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Golf: Ryder Cup work to be done on time says Abodi

Tajani says event will boost Expo 2030 bid

Redazione ANSA ROME

(ANSA) - ROME, APR 12 - Infrastructure and other work for the 2023 Ryder Cup in Rome this autumn will be completed on time, Sports Minister Andrea Abodi said at the presentation of the Italian Open to be held at the Ryder venue, the Marco Simone Golf Club, in May.
    "An incessant work is continuing on infrastructures, the works are going forward and the timeframe will be respected. All the public works will be completed before the event" on September 29-October 1, the minister said.
    "Rome will surprise itself with this event. It pits two cultures and two continents against each other and the government's significant presence will not be a one-off for the Ryder Cup, it will last over years because we believe in golf and its development.
    "We will do many things together, it is a government team that has the pleasure of collaborating, also via lively talks, but always respectful ones".
    Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani said the Italian Open "is an antipasto for the Ryder Cup, on which we are working an awful lot to put the spotlight on Rome while we take forward the capital's candidacy for Expo 2030.
    "Hosting the Ryder Cup means demonstrating that Rome is able to organize extraordinary events, it means reinforcing our candidacy: it won't be simple but we will do all we can to make sure Rome presents itself also as a place to do business.
    "As far as my ministry is concerned, I can add that sport is a great tool for diplomacy. For this reason we are presenting the Expo bid in all embassies and all consulates, speaking of the Ryder Cup, and also the arrival of the Giro d'Italia. And we are in the front line for the European soccer championships too. We are putting everything into it".
    Tourism Minister Daniela Santanché said "it's a beautiful day for Italy. We often forget how good we are, and this time we are first. We must be proud, optimism serves in life and politics, it gives strength and makes things concrete. Without passion you can't achieve any result. (ANSA).