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21 September 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 07:39 GMT+2

May 21, 2019

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Tomorrow to Livorno it will take to the way the ESPO Conference

Waited for beyond 300 participants who will be confronted on the issues of the portualità and the shipping

Tomorrow to Livorno, in Old Fortress, the ESPO Conference will have beginning, the conclave of the European ports that it will involve beyond 300 coming participants from all Europe and that it will allow to experts and representatives of the institutions to speak about portualità and shipping. The topics of the conference are anticipated today by Isabelle Ryckbost, general secretary of the European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO): "we find ourselves - it has remembered - in a dominated historical moment from the volatility. The agenda for the decarbonizzazione, the climatic change, the digitalisation; the automatization processes - it has emphasized - are exercising an increasing pressure on the marine ports of call and the harbour authorities". "During the conference - it has announced moreover the Ryckbost - we will introduce a memorandum to address to the new Parliament and the EU commission. Al its inside we have inserted the priorities and the urgencies that we consider must be faced in next the five years in order to support the field of the portualità".

Tomorrow the assembly work of the organization of the European ports will be started that will extend thursday and friday in two days of debates organized to the Goldoni Theatre. To the work the minister and the vice minister will participate between the others to Infrastructures and the Transports, Danilo Toninelli and Edoardo Rixi, the ambassador of Qatar in Italy, Abdulaziz Ahmed Almalki Aljehni.

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