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Italian Ambassador to Slovenia Welcomed at ITF

17.05.2016

Following the initial April meeting between ITF Director, Ambassador Damjan Bergant, and Ambassador of Italy to Slovenia, H.E. Mr Paolo Trichilo, Ambassador Trichilo visited ITF Headquarters on 17 May 2016.

During the meeting and the discussion Ambassador Trichilo was informed about ITF’s post-conflict work around the world, and especially about its role in Slovenia’s development cooperation. ITF Project Managers Roman Turšič and Martin Silič further provided additional elaborations regarding ongoing activities in Libya and the Middle East.

ITF is pleased to have hosted Ambassador Trichilo at its headquarters, and is hoping to foster lasting and substantial relations with Italy.