by P.T., STA
Foreign Minister Anže Logar will start a visit to Rome next Thursday to meet his Italian counterpart Luigi Di Maio.
The meeting will be an opportunity to discuss the issues of the Slovenian minority in Italy, a planned exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the Adriatic and current EU issues. The next day, Logar will visit the Holy See. Logar and Di Maio are to review bilateral meetings in 2020, including the marking of the centenary of the Trieste National Home arson and an agreement on the building’s restitution, the Foreign Ministry said.
Next Friday, the minister will meet bishop Paul Richard Gallagher, current secretary for relations with states within the Holy See’s Secretariat of State.