Bucci: We will not move ship repairs, we will expand them – Liguria

Port and city must coexist, this is our story

(ANSA) – GENOA, MARCH 19 – “The port and the city must coexist, it is our history, during more than a thousand years of the Republic they were one. It is the ninety-fifth time that I say that we will not postpone naval repairs, if anything we will expand them” . This was stated by the mayor of Genoa Marco Bucci during the ‘Spring Walk’ organized by the Municipality with the collaboration of the Port Authority along the road for ship repairs between Porto Antico and the new Eastern Waterfront to make it freely passable by citizens for the first time.
“Work is the number one priority, we have created more than 35,000 jobs and we will continue to create them”, he reiterated after a face-to-face meeting with a group of Fiom union delegates worried about a downsizing of the ship repair area.
“There are many things that are going in the right direction – underlines Bucci in front of the construction sites of the new Eastern Waterfront – We need to think about the future, the city has been at a standstill for too long, we want Genoa to become a large international city. We plan to repeat the experiments like today’s ‘Spring Walk’ because there is a lot of public turnout and this shows that the Genoese are interested, but it doesn’t necessarily happen every Sunday”. (HANDLE).


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