San Marino: Theresa May visits, receives honor – Emilia-Romagna

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(ANSA) – SAN MARINO, OCTOBER 23 – The former British Prime Minister Theresa May received the honor of Knight of the Grand Cross of the Order of Sant’Agata in San Marino. The honor was awarded by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs of San Marino Luca Beccari in a ceremony at Palazzo Pubblico in the presence of the Regent Captains Francesco Mussoni and Giacomo Simoncini, as recognition for his merits in promoting the oldest Republic of the United Kingdom. world.
The ceremony takes place a few weeks before the Cop26 Conference in Glasgow, which will also be attended by the Heads of State of San Marino. “We look at this event – he explained – as a moment of hope for everyone in the world. It is important that everyone does his part so that the necessary steps are taken at the levels necessary for all of our environment, and in this sense I see participation of San Marino at its highest institutional level as an extremely positive sign, in the sign of a role and experience that aims at respecting the ecosystem and promoting democracy “.
The former British Prime Minister had words of praise and encouragement towards San Marino, sharing the positions taken by the Republic and the desire for an internationalization that does not sacrifice, but rather enhances, its history and the high reputation it has won over time.
Secretary Beccari expressed gratitude to Theresa May for the positions she took in support of San Marino, especially in the most acute phase of the Covid 19 pandemic.
“We are delighted to have with us a state woman with such a prestigious career. At the Glasgow Conference we too will do our part for the good of all,” she noted, underlining that Ms May’s visit “significantly seals the event. effective acceleration of the relations between San Marino and the overseas country “. (HANDLE).