2019 (EN)

On the occasion of the thirty-year anniversary of the Fondazione Mediterraneo the international meeting on the theme "MEDITERRANEAN OF THE FUTURE - ONE BELT ONE ROAD" was held at the Peace Museum - MAMT, promoted by the Institute for Chinese Culture and the Fondazione Mediterraneo.
This event is part of the "WORLD PEACE FORUM" scheduled in Naples and other countries around the world.
The objective of the international meeting is the establishment of a Permanent Technical Board that brings to the attention of national institutions and Southern Italian Regions the need for the inclusion of economic and scientific actors in the process that goes by the name of "Silk Road".
Considering the risk for the ports of the Tyrrhenian Sea to be excluded from the most important trades that will characterize the years to come, an analysis and a timely planning capable of involving the whole "Italian System" in this important action and in this particular, Southern Italy.
In the presence of Zheng Xuan, Minister Counselor of the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Italy, to witness the importance of collaboration between the two countries, the event is an important step and is divided into institutional, scientific and industrial tables.
Moderated by the director of "Il Mattino" Federico Monga, Sen. Vito Petrocelli, President of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Senate, and the Honorable Piero De Luca and Gennaro Migliore discussed the situation.
Many ideas and proposals arose from the scientific table chaired by Giuseppe Cataldi (University of Naples "L'Orientale") where Elda Morlicchio (Director of the University of Naples "L'Orientale"), Enzo Siviero ( SEWC Vice-President - Structural Engineers World Congress), Matteo Bressan (Lumsa University of Rome), Floria Sapio (University of Naples "L'Orientale"), Giancarlo Scalese (University of Cassino and Southern Lazio), Massimiliano Lega ( Participation Foundation "Observatory of the Sea and Coastal Coast" of Campania), Nicola Martino (President of the Free and Strong Association).
The greeting addresses and conclusions were entrusted to Michele Capasso (President of the Fondazione Mediterraneo), Davide Antonio Ambroselli (Vice-president and Director of the Institute for Chinese Culture) and Domenico Salerno, (Board Member of the Institute for Chinese Culture).