“The contagion curve is on a worrying rise: we have extended the intense safety net to give an effective health response and protect our social fabric to cushion the repercussions of the sudden recession”. This was stated by the Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte, speaking at the ANIA Annual Assembly.
“The coronavirus pandemic constitutes a watershed that marks a before and an after: we continue to face it with our heads held high, we treasure the harshest teachings it gives us” said Conte, speaking at the ANIA Annual Assembly. “The government – he continued – he understood the historical significance of the shock and acted so that the EU also changed pace. It is an important turning point because it also marks the future of the EU “.
The premier then spoke of the need to guarantee support in this phase: “The government is well aware that business planning requires a long time and certainty. The government is aware that it is still necessary to guarantee strong support for employment in this uncertain phase. “he said. “Europe has turned the page with a clear paradigm shift and Europe’s trust can be repaid with mutual trust between us, with a new public-private pact”.