2013 (EN)

Took place in San Marino the 3° Antimafia Summit, with the participation –among others – of State Secretary Gian Carlo Venturini and Giuseppe Maria Morganti, Italian Ambassador in San Marino Republic Barbara Bregato, of Senator Mario Michele Giarrusso, Member of Antimafia Parliamentar Commission , Senator Lorenzo Diana, League of Legality, Salvatore Calleri, president of Caponnetto Foundation, Domenico Bilotta, Caponnetto Foundation National Responsible for School, Michele Capasso, president of Fondazione Mediterraneo. The last one, during his speech, not only dealt with the mafia problem, but also about foreign policy: “There are no more big statesmen as were in the past and this is the most important reason because there is brutality based on illegality.” Still, I’ll tell to youngs that this is the time to dare, to be peace makers. The challenge is everyone has the power of his life in his hands. San Marino’s role is important: you are a small Republic, talking about physical dimensions of your state, but for your History you are great.” From this point starting the relaunch of a project which could comport youth exchange all over the world, from needy areas from Italy, Europe and all over the world in order to bring their visible experience. San Marino’s history will be part of “MAMT – Mediterrean Museum of Arts, Music and Traditions” established by Fondazione Mediterraneo which will open by the end of the year.