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(dəˈleɪ mə)
Massimo, born 1949, premier of Italy since 1998.
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The US policy of overt and covert support for the terrorist groups and its wrong assessment of the regional developments have prolonged instability in the Middle-East and North Africa and cause its spread to other regions," Amir Abdollahian said in a meeting with former Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema in Tehran on Wednesday.
He said this in a meeting with Italy's former foreign minister Massimo D'Alema on the sidelines of 2nd Tehran Security Conference 2018: Regional Security in West Asia, Emerging Challenges and Trends, said IRNA.
In a fierce assault on party dissidents, including former prime minister Massimo D'Alema, Renzi said they were looking to hold back Italy for their own personal gain and warned of a political quagmire if he loses the Dec.
The real problem is to solve the challenge of living together," former Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema recently told Today's Zaman at a conference in Brussels.
The session was also attended by former Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema, and the Coordinator of the Southeast European Cooperative Initiative (SECI) and Special Coordinator of the former Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe, Erhard Busek.
The FEPS aims to be the core of a network that will push parties and foundations that usually stay in the national sphere to work together, explains D'Alema.
He was "a highly disputed figure", fellow former premier Massimo D'Alema said, but three-time premier Silvio Berlusconi insisted "he knew how to defend democracy and freedom in difficult times".
However he maintained girls performed burlesque shows and once a girl wore a mask of former Italian left-wing PM Massimo d'Alema.
L'ancien chef du gouvernement italien, Massimo D'Alema, critique "l'absence de vision" de l'Union europeenne et "la faillite de la politique d'austerite" dans la gestion de la crise de la dette grecque, dans un entretien au quotidien belge Le Soir.
Al-Hayat al-Jadida quoted SecretaryGeneral of the Presidency,Tayeb Abdul Rahim, during his meeting with Former Italian Prime Minister, Massimo D'Alema, saying "Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu must choose between peace and settlement activities.
As Massimo D'Alema, a prominent politician and ex-prime minister, put it, "Nobody yields power willingly; men will certainly not do it in favor of women.
Amigo de Carlos Fuentes, D'Alema es asesorado en asuntos latinoamericanos por Alfonso Ruizauzi, un mexicano que fue refugiado politico en Italia en los anos 70.