Ideegreen.it burned everyone on time, announcing the interest ofExpo 2015 about the participation of Israeli companies. The expectations ofExpo SpA have been satisfied. A few days ago the Jerusalem correspondent of Corriere della Sera confirmed our news: Israel is ready to invest in Milan Expo 2015. The meeting with the Israeli representatives lasted two hours, the results of the meeting were excellent.
Israel will invest in Milan Expo 2015 more than 50% of what it invested in the last International Exhibition held in Shanghai. The ultimate goal is to reach one billion euros in investments from abroad alone. This is not a distant goal, given that Switzerland, Germany and India have also promised to invest large capital.
Recall that the theme of the Milan Expo 2015 it is “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”. China will not miss the 2015 Expo but it certainly does not have the reputation of being an eco-friendly country, initially similar controversies were raised for the involvement of Israel due to burning issues such as water, agriculture and food. The Land Grabbing phenomenon should not be underestimated and the Milan Expo 2015 he has no intention of doing so but leaving all kinds of negotiations and controversies at home.
Stefano Gatti, director of international affairs at Expo, reassures that there are no objections regarding the participation of foreign countries in the Milan Expo 2015Indeed, every country that formalizes its participation is welcomed with enthusiasm. To underline the climate of cooperation established on the occasion of the 2015 International Exposition, Stefano Gatti said that Iran will also be there and an invitation was sent to the Palestinian Authority.
The Milan Expo 2015 it will only open new horizons in the field of nutrition, the Israelis will submit projects to countries such as Egypt, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia for the production of food with little water. The theme of the water crisis linked to agriculture will not be neglected and special attention will be given to gastronomy: the Milan-Israel collaboration, among other things, will prepare the inclusion of kosher catering and the Kadmor gastronomic school, in the network of kitchens managed by Gualtiero Marchesi, the best known Italian chef in the world. The introduction of kosher catering is a big step forward that will ensure greater integration of the Jewish and Muslim communities.
edited by Anna De Simone