FRIULI AND SLOVENIA FOR DEVELOPMENT OF TOURISM IN MOUNTAIN VALLEY IN THE TOWERPrint this Article
The most important proposals that emerged from the meeting of Lusevera (Bardo) in the Alta Val Torre, between the Minister for Slovenes in the World Oltreconfine and Tina Komel and the president of Friuli Venezia Giulia Debora Serracchiani (pictured) were the cross-border projects, aimed at the exploitation of mountain tourism, investment to create jobs and curb the depopulation of the area and the transformation of the local primary school in bilingual institution. The meeting was organized by ' Union Emigrants Slovene in Friuli Venezia Giulia - Slovenci little Svetu and the City of Lusevera, was also attended by the regional director Christian Shaurli, the mayor of Lusevera Marchiol Guido, the president and director of the Association of Emigrants , Dante Del Medical and Renzo Mattelig. Institutional representatives of Slovenia and Friuli Venezia Giulia was presented the history and reality of the Alta Val Torre and Slovenes in the province of Udine. Serracchiani, thanking the Minister Komel for the "extraordinary, effective, constructive and sincere welcome" he received during his recent visit to Ljubljana, demonstrated attention, together with the host Slovene, for the problems of the language community in mountain areas and disadvantaged. "This is the part of the mountains of Friuli Venezia Giulia - said the president of the region - which has been the most abandoned to itself. Today's meeting shows that you can develop a successful cross-border cooperation in tourism, connections and infrastructure and create opportunities for development of the territory. " The participants welcomed the proposed Serracchiani to create a working group , made up of Italian and Slovenian mayors and experts, to define proposals concrete cross-border development "that will accompany the region and Slovenia - said Serracchiani - in view of the next programming European Union ". Komel drew attention to the "new communication" strengthened between Slovenia and Italy, in particular with the Friuli Venezia Giulia, on which are provided potivi results.
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