A total non-repayable contribution of 1.231 billion lire, paid out in annual instalments until 2042. This is provided for in the Pact for Naples, an agreement between the State and the City to cover the deficit and boost investment, signed today at the Maschio Angioino by Prime Minister Mario Draghi and the Mayor of Naples, Gaetano Manfredi. The disbursement of the quota, explains the City, will take place by 31 March each year. In the first five years (2022-2026), 486 million will be allocated, or 40% of the total contribution.
Long applause greeted the Prime Minister's arrival in the ancient Sala dei Baroni at the Maschio Angioino in Naples. The Prime Minister, accompanied by the President of the Campania Region, Vincenzo De Luca, the Neapolitan Mayor Gaetano Manfredi and the President of the City Council, Enza Amato, crossed the hall to take his place among the benches. All the city councillors were present, as well as civil and ecclesiastical authorities. The Prime Minister was also accompanied by the undersecretary to the Council Presidency Roberto Garofoli.
The Fondazione Mediterraneo with its institutional network is at the side of the City of Naples for this essential action to reaffirm the role of Naples as a capital city capable of Thinking European and Breathing Mediterranean.