Next week.. the Italian Minister of Companies will visit Egypt and meet with a number of ministers

By Manal Abdel Fattah

The Italian Embassy in Cairo announced the visit of the Italian Minister of Companies and Made in Italy Product, Senator Adolfo Orso.
Orso is scheduled to hold two press conferences during his visit to Cairo, which will take place on April 22 and 23.

During his visit, the Italian minister will meet with a number of Egyptian ministers to discuss important economic issues and cooperation between Italy and Egypt.
In another context, the Embassy of Italy in Cairo celebrated Italian Design Day 2024, in cooperation with the main Egyptian civil society organizations, by organizing an event entitled “From Perishment to Good Taste” in the period between April 18-21 in The Factory building and the hangars downtown in Cairo.

The ceremony’s themes will focus on innovation, sustainability and inclusivity, and the initiative aims to promote a responsible population and a culture of “more conscious consumption”, as well as supporting a more innovative and environmentally friendly design industry.
The ceremony witnessed the opening of the artwork “Life Cycle: Performance Brick” created by the Egyptian design studio Saqala to praise the internationally recognized Italian role in promoting design, especially the themes of Italian design this year, which the embassy has always been keen to spread through similar initiatives and events in Egypt.
The “Red Bench” was also displayed as evidence of the initiative against femicide and violence against women promoted by the General Assembly of Women, to which the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation joined.
After the end of the event, the “Red Chair” was moved to the Italian Ambassador’s residence in Cairo. The Red Chair actually represents a symbol of the void left by every woman who was murdered in society.
All of these projects, made from recyclable materials, represent the ability of design to convey concrete messages and proposals in confronting the challenges posed by combating climate change, shifting economies towards sustainability, and combating all violence and discrimination against women.

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