Exciting Italian events ahead

At the annual Italian Republic Day reception, 1,200 guests attended the ambassador's residence, including neighbor Silvan Shalom.

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June 12, 2014 10:19
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Exciting Italian events ahead

Exciting Italian events ahead. (photo credit: JERUSALEM POST)

 
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■ The minister that a series of Italian ambassadors have been able to count on to attend their various events is Silvan Shalom, who currently holds the portfolios for Energy, Water and Regional Cooperation.

Shalom and his wife, Judy Shalom Nir-Mozes, live a hop, skip and jump away from the Ramat Gan residence of the Italian ambassador, and can frequently be seen walking down the street in the direction of the ambassador’s garden. Indeed, unless they are abroad, the Shaloms always attend the ambassador’s Republic Day reception.

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