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Spotkanie Polsko-Włoskiej Grupy Przyjaźni w Senacie Republiki Włoskiej

Dziękuję za spotkanie senatorowi Nazario Pagano, przewodniczącemu Polsko-Włoskiej Grupy Przyjaźni w Senacie Republiki Włoskiej. W rozmowie podkreśliłem, że moja wizyta we Włoszech i liczne spotkania mają na celu umocnienie świadomości Polski jako ważnego gospodarczego partnera dla Włoch.

Aprendo il concerto del violino di Paganini ieri al Teatr Wielki

Aprendo il concerto del violino di Paganini ieri al Teatr Wielki - Opera Narodowa, l'Ambasciatore Amati ha ricordato la solidarietà piena e incondizionata dell'🇮🇹 all'Ucraina. Quanto succede in 🇺🇦 riguarda tutti noi, le nostre democrazie.

Celebriamo il 225° anniversario del #Tricolore

Dal #7gennaio 1797 i tre colori verde, bianco e rosso rappresentano la nostra #Bandiera, simbolo dell'#Italia e testimone del cammino che ha portato alla costruzione della Repubblica libera e democratica.

Un incontro di networking in Ambasciata

La folta comunità imprenditoriale italiana 🇮🇹 presente in Polonia 🇵🇱 è un motore fondamentale del rapporto tra i nostri due Paesi. Questa settimana abbiamo voluto celebrarla in Ambasciata con un incontro di networking cui hanno preso parte anche importanti personalità polacche. Grazie al Presidente dell'Intergruppo Parlamentare di Amicizia Italia-Polonia, Sen. Nazario Pagano che ha voluto essere presente.

L'onorificenza di Cavaliere dell'Ordine della Stella d'Italia al Prof. Józef Grabski

L'Ambasciatore Amati consegna l'onorificenza di Cavaliere dell'Ordine della Stella d'Italia al Prof. Józef Grabski, che ha dedicato gran parte della sua carriera e del suo impegno professionale alla promozione dello studio e della conoscenza dell'arte italiana

Ministro della Difesa Lorenzo Guerini in Polonia

Si è appena conclusa la due giorni del Ministro della Difesa Lorenzo Guerini in Polonia. Nella giornata di ieri, si è riunito al Ministerstwo Obrony Narodowej con il suo omologo Mariusz Błaszczak per confrontarsi sui temi della cooperazione bilaterale e industriale nel settore della Difesa, nonché per analizzare gli scenari di sicurezza e le relazioni NATO e UE.

Warsaw Security Forum

Italy and Poland have a deep and long-lasting relationship. Cooperation between the two Republics streches from policy and economy to culture and science. We are proud to announce ITALY as #WSF2021 Guest Country!

