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June 8, 2012

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The port of Livorno tightens ties with the Bulgarian port of call of Burgas

Nikolov: “I will propose to the European institutions that Livorno becomes the center of the secretariat of the new corridor Mediterranean-Balkan”

Yesterday the mayor of the municipality of Burgas, Dimitar Nikolov, within a visit to Livorno, has had an encounter with the general secretary of the Leighorn Harbour Authority, Massimo Provinciali, in the course of which he has spoken himself about the definition of possible synergies to put in field for a stable cooperation between the ports of the two city.

“Draft - it has found Provincial - of a great occasion. Burgas is according to larger port of Bulgaria after Vahrn and is knowing in this period new possibility of development tied to its strategic position of territorial proximity with the markets of Serbia, Turkey and Greece. We must have the force to place our infrastructural systems inside a logic of coherence with European politics of the transports”.

Nel its Nikolov participation has put the accent on the importance of more tightened collaboration between the two marine ports of call: “the Leighorn port - the first Bulgarian citizen has said - enjoys an enviable geographic position and has optimal infrastructures. As representative of the association of the cities of the Balkans I will propose to the European institutions that Livorno becomes the center of the secretariat of the new corridor Mediterranean-Balkan”. Nikolov therefore has invited the summits of the livornese authority to Burgas for a new reunion.

Nella center of the Harbour Authority Dimitar Nikolov has met also the mayor of Livorno, Alessandro Cosimi, with which it has signed a stiff protocol of understanding to establish relations between the Leighorn community and that Bulgarian, to support exchanges and ideas in the fields of the culture, the economy (harbour and in particular logistic) of the instruction and the sport, in the wider optical of integration and the collaboration between the states of the European Union and in sight of a future twinning between Livorno and Burgas.

“The signature of this protocol - the mayor Cosimi has declared - establishes the relations between two important European harbour cities: Livorno, put forward on the Mediterranean and Burgas put forward on the Bulgarian coast of the Black Sea. From the logistics and the economy, the relationships that we will go to construct sure will have fallen back positive also in cultural and social within between two community that has a strong identity and that, own for this, will have the ability to know themselves and to contribute so to the construction of Europe. The protocol opens a “door” that it will have in the two Municipalities the whom convinced actors of this process of integration and development”.

Bari Port Authority



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