It was held today in Rome, at Guglielmo Marconi University, in the prestigious Simonetti Odescalchi palace, an interesting focus on internationalization of Italian companies in Serbia, a country that enjoys an enviable strategic geographic position. Serbia returned to the original autonomy and independence, dating back to 1918, with ratification by the Serbian parliament in 2006.
The opening of the works was entrusted to S.E. the Ambassador of Serbia in Italy, Goran Aleksic, whose report was followed by that of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Coordinator for supporting Italian Enterprises, Counselor Vincenzo Ercole Salazar Sarsfield. Among the guests of the organizing there was also the Lawyer Salvatore Frattallone LL.M. of Padua Court, specialist in international business law and President of the Northeast Lagunar District of AEREC (the European Academy for Economic and Cultural Relations) and chairman of the forensic network named 'View net Legal', with Studio in Rome and rooted in a recent trip to Skopie, in Northern Macedonia, in the Balkans.
In the Serenissima Republic of San Marino the meetings were held from 12 to 14 June 2018 between the General Secretary Augusto Michelotti and the Belarussian company SkyWay of Eng. Anatoliy Yunitsky. to discuss the feasibility and design of the new cutting-edge connection system. The Arch. Emanuela Tartaglia (perfected at Sapienza in Rome in Sustainable Technologies) and the lawyer Salvatore Frattallone LL.M. (of the Padua Court, specialized at Sapienza in Rome in International Commerce law) promoted the randez-vous in the historical Republic of the Titan.
The meeting was followed by inspections of the San Marino area by the SkyWay delegation, to know its peculiarities, given that it is a UNESCO heritage site. The light rail system, above ground and without driver - which costs two to three times less than other rail transport systems - could possibly link the territory of San Marino to the Adriatic coast in the future. SkyWay's string-based urban transport vehicles have a load capacity (in the Middle class monorail Unibus model) of up to 14 people, with a top speed of over 100 km / h, performance of up to 50,000 passengers per hour, and slope maximum longitudinal run of 30%.