Finnish Prime Minister Katainen bound to Rome

Finnish premier Jyrki Katainen. Photo by Gianfranco Nitti
ROME - The Prime Minister of Finland, Jyrki Katainen, 42, will meet the Prime Minister of Italy, Enrico Letta, in Rome on Monday, October 14th
The premiers will discuss issues on the agenda of the October European Council, including: measures to boost growth and competitiveness; efforts related to employment and prevention of youth unemployment; and ways to promote the Digital Single Market. The discussions will also focus on the progress of the euro area adjustment programme and economic situations and structural reforms in Finland and Italy.
During his visit, Prime Minister Katainen will give a speech on a fair and successful Europe at an event organized by the Italian Institute of International Affairs. Mr Katainen will also meet with the Italian President Giorgio Napolitano and former prime minister, Senator Mario Monti.
Prime Minister Katainen's government is a right-left coalition made by the National Coalition Party, Social Democratic Party, Left Alliance, Green League, Swedish People's Party and Christian Democrats.
He paid his last visit to Rome on April 17th, 2012.