Rome (IP)- The accessibility of urban facilities for people with disabilities was reviewed at a meeting in Italy.

Iran PressEurope: The Liberal Solidarity Movement organized the conference, which took place on Tuesday evening at the Governor's Palace in Rome, Italy's capital. Attendees included managers and representatives from Italian political, legal, and religious institutions. David Elmi, the deputy of the movement, emphasized the primary goal of unifying Italian society during an interview with an IranPress correspondent in Rome.

The Italian Muslims and Christians conference focused on innovative solutions to increase accessibility for people with disabilities and promote better coexistence among all members of society.

Giuseppe Trieste, the head of a non-governmental organization dedicated to removing urban barriers for disabled individuals, highlighted the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the association and Shia and Sunni communities in Italy regarding disability rights.

Trieste called for the elimination of urban barriers that hinder disabled people.

According to a report by the Italian Statistics Center, there are over 3 million disabled individuals in Italy.


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