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June 5, 2012

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The from Liguria city council member Paita exhorts the government to favor the insertion of the Tyrrhenian Corridor Brenner in the nets TRIES

Letter to the minister Passera

The city council member to Infrastructures of the Region Liguria, Raffaella Paita, has written to the minister of the economic Development, of Infrastructures and of the Transports, Corrado Passera, in order to restate the importance to insert the Tyrrhenian Corridor Brenner in the transeuropee nets of transport IT TRY defined from the EU commission.

“I have considered opportune - Raffaella Paita has explained - to newly signal the minister Passera how much this infrastructure is fundamental for the Liguria, because it interests the connection to a territory to high economic development in a position to connecting the harbour system of Alto Tirreno with the markets of the Europe North”. The city council member has remembered that the Tyrrhenian Corridor Brenner already was inserted in the infrastructural works priority presents in Objective Law and has evidenced that an insertion in the maps TRIES could supply consequently puts up guarantees for the obtaining of the necessary financings and for the effective realization.

“I wish - it has concluded Raffaella Paita - than the minister can advance this demand in the competent centers and I propose, moreover, to from Liguria parliamentarians they involvement in order to advocate this cause near the government in the interest of our region”.



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