© Reuters. Italian President Sergio Mattarella speaks throughout a gathering with members of the family of Morandi bridge collapse victims, in Rome
ROME (Reuters) – Italian President Sergio Mattarella, responding to feedback from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the unfold of coronavirus, mentioned on Thursday that Italy liked freedom, however was additionally critical.
Johnson informed parliament in London this week that Britain had a worse an infection charge than nations like Italy and Germany as a result of it was a “freedom-loving nation” which subsequently resisted social restrictions to curb the virus.
Requested in regards to the remark throughout a go to to Sardinia, Mattarella mentioned: “We Italians additionally love freedom, however we additionally care about seriousness.”
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