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(ANSA) - Rome, January 31 - Italian President Giorgio
Napolitano on Friday blasted India's handling of the case of two
Italian marines accused of killing two Indian fisherman during
an anti-piracy mission in 2012.
He said in statement that the case had been managed in
"contradictory, disconcerting ways by the Indian authorities".
The head of State added that he will support efforts by
Premier Enrico Letta to raise awareness among Italy's
international partners about the marines, who could face the
"The head of State will continue and intensify the contacts
established on this issue with the heads of State of friendly
nations, having already encountered attention and understanding
about this painful case from them," added the statement.