MILAN EXPO FOOD INITIATIVES TAKE CENTRE STAGE IN BRUSSELS

(VELINO) Roma, 1 Jul - Milan Expo took centre stage in Brusselsas the Italian Permanent Representation to the European Unionand Emilia-Romagna Region presented two important initiativesconnected to the 2015 Milan Universal Exhibition: the MilanCharter and the World Food Research and Innovation Forum. Bothare an integral part of Milan Expo 2015. The first, promoted bythe Italian government, is a document that invites the generalpublic, associations, companies and institutions to assumetheir responsibility to ensure that future generations enjoythe right to food. The second is a strategic initiative byEmilia-Romagna region to help place

(VELINO) Roma, 1 Jul - Milan Expo took centre stage in Brusselsas the Italian Permanent Representation to the European Unionand Emilia-Romagna Region presented two important initiativesconnected to the 2015 Milan Universal Exhibition: the MilanCharter and the World Food Research and Innovation Forum. Bothare an integral part of Milan Expo 2015. The first, promoted bythe Italian government, is a document that invites the generalpublic, associations, companies and institutions to assumetheir responsibility to ensure that future generations enjoythe right to food. The second is a strategic initiative byEmilia-Romagna region to help place research and innovation atthe heart of the debate on food and nutrition. The forum is apermanent platform that aims to attract people and skills fromaround the world in the area of food research and safety inorder to find solutions to the challenges of feeding the world.The two events were attended by - among others - President ofEmilia Romagna, Stefano Bonaccini, President of the Committeeof the Regions of the European Union, Markku Markkula, DeputyPermanent Representative of Italy, Marco Peronaci, and Paolo DeCastro, head of the Strategic Committee of the World FoodResearch and Innovation Forum. Contributions were also made byseveral other international experts in the field. vel.

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