Premier Conte visits “Italy: the beauty of knoweldge” in Vietnam

Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, on Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 June visited the Socialist Republic of Vietnam where he participated in the Third edition of the high-level Dialogue on Italy-Asean economic relations.

On the occasion of 73rd celebration of Italian Republic Day held at the Museum of Hanoi – Vietnam, he visited and appreciated the exhibition “Italy. The beauty of knowledge “, promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, carried out by the CNR and the three Italian scientific museums of international importance, coordinated by the Città della Scienza of Naples: Museo Galileo of Firenze, Muse of Trento, National Museum of Science and Technology of Milan.

The traveling exhibition arrived on 6 May 2019 at the Hanoi Museum in Vietnam, its sixth stage, fourth in Asia: after being inaugurated in Rome at the Farnesina, and being hosted at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina in Alexandria, Egypt, the Italian Embassy in New Delhi, at the National Museum of Singapore and that of Jakarta in Indonesia: an immersive tale of the richness of research and knowledge in Italy.

Prime Minister Conte has widely appreciated ‘Italy: the beauty of knowledge’ which aims to ‘travel’ and learn about the immense cultural heritage of our country abroad, even in its intangible aspects: a quality of life between the best in the world, an extraordinary territory with elements of great modernity and projection towards tomorrow, its great thinkers. An Italy that looks to the future from the shoulders of giants: yesterday they were Leonardo da Vinci, Galileo Galilei, Enrico Fermi, Rita Levi-Montalcini, tomorrow many young researchers, men and women full of talent and enthusiasm.

Italy: the beauty of knowledge, after Hanoi, will continue its journey to Guangzhou, China and Buenos Aires, Argentina.


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