The Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, has just arrived at Palazzo Chigi to meet the President of the Council of Ministers, Giorgia Meloni. The Israeli prime minister, who has been visiting Rome since yesterday, was welcomed in the inner courtyard by the picket of honor. In the morning, Netanyahu attended the Business Economic Forum, announcing collaborations between Rome and Tel Aviv on energy and technological challenges.
A few hundred meters away, in Piazza Venezia, there is a sit-in promoted by the Palestinian community in Rome, whose president, Yousef Salman, explains: "We are in the square to say no to the criminal policy of the most extremist government in Israel. In 2022, more than 230 Palestinians were murdered by Israeli soldiers, settlers. Now, within two months of this year, the beginning of this year, 78 Palestinians. And therefore those who want to talk about peace will have to talk about freedom and justice and there is no peace without justice, just as there is no justice without legitimate rights of the Palestinian people."