Italy’s Europe minister: ‘We have to be united to strengthen the EU economy’

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    You might be breathing a sigh of relief that this pandemic year is finally drawing to a close – but the number of coronavirus infections each day on this continent is still very much a matter of concern. Back in the spring, Italy was the country that first took drastic measures, with its daily death toll peaking at 919 in late March. Now Italy is once again struggling to keep Covid-19 infections under control and its economy is taking a hit. For more, we speak Italy’s Minister for European Affairs, Vincenzo Amendola.

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