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February 5, 1988
Italy will consider accepting the 72 American jet fighters being evicted by Spain, but the North Atlantic Treaty Organization must make the final decision on where they are based, U.S. and Italian defense officials said. Defense Secretary Frank C. Carlucci and Valerio Zanone, Italy's defense minister, said the Air Force F-16s should remain in Europe but indicated there was no commitment to base them in Italy. They said no official request has been made to Italy.
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May 8, 1993 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Italy's shaky caretaker government gave Secretary of State Warren Christopher an upbeat ending to an often frustrating European trip Friday by promising to share the risks of military action to punish Serbian aggression in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Foreign Minister Beniamino Andreatta said his country agrees with the United States that the world community must act soon to end the civil war "that affects us and causes us all to be outraged." "Italy is a neighboring country," Andreatta said.
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May 8, 1993 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Italy's shaky caretaker government gave Secretary of State Warren Christopher an upbeat ending to an often frustrating European trip Friday by promising to share the risks of military action to punish Serbian aggression in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Foreign Minister Beniamino Andreatta said his country agrees with the United States that the world community must act soon to end the civil war "that affects us and causes us all to be outraged." "Italy is a neighboring country," Andreatta said.
NEWS
February 5, 1988
Italy will consider accepting the 72 American jet fighters being evicted by Spain, but the North Atlantic Treaty Organization must make the final decision on where they are based, U.S. and Italian defense officials said. Defense Secretary Frank C. Carlucci and Valerio Zanone, Italy's defense minister, said the Air Force F-16s should remain in Europe but indicated there was no commitment to base them in Italy. They said no official request has been made to Italy.
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