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oliva the vik boat we put some flower for his soul the italian convoy vist the port

tThee meeting comes to an end in front of a harbor packed with small boats, each with its own history of resistance; amongst these boats we spot OLIVA, the small boat launched as a tribute to Vittorio Arrigoni a few days after his death. The OLIVA will carry on the monitoring, accompaniment and shielding missions that Vittorio undertook, driven by the dreams of a Mediterranean Sea without borders, where each and everyone may have the right to travel across its waters and explore its shores freely and unharmed. OLIVA, like all the projects in which Vik was involved, has the support of the various groups converging within the convoy, such as the popular comittees against the separation wall and settlements, which made possible the realisation of this dream- this international boat was inaugurated during the first day of the Bil’in Conference on Popular Resistance.

Thee meeting comes to an end in front of a harbor packed with small boats, each with its own history of resistance; amongst these boats we spot OLIVA, the small boat launched as a tribute to Vittorio Arrigoni a few days after his death. The OLIVA will carry on the monitoring, accompaniment and shielding missions that Vittorio undertook, