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Italy's Meloni vows to put national energy interests first

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Giorgia Meloni, the far-right leader who is expected to head the next Italian government, said that Rome will start putting national interests first. Meloni's Brothers of Italy party leads a right-wing coalition that took 44 percent of the vote. In her speech Saturday in Milan, Meloni addressed the energy crisis, and referred to negotiations between European energy ministers.
2 months ago·Rome, Italy

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Italy's Meloni vows to put national energy interests first

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Italy's Meloni vows to put national energy interests first

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Italy's Meloni vows to put national energy interests first

Far-right leader Giorgia Meloni is vowing to put Italy's national interests first in tackling soaring energy costs

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Italy’s Meloni vows to put national energy interests first

Far-right leader Giorgia Meloni, who is poised to become Italy's next premier, vowed Saturday to put national interests first in tackling soaring energy costs as she made her first public outing since her Brothers of Italy party won the most votes in the country's national election.

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Italy’s Meloni vows to put national energy interests first

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