(ANSA) - ROME, JUL 28 - "What makes me optimistic is that the drive for change now meets a substantial and determined global response": said Charles Prince of Wales, eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and heir to the British throne, speaking at the third and last day of the UN pre-summit on food systems, which was held in Rome - with the contribution of the Italian government - at the FAO headquarters.
"But this response and its practical implementation must be swift. The security and the ability of the whole system to be a life support to our planet depend on it. We all work with the awareness of that responsibility it will not only benefit nature, but also people. and the planet, "he added.
The three-day Capitoline event anticipated the food systems summit to be held in September in New York during the UN General Assembly. (HANDLE).