UN SIMULATION "ROMUN 2015" ENDS IN ROME

(VELINO) Roma, 19 Oct - This year's "Romun", the largestsimulation of United Nations system for youngsters, ended onMonday at the Italian Foreign Ministry in Rome. It wasorganised by the Italian Society for International Organisationand diplomatic missions of the United States in Italy and at UNagencies in Rome. Romun 2015 was attended by more than 500youngsters who debated for five days with one goal: to send aclear message to world leaders to "listen to our side of thestory". The delegates delivered a resolution called the "YouthRoad Map" to Foreign Ministry Secretary General,

(VELINO) Roma, 19 Oct - This year's "Romun", the largestsimulation of United Nations system for youngsters, ended onMonday at the Italian Foreign Ministry in Rome. It wasorganised by the Italian Society for International Organisationand diplomatic missions of the United States in Italy and at UNagencies in Rome. Romun 2015 was attended by more than 500youngsters who debated for five days with one goal: to send aclear message to world leaders to "listen to our side of thestory". The delegates delivered a resolution called the "YouthRoad Map" to Foreign Ministry Secretary General, MicheleValensise, who promised to take it to UN General Secretary BanKi-moon. The ceremony was also attended by the chairman of theItalian Society for International Organisation, Franco Frattiniand the cultural attache' of the U.S. Embassy in Italy, StephenLabensky. Mr Frattini told the youngsters:"You have contributedto world leadership. What you have done in these days was not agame but a real job that does not end today." Mr Valensise saidthat, "Italy is at the forefront in the promotion of humanrights. It is also the Western country that contributes most tothe UN in terms of peacekeeping." vel.