(ANSA) – PESARO, 01 JUL – “Let’s think of a reasonable, reasoned retreat. But I say no to those who think of a straight Adriatic railway line, set back 30 kilometers from the coast, connecting Bologna to Lecce and then I really don’t understand who can serve “. This was stated by the Minister of Infrastructure and Sustainable Mobility Enrico Giovannini, in his speech at the conference ‘Dialogues on the Recovery and Resilience Plan “in Pesaro. Before the event, the minister stressed that the strengthening of the Adriatic,” a key corridor for the European Union “can bring inconvenience. For this reason interventions will be studied” together with the Regions concerned “, bearing in mind, however, that it is a” flow line for goods in Italy and, with all the investment being made in ports of the center, north and south, we cannot risk it becoming a bottleneck “. (ANSA).