Barack Obama will receive Italy’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi


WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama will get Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi on October 18 at the White House for talks concentrating on the eventual fate of Europe, press secretary Josh Earnest said Monday. 

The official visit "will be a chance to perceive the profundity and broadness of our association with Italy and trade sees on the eventual fate of Europe," Earnest said. 

Depicting Italy as "one of our nearest and most grounded partners," Earnest said the two pioneers will likewise examine environmental change and the exile emergency influencing southern Europe. 

By the day's end, Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will have Renzi and his better half, Agnese Landini, at a state supper at the White House.