9th Edition Of The Turkish-italian Forum

Roma Büyükelçiliği 05.11.2012

The Italian Foreign Minister H.E. Mr. Giulio Terzi di Sant'Agata and his Turkish counterpart Minister H.E. Mr. Ahmet Davutoglu will be attending the 9th edition of Ita-Turk Forum on November 12, 2012 in Rome - St. Regis Hotel.

The Eurozone crisis has impacted deeply upon Italy, southern Europe and the European Union as a whole. Surrounding regions have also not been immune to the crisis. The southern Mediterranean countries, whose economic problems contributed to the Arab spring, now struggle to recover in view of their dependence on Europe. Turkey instead, has maintained high levels of growth, but beneath the surface, its interdependence with the EU also casts shadows over its economic future. What precisely has been the impact of the crisis on Italy, Turkey and the Mediterranean and what are the prospects for turning the interdependence between the three into a force for the recovery of the wider Europe space?


Ita-Turk Forum 2012

Rome, 12 November 2012

Monday, November 12, 2012
Open door session
1.45 pm Registration
2.00 pm Welcome speeches by UniCredit and SAM Min. Plen. Giuseppe Scognamiglio, Head of Public Affairs, UniCredit Prof. Dr. Mesut Özcan, Deputy Chairman of Center for Strategic Studies
2.15 pm Open door session The impact of the Eurozone crisis on Turkey, Italy and the Mediterrean The Eurozone crisis has impacted deeply upon Italy, southern Europe and the European Union as a whole. Surrounding regions have also not been immune to the crisis. The southern Mediterranean countries, whose economic problems contributed to the Arab spring, now struggle to recover in view of their dependence on Europe. Turkey instead, has maintained high levels of growth, but beneath the surface, its interdependence with the EU also casts shadows over its economic future. What precisely has been the impact of the crisis on Italy, Turkey and the Mediterranean and what are the prospects for turning the interdependence between the three into a force for the recovery of the wider Europe space? Chair:Mr. Paolo Magri, Executive Vice-President and Director ISPI   Pres. Giuliano Amato, President of International Advisory Board, UniCredit Dr. Lokman Gündüz, Member of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of Turkey Prof. Mario Deaglio, Professor of International Economics at the University of Turin* Dr. Ömer Bolat, former Chairman of MUSIAD - Industrialists and Businessmen's Association   The Debate among speakers will be followed by an open discussion with audience  
4.15 pm Coffee break
4.45 pm Ministers' panel: Turkey and EU: Turkish and Italian Perspectives     Chair: Pres. Emma Bonino, Vice President of Senate Introductory remarks: Mr. Federico Ghizzoni, UniCredit CEO   HEAmb. Giulio Terzi di Sant'Agata, Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs HE Ahmet Davutoğlu, Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs
6.00 pm Press conference for journalists and audience - Languages: Italian and Turkish with simultaneous translations -
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Closed door session
8.45 am Registration
9.00 am Closed door roundtable session Italy and Turkey in the Mediterranean: Exploring joint economic and political projects in the region Both Italy and Turkey as Mediterranean powers have an interest in the sustainable development of the region. Both have been active at the bilateral level as well as within a broader European framework. In view of the political and economic complementarities between Italy and Turkey, how could the two partners cooperate in the region? Precisely, what potential joint projects could Italy and Turkey pursue so as to contribute to the political and economic development of their shared neighbourhood?   Italian Chair: Amb. Carlo Marsili, Former Italian Ambassador to Turkey   Turkish Chair: Prof. Dr. Mesut Özcan, Deputy Chairman of Center for Strategic Studies Introductory Paper presented by Prof. Stefano Silvestri, President of IAI  
1.00 pm Lunch   - Languages: Italian and Turkish with simultaneous translations -

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