On Sunday 5 and Monday 6 November, the G7 Ministers of Health met in Milan at the “Leonardo da Vinci” Museum of Science and Technology.
The event was attended by the Health Ministers and Heads of Delegation of Italy, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, United Kingdom and United States of America, as well the EU Health Commissioner and Directors of OMS, FAO, OIE, OSCE and EFSA.
One of the core topic was the impact of climate and environmental factors on health. On Sunday afternoon the plenary sessions addressed health and climate change, while on Monday morning the discussion focused on health of women and young people and on antimicrobial resistance.
Milano is Italy’s most important economic centre and one of the world’s major international commercial and financial hubs. Milano produces 10% of Italy’s GDP, which ranks it 4th amongst the European metropolitan areas, hosting more than 3.000 multinational companies. Continue to read