What is the mayor of Granada doing in Italy?

What is the mayor of Granada doing in Italy?
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The mayor of Granada, Marifran Carazoand the mayor of the Italian town of Taranto, Rinaldo Meluccihave signed a collaboration agreement to “promote dialogue between both cities, exchange experiences and carry out all joint activities that can promote cultural exchange and mutual improvement in other fields such as tourism, social or economic fields.”

This was advanced by the first mayor, who explained that the objective of the agreement is “to promote and support exchanges between our citizens to ensure better mutual understanding and efficient cooperation, in accordance with the true spirit of European brotherhood.”

The signing of the agreement occurs after the Granada City Council has been invited to participate, as happened in previous editions, in the XI International Congress on Popular Religious Culture organized by the association ‘La Veste Rossa’ within the project ‘Taranto, international city of Holy Week’, an event that was also attended by the president of the Federation of Brotherhoods of Granada, Armando Ortiz.

The mayor has indicated her interest in “continuing to maintain institutional relations between both cities, to continue collaborating together and strengthening our relationship that began years ago, especially from the perspective of culture and its social impact, since cultural exchange is always positive and more If we aspire to achieve European Cultural Capital in 2031”, he asserted.

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On the other hand, the memorandum includes among its postulates “act according to the rules of hospitality, respecting our diversity in an environment of trust and with a spirit of solidarity”; guarantee all people the opportunity to participate in exchanges “between our two communities without discrimination of any kind”; promote the universal values ​​of freedom, democracy, equality and the rule of law “through our exchanges and cooperation”, and join forces “for peace, progress and prosperity of our communities, including through twinning between the two cities ”.

Both Carazo and the councilor of Taranto understand that the interests tourist-cultural of the two communities can be united without entering into conflicts and they are in favor of a world where men and women “live free in free cities” with respect for human rights “as inviolable and inalienable values.”

Under the title ‘Granada: from tradition towards a promising future’, the first mayor recalled that the Passion Week of the city of the Alhambra was declared international tourist interest“which demonstrates its importance worldwide” and has predicted a promising future for a festival that “combines tradition, faith and art, and an example of this is our presence today in this beautiful Italian city.”

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