Summit on Jewish-Italian security held in Rome

'Terror threat won't prevent us from living proudly, openly'

(ANSA) - Rome, November 20 - Jewish leaders and law and national order officials met Friday to come up with stiffer security measures for Jewish sites throughout Italy in the wake of last Friday's Islamic terror attacks in Paris. Union of Italian Jewish Communities (UCEI) President Renzo Gattegna met with National Police Chief Alessandro Pansa and Carabinieri General Tullio del Sette. "The terrible terrorist threat will not prevent us from proudly and openly living out our Jewish identity," he said.
   

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