with mayors, academics and local activists from the war-torn country's impoverished southwest Fezzan region as well as representatives of Italy's overseas aid agency, Bari's agronomic institute, association of local councils (Anci) and the Aracpacis NGO.

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Italy condemns army coup in Myanmar, wave of arrests

Italy on Monday deplored Myanmar's military coup against the democratically elected government and the arrest of Nobel peace laureate and civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi and other leaders of her party over alleged electoral fraud.

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Italy, US eye stronger defence cooperation

Bolstering military cooperation, war-wracked Afghanistan and Libya as well as Afghanistan were the focus of phone talks Friday between Italy's defence secretary Lorenzo Guerini and his US counterpart Lloyd Austin.

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Italy halts arms exports to Saudi Arabia, UAE

Italy's government has blocked weapons sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, foreign minister Luigi Di Maio stated on Friday. Both Gulf states belong to an Arab coalition that has been bombing war-torn Yemen since 2015 in a deadly bid to defeat Houthi rebels and restore president Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi's rule.

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