Italian Embassy could reopen soon
The Dominican ambassador in Italy, Peggy Cabral says that progress is being made towards the reopening of the Italian Embassy in the Dominican Republic. She says she will be meeting with the Italian authorities to discuss the issue on Monday, 3 October 2016.
Cabral said that she has been in the Dominican Republic for the past few weeks recovering from a broken leg but is returning to Rome on Saturday, 1 October 2016.
She said that reopening the Italian Embassy in the Dominican Republic was a priority for Italians who live in the Dominican Republic, as well as for Italian tourists and businesspeople. At present, the Italian Embassy in Panama serves the Dominican Republic.
She said she has also used her stay in the country to hold meetings with the PRD political party of which she is acting president.
Cabral pointed out that the Dominican Embassy in Italy offers services to the population of around 28,000 Dominicans. She says she holds regular meetings with Dominicans resident in Italy to better serve the community.
Sep 29, 2016
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