16.6 billion euros come from European funds for the Lazio region: not only an opportunity to take a decisive step forward, but also a great challenge, with the inauguration of a season of investment and growth in a difficult time like that we are experienced.
The May 13at the Palazzo dei Congressi of the EUR, the President of the Lazio Region Nicola Zingaretti presents the to program 2021-27: with him the Mayor of Rome Capital Roberto Gualtieri; the Vice President and Adviser on Economic Planning, Budget, State Property and Heritage of the Lazio Region Daniele Leodori; the Minister for Southern and Territorial Cohesion Mara Carfagna; Vincenzo AmendolaState Secretary for the Presidency of the Council of Ministers responsible for European policies and affairs; Mariastella GelminiMinister of Regional Affairs and Autonomy e Paolo GentiloniEuropean Commissioner for Economic Affairs.
During the meeting, much was said about the young people and about the interventions dedicated to them in the room. “Lazio for young people in Europe of the future“: European funds are also a great opportunity for under 35thanks to projects that are already in place, such as Porta Futuro, I’ll be right back or Boost Is The Idea they found work, fulfilled their dream of starting a start-up or improved their education.
“In recent years, we have identified the generational problem as a priority. We want to close with the past that has cut off opportunities for young people to give them back as provided for in the Constitution, which is not a waste of time, ”President Zingaretti explained.
Programming 21-27 it offers us hope for the young, because they have opportunities to grow, study and work, all to grasp. And they would have tripled compared to the past. We want to invest in young people in innovation, “said Vice President Daniele Leodori.
The areas of intervention identified for the investment of European funds are eight: People and their fundamental rights (Health, Prosperity, Home); Work (Employment, vocational training); School, university and research; Companies (Industry, tourism, agriculture, internationalization, credit, startups, technology transfer); Environment and circular economy (Energy transition, air, water, natural capital, waste, recovery, hydrogeological instability); Connections (Roads, railways, ports, public transport, digital networks); Local communities (urban, metropolis and rural areas, small towns, villages); Social and individual well-being (Culture, Sports).