L.A. Meets Ambassador Varricchio and His Contagious Optimism

Armando Varricchio, Ambassador of Italy to the US, speaking at the IIC. Photo Courtesy of the IIC
Armando Varricchio, Ambassador of Italy to the US, speaking at the IIC. Photo Courtesy of the IIC
The recently appointed Ambassador of Italy to the United States, Armando Varricchio was born in Venice, Italy, but completed his MA (summa cum laude) in International Relations at the prestigious University of Padua.   ...

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