The Italian government is on Europe's side on the migrant issue, but "it does not mean being silent or acquiescent". The Foreign Minister said it, Antonio Tajani, in his speech on the program “In half an hour” on Rai Tre. “Tomorrow I will be in Paris and I will tell my colleague Catherine Colonna that France made a mistake in Ventimiglia", said the Italian minister, adding: "On Thursday I will instead meet the German Foreign Minister, Annalena Baerbock, and I will try to understand why Germany decided to finance non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Italy. Does Berlin want the migrants to all arrive in Italy and then not go to Germany? This attitude is a bit strange." Finally, Tajani stated that the migration issue is "a problem that must be addressed in a supportive way, not in a selfish way".
About the compromise on rule of extra profits, the secretary of Forza Italia, said on the Rai Tre program that "common sense has prevailed". “The objective is to ensure that savers can be better protected and that the banking system is considered an important instrument of our economic policy,” said Tajani, underlining that “with a well-written rule, international markets are reassured ”.
On the topic of home Tajani has no doubts, “Forza Italia proposes an urban regeneration plan with the aim of increasing construction, promoting energy change and reducing pollution”. Regarding the proposal of the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Matteo Salvini, for a mini-building amnesty, the secretary of Forza Italia states that "we can consider inserting some adjustments for those small" building and urban planning irregularities. “I'm not thinking of an amnesty, but in the broader context of urban regeneration,” he added.