Today, the mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi released an interview to ‘Tele Radio Stereo’, a local radio station in the Italian capital, and expressed her confidence in the Stadio della Roma project.
“The project has been revised and it represents a great opportunity for the city. We improved its energy efficiency and we worked hard to increase public works for the sake of Rome.
In my view, the stadium will be built and the technicians of the municipality are there to dissolve any doubts that could arise from it.”
Virgina Raggi also briefly spoke about the anti-Semitic behavior that recently happened in the Italian capital.
“These behaviors must be condemned. It is a shame that people are unaware of important moments in history.
In the last few years, this municipality demonstrated dedication to fighting against fascist behavior within the Roman territory.
November 5, 6, and 7, I’ll go to Auschwitz with students because it’s necessary that they explain to their friends what they see there.”