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Di Maio voices 'strong' support for Dubai Expo

Italy is putting "all the necessary resources" into Dubai Expo 2020 and fully backs the trade fair that can help speed its recovery from the economic ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic, foreign minister Luigi Di Maio said Monday during a visit to the UAE.

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Conte appeals for rapid reform in Lebanon

Italy will be best be able to help crisis-mired Lebanon if the Mideast nation pulls together and begins a process of reforms "immediately", premier Giuseppe Conte said on Tuesday during a visit.

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Historic friendship between Italy, Lebanon - Conte

"My visit confirms Italy's historic friendship and closeness to Lebanon especially since the tragic explosion on 4 August, Conte said after talks with Lebanon's president Michel Aoun in Beirut on Tuesday.

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Conte in visit to blast-ravaged Beirut

Italy's premier Giuseppe Conte will visit the Lebanese capital Beirut on Tuesday, where he will visit its blast-devastated port, an Italian field hospital and hold talks with top officials, Conte's office said Monday in a statement.

Del Re, Italian envoy meet NGOs in Lebanon

Italy's deputy foreign minister Emanuela Del Re and its ambassador to Lebanon Nicoletta Bombardiere on Thursday met Italian and Lebanese civil society organisations during a visit by Del Re to the crisis-hit country, Del Re tweeted.

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Italy ready to give more aid to Lebanon - govt

Italy is willing to give more help to Lebanon in the wake of last month's devastating blast at Beirut's port and amid its economic and political crisis, deputy foreign minister Emanuela Del Re said on Wednesday.

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Lebanon's FM visits Italy-led UN peacekeepers

Lebanon's foreign minister Nassif Hitti visited the Naqoura headquarters of the Italian-led United Nations peacekeeping mission, its area of operations and the Blue Line frontline demarcation, UNIFIL said in a statement.

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Di Maio in Libya visit

Italy's foreign minister Luigi Di Maio will travel to war-ravaged Libya in "the next few days", he told public broadcaster RAI's 'Porta Porta' TV talk on Tuesday, calling for greater dialogue "with all sides" in the conflict.

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