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MIGRANTS, DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS FIGHT BACK AFTER ACCUSATIONS
Doctors Without Borders is considering to take legal action against allegations made by Italian MPs on its rescue operations at sea. Here’s what Loris De Filippi, President of the NGO, said to DIRE News Agency: “We want to bring the debate back to reality, that is to say the inefficiency of European policies and the lack of safe legal channels for migrants to reach our coasts without putting their lives at risk at sea”.
MONS. PEREGO: POLITICAL ATTACKS AGAINST NGOS ‘SHAMEFUL’
Political attacks against NGOs which help save human lives in the Mediterranean Sea thanks to resources donated by foundations, private entrepreneurs and the civil society are “a hypocritical and shameful act”: that’s according to Monsignor Giancarlo Perego, director of Migrantes, an agency of the Italian bishops’ Conference. Monsignor Perego reacted to allegations made by a few parliamentarians about links between NGOs and human traffickers.
60 YEARS OF EUROPEAN COOPERATION, ITALY STRESSES COMMITMENT
European co-operation is celebrating its 60th anniversary with a new commitment to become more and more efficient. The task was very much at the center of a conference hosted by the Italian ministry of Foreign Affairs, according to Laura Frigenti, director of the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation, who spoke to DIRE News Agency: “The European Union is the largest global donor and that makes room for exerting influence on major issues in many countries”.
MISSION TO INDIA FOR ITALIAN ENTERPRISES
“A step in the right direction with the ultimate goal of strenghtening cooperation between Italian and Indian enterpreneurs”: that’s the assessment of a mission of some 60 Italian companies to New Delhi and Mumbai given by one of the participants, business lawyer and international economic expert Nunzio Bevilacqua. Thanks to the support of the Italian Ministry for Economic Development and the Confederation of the Italian industry, some 800 business to business meetings took place.
EGYPT, NEW LAW TO BOLSTER INVESTORS’ CONFIDENCE
A law with a view to bolstering investors’ confidence is being discussed by the Egyptian parliament. A draft already approved by the government envisages up to 40 percent tax breaks for foreign companies. Special provisions could be put in place for enterprises of the agro-alimentary sector. The law, which is expected to be approved this month, aims to reduce the time needed for getting operating licenses from three years to 60 days. Egypt has been trying to recover from an economic crisis that began at the time of the 2011 Revolution.