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State Police Headquarter's reconstruction complete


Agostinho Neto

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Headquarter of the "Polizia"

MILANO - Citizens and tourists in the Milan area will be pleased to learn that the Police Headquarter rehabilitation project was today completed in Milan. The State Police Headquarter in Milan was bombed by the Italian Committee for National Liberation (Comitato di Liberazione Nazionale) on August 3, causing 41 dead and hundreds injured. Police Stations in Rome and Naples are scheduled for completion later this year. From all indications, the once bustling Italian State Police is on the track to steady recovery.

The station renovation project took about 17 days to complete at a cost of over 75.000€. The initial work mainly consisted of cleaning and removing rubbish from the sites and demolishing unsafe portions of the buildings. Station renovations included repair and replacement of plumbing and sewer systems, replacement of roofing and other structural components, painting, plastering, installing new windows, doors and frames, as well as flooring and tile.

The Italian Ministry of Interior supervised all of the renovations performed. Rebuilding the Police Stations stations allows the Italian people to see steps are being taken to restore the country’s infrastructure. At the same time, renovation projects such as these send a clear message to the rebels that, despite their attacks, Italy is moving forward. “I am looking forward to the return of full operation of the State Police and the Carabinieri Corp serving the people of Italy and being part of the national Security Forces,” said General Junio Borghese.

Edited by Junio Borghese
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