Anniversary of the Proclamation of the Republic Italian Republic

Italy, country of south-central Europe, occupying a peninsula that juts deep into the Mediterranean Sea. Italy comprises some of the most varied and scenic landscapes on Earth and is often described as a country shaped like a boot. At its broad top stand the Alps, which are among the world’s most rugged mountains. Italy’s highest points are along Monte Rosa, which peaks in Switzerland, and along Mont Blanc, which peaks in France. The western Alps overlook a landscape of Alpine lakes and glacier-carved valleys that stretch down to the Po River and the Piedmont. Tuscany, to the south of the cisalpine region, is perhaps the country’s best-known region. From the central Alps, running down the length of the country, radiates the tall Apennine Range, which widens near Rome to cover nearly the entire width of the Italian peninsula. South of Rome the Apennines narrow and are flanked by two wide coastal plains, one facing the Tyrrhenian Sea and the other the Adriatic Sea. Much of the lower Apennine chain is near-wilderness, hosting a wide range of species rarely seen elsewhere in western Europe, such as wild boars, wolves, asps, and bears. The southern Apennines are also tectonically unstable, with several active volcanoes, including Vesuvius, which from time to time belches ash and steam into the air above Naples and its island-strewn bay. At the bottom of the country, in the Mediterranean Sea, lie the islands of Sicily and Sardinia. Italy’s political geography has been conditioned by this rugged landscape. With few direct roads between them, and with passage from one point to another traditionally difficult, Italy’s towns and cities have a history of self-sufficiency, independence, and mutual mistrust. Visitors today remark on how unlike one town is from the next, on the marked differences in cuisine and dialect, and on the many subtle divergences that make Italy seem less a single nation than a collection of culturally related points in an uncommonly pleasing setting. Across a span of more than 3,000 years, Italian history has been marked by episodes of temporary unification and long separation, of intercommunal strife and failed empires. At peace for more than half a century now, Italy’s inhabitants enjoy a high standard of living and a highly developed culture. Though its archaeological record stretches back tens of thousands of years, Italian history begins with the Etruscans, an ancient civilization that rose between the Arno and Tiber rivers. The Etruscans were supplanted in the 3rd century bce by the Romans, who soon became the chief power in the Mediterranean world and whose empire stretched from India to Scotland by the 2nd century ce. That empire was rarely secure, not only because of the unwillingness of conquered peoples to stay conquered but also because of power struggles between competing Roman political factions, military leaders, families, ethnic groups, and religions. The Roman Empire fell in the 5th century ce after a succession of barbarian invasions through which Huns, Lombards, Ostrogoths, and Franks—mostly previous subjects of Rome—seized portions of Italy. Rule devolved to the level of the city-state, although the Normans succeeded in establishing a modest empire in southern Italy and Sicily in the 11th century. Many of those city-states flourished during the Renaissance era, a time marked by significant intellectual, artistic, and technological advances but also by savage warfare between states loyal to the pope and those loyal to the Holy Roman Empire. Italian unification came in the 19th century, when a liberal revolution installed Victor Emmanuel II as king. In World War I, Italy fought on the side of the Allies, but, under the rule of the fascist leader Benito Mussolini, it waged war against the Allied powers in World War II. From the end of World War II to the early 1990s, Italy had a multiparty system dominated by two large parties: the Christian Democratic Party (Partito della Democrazia Cristiana; DC) and the Italian Communist Party (Partito Comunista Italiano; PCI). In the early 1990s the Italian party system underwent a radical transformation, and the political centre collapsed, leaving a right-left polarization of the party spectrum that threw the north-south divide into sharper contrast and gave rise to such political leaders as media magnate Silvio Berlusconi. The whole country is relatively prosperous, certainly as compared with the early years of the 20th century, when the economy was predominantly agricultural. Much of that prosperity has to do with tourism, for in good years nearly as many visitors as citizens can be found in the country. Italy is part of the European Union and the Council of Europe, and, with its strategic geographic position on the southern flank of Europe, it has played a fairly important role in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The capital is Rome, one of the oldest of the world’s great cities and a favourite of visitors, who go there to see its great monuments and works of art as well as to enjoy the city’s famed dolce vita, or "sweet life." Other major cities include the industrial and fashion centre of Milan; Genoa, a handsome port on the Ligurian Gulf; the sprawling southern metropolis of Naples; and Venice, one of the world’s oldest tourist destinations. Surrounded by Rome is an independent state, Vatican City, which is the seat of the Roman Catholic Church and the spiritual home of Italy’s overwhelmingly Catholic population. Each of those cities, and countless smaller cities and towns, has retained its differences against the leveling effect of the mass media and standardized education. Thus, many Italians, particularly older ones, are inclined to think of themselves as belonging to families, then neighbourhoods, then towns or cities, then regions, and then, last, as members of a nation. The intellectual and moral faculties of humankind have found a welcome home in Italy, one of the world’s most important centres of religion, visual arts, literature, music, philosophy, culinary arts, and sciences. Michelangelo, the painter and sculptor, believed that his work was to free an already existing image; Giuseppe Verdi heard the voices of the ancients and of angels in music that came to him in his dreams; Dante forged a new language with his incomparable poems of heaven, hell, and the world between. Those and many other Italian artists, writers, designers, musicians, chefs, actors, and filmmakers have brought extraordinary gifts to the world. This article treats the physical and human geography and history of Italy. For discussion of Classical history, see the articles ancient Italic people and ancient Rome.   More … Score: https://www.britannica.com/place/Italy

Students of the Warsaw School of Economics in the diplomatic service

It was a pleasure today to talk with young students from SGH Warsaw School of Economics about diplomatic service and current challenges and opportunities for our two Countries and the #EU.

Evento online nell’ambito delle celebrazioni del 100 anniversario della nascita di Leonardo Sciascia

Dantedì700 - #LeggoDante - Maratona con gli studenti delle Università polacche

Inicjatywy na Rok Dantego w Polsce

Z okazji 700 rocznicy śmierci Dantego Alighieri Ambasada Włoch w Warszawie, Włoski Instytut Kultury w Warszawie i Włoski Instytut Kultury w Krakowie przygotowali serię wydarzeń we współpracy z instytucjami akademickimi, szkołami i lokalnymi ośrodkami kultury, jak również z Komitetami Dantego Alighieri w Polsce.

Forum Italiano-Polacco sull'Aerospazio

Lo scorso 4 dicembre 2020 si è tenuto presso l’Hotel Bellotto, di fronte a un"audience" di quasi 200 persone, il primo "Forum Italiano-Polacco sull'Aerospazio" cui sono intervenuti il Vice Ministro dello Sviluppo, Marcin Ociepa, i due Presidenti delle Agenzie spaziali italiana e polacca Saccoccia e Szaniawski, il CEO di "Leonardo International" Mariani, il Direttore dell'Associazione AIAD Madiai e numerosi esponenti di spicco dell'industria aeronautica e spaziale polacche.

Niezwykła kolacja “leonardowska” przygotowana przez szefową kuchni z gwiazdką Michelin Silvię Baracchi z okazji Tygodnia kuchni włoskiej na świecie oraz 500-lecia śmierci Leonarda da Vinci.

W dniu 22 listopada 2020 roku obchodziliśmy w Warszawie IV Tydzień kuchni włoskiej na świecie, łącząc to doroczne wydarzenie z obchodami 500-lecia śmierci Leonarda da Vinci. Wynikiem był wyjątkowy wieczór splatający ze sobą sztukę, turystykę, miejscowe tradycje kulinarne i spuściznę kulturową Leonarda. Bohaterką gali, zorganizowanej we współpracy z agencją ENIT i Włoską Izbą Handlowo-Przemysłową w Polsce, była toskańska szefowa kuchni Silivia Baracchi, wielokrotnie nagradzana, w tym gwiazdką Michelin.

Wizyta Ambasadora Republiki Włoch w Łodzi

W czwartek, 17 września 2020 roku, przyjechał do Łodzi Jego Ekscelencja Aldo Amati, Ambasador Republiki Włoch w Polsce. Panu Ambasadorowi towarzyszyli: Pierwszy Sekretarz Ambasady, Dyrektor Włoskiej Agencji Handlu i Inwestycji oraz Prezes Włoskiej Izby Handlowo – Przemysłowej. Była to pierwsza oficjalna wizyta J.E. Aldo Amatiego w naszym mieście. Pan Ambasador zainteresowany był wyzwaniami stojącymi przed miastem, zwłaszcza tymi związanymi z ekologią i klimatem, jak dekarbonizacja oraz problemy społeczne.

Referendum costituzionale del 20-21 settembre 2020 - Comunicazioni ed informazioni per l'utenza

Con decreto del Presidente della Repubblica del 17 luglio 2020, pubblicato nella Gazzetta Ufficiale del 18 luglio 2020, è stata fissata al 20-21 settembre 2020 la data del referendum confermativo popolare, originariamente indetto per il 29 marzo e poi sospeso, sul testo di legge costituzionale recante "modifica degli articoli 56, 57 e 59 della Costituzione in materia di riduzione del numero dei parlamentari", che vedrà coinvolti anche i cittadini italiani residenti all’estero.


Trzecia edycja "Fare Cinema", przeglądu filmowego włoskiego Ministerstwa Spraw Zagranicznych promującego kino i przemysł filmowy Włoch na świecie. Od 15 do 21 czerwca 2020 roku, podczas tygodnia zamykającego Światowy Dzień Kina Włoskiego, na portalu RaiPlay zostaną udostępnione bezpłatnie nagrania wykładów, w tym lekcji masterclass, dzieła krótkometrażowe, filmy, wirtualne wycieczki i inne wyjątkowe materiały, z napisami również w innych językach, w celu przybliżenia #WłoskiegoKina osobom na całym świecie.

ROSIE na ostatniej prostej

Siódme spotkanie partnerów projektu, zorganizowane w dniu 27 maja 2020 r. w formie on-line, stanowiło ostatnie wydarzenie tego typu w ramach trzyletniego przedsięwzięcia międzynarodowego, jakim był projekt ROSIE- Odpowiedzialne i Innowacyjne MŚP. Uczestnicy telekonferencji podsumowali postępy prac, szczególnie w zakresie przygotowywanego dla każdego z regionów dokumentu Mapy Drogowej (dokument strategiczny diagnozujący poziom odpowiedzialnych innowacji – RI w regionie oraz zawierający zalecenia mające na celu zwiększenie regionalnego potencjału w tym zakresie w MSP) oraz fazy pilotażowej, w czasie której koncepcja RI była wdrażana w 5 małych i średnich przedsiębiorstwach w Polsce, Słowenii, Czechach, Słowacji, Chorwacji, Włoszech oraz Niemczech.

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