The memorandum of understanding between the Italian National Olympic Committee and the State Police was renewed today at the Viminale in order to strengthen the already existing sports cooperation by improving and expanding its content.
The agreement was signed by CONI President, Giovanni Malagò, and the Chief of Police, Lamberto Giannini. The collaboration will involve working together on the activities promoted within the respective institutional areas and, in particular, cooperating to prepare specific programmes aimed at the realisation of projects in the four-year Olympic period. Joint efforts will also be made to set up training plans for the technical and managerial executives of the Fiamme Ore, in order to honour the mutual commitment to improving the organisation of major national and international sporting events.
The meeting was attended by Roberto Cammarelle, boxing Olympian; Giuseppe Maddaloni, judo Olympian; Alice Volpi, bronze medallist in team foil at Tokyo 2020; and Silvia Semeraro, individual silver medallist and team bronze medallist at the recent World Karate Championships. Among those present were the CONI Secretary General, Carlo Mornati; Director of the State Police Sports Groups Department, Francesco Montini; the Central Director for General Affairs and Staff Policies, Prefect Giuseppe Scandone; the Deputy Director of the State Police Sports Groups Department and President of the Feder pugilato, Flavio D'Ambrosi; the Head of the Institute of Sports Science, Giampiero Pastore; and the Administrative Manager of CONI Olympic Preparation, Alessio Palombi.