The prefecture of the Central Administrative District of Moscow is willing to reach an agreement on cooperation with the Mayor Office of the Italian city of Bari.
A corresponding proposal from a prefect of the Central Administrative District, Vladimir Goverdovsky, addressed to Bari Mayor, Antonio Decaro, was handed over by the Deputy Head of the Department for Foreign Economic and International Relations of Moscow, Ilya Kuzmin, within the framework of Days of Moscow Culture held in Italy.
“The Prefecture of the Central District is willing to develop cooperation in the field of culture, education, tourism, as well as to exchange sports delegations, cooperate in the areas of security, transport, housing, utilities, and construction”, the document reads.
In this connection, Goverdovsky has invited a delegation of the Bari administration to visit Moscow in 2019.
As a reference, Bari is a city on the southeast coast of Italy and is known for the relics of St. Nicholas located there. It is the second most important economic center of mainland Southern Italy after Naples, a port and university city.