Italian Dream Born in Belarus

Italian Dream Born in Belarus

30 October 2018 6094

Not so long ago, we reported on the importance, with which SkyWay technology is treated in Italy where it is considered as one of the main ways to promote the development of agro-tourism in this blessed corner of the Earth. On October 28, the Italian media released an article under the title “The Metro Aspromonte Project Resumes Transportation in the South of Italy”. Its author Sebastiano Capozzi expresses hope that the first commercially operated section of SkyWay transport and infrastructure complex will be built within its framework.

This idea was disclosed at the regular conference “Metro Aspromonte: from the right on mobility to rural tourism for sustainable development of inner regions” initiated by the Consortium of UniReggio metropolitan universities together with the campus of Chieti University. In its course, experts presented the aforementioned project and innovative SkyWay technology, which, according to the author, is already at an advanced stage of technical evaluation by local authorities in the Republic of San Marino, who consider SkyWay transport a valuable contribution to mobility in this small independent state.

Briefly summarizing highlights of Metro Aspromonte project and recalling the specifics of Yunitskiy’s SkyWay Transport that makes it the only feasible option to the problems facing the region, Sebastiano Capozzi concludes that it allows the south of Italy to get a certain advantage over the north – a much more developed part of the country presently.

Further on in the publication, it becomes clear that in Italy (it is a pity that not all countries follow its example) they have already realized the disastrous consequences of the pernicious influence of incompetent transport management on the entire region’s economy: “For this reason, a project like SkyWay can only be welcomed by everyone and, in particular, by residents of the region where isolated areas are the norm. It is about restoring the importance of those places that are often forgotten, but could become centers of attraction for the tourism market.”

The presentation of the project was greeted with applause from the audience, expressing the desire for its speedy implementation for the benefit of the regional economy, which has something to offer the tourism industry. As the author notes, it is impossible to predict whether the Metro Aspromonte project will be implemented and, if so, within what time-frame: “It’s clear that its presentation alone feeds many dreams and hopes of a huge number of Calabrians who would finally see their land an example for all.”

You can view the original publication here.


Mikhail Kirichenko

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