Monaco’s Minister of Health and Social Affairs, Didier Gamerdinger and Mr. Giulio Alaimo, the new Ambassador of Italy to the Principality, met on Monday, November 30, to discuss several issues of mutual importance.

At the top of the agenda was the topic of teleworking, which could be of considerable benefit to Italians who travel to Monaco to work.

Although not as numerous as French commuters, more than 4,000 Italians travel very work day to their jobs in Monaco.

The coronavirus crisis has made distance working a more attractive proposition for many companies and their employees.