Giorgia Meloni: As Prime Minister of Italy

Giorgia Meloni is an Italian politician who has been a prominent figure in Italian politics since the early 2000s. Born on January 15, 1977, in Rome, Italy, she has been associated with the conservative and nationalist political movements in the country.

The Beginning Of Giorgia Meloni`s Political Career:

Meloni began her political career in her youth, joining the youth wing of the Italian Social Movement (MSI), which later evolved into the National Alliance (AN). She quickly rose through the ranks, becoming the national leader of the youth movement of the AN in 2002. Her political trajectory continued as she was elected as a member of the Chamber of Deputies, the lower house of the Italian Parliament, in 2006.

One Step Ahead In Political Career:

In 2009, Meloni was appointed as Minister of Youth in the government of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, marking a significant step in her political career. Following the dissolution of the National Alliance, she co-founded the” Brothers of Italy (Fratelli d’Italia) party in 2012 along with fellow former members of the AN.

Under her leadership, Brothers of Italy has grown to become a prominent force in Italian politics, particularly advocating for conservative and nationalist policies. Meloni has been known for her outspoken stance on immigration, national sovereignty, and traditional family values.

Become The Most Valuable Party Under Meloni`s Leadership:

In the 2018 Italian general elections, Meloni’s party emerged as the third-largest force in the Italian Parliament, further solidifying her influence in national politics. She has often been considered a potential candidate for the prime ministership or other senior political roles in Italy.

Friendship Between Giorgia Meloni And Modi #Melodi:

The ‘Melodi Jodi’ will be reunited again today (14 June) as Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived in Italy’s Apulia to attend the outreach session of the G7 Summit and will hold a bilateral meet with Giorgia Meloni among other world leaders.

This is PM Modi’s first foreign trip as he begins his third term after being sworn in on 9 June at India’s Rashtrapati Bhavan. Before departing for Italy, PM Modi said he was “glad” that his first foreign visit in his third consecutive term as PM was to the European nation for the G7 Summit.

As the two leaders — PM Modi and Italian PM Giorgia Meloni — gear up for a meet, let’s take a look back at their friendship and how they have been able to cement stronger, closer India-Italy ties.

#Melodi Movement:

 Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni showcased the camaraderie with Prime Minister Narendra Modi by taking a selfie video during the G7 summit in Italy. Meloni then shared the video from her official X handle as well as her Instagram profile.

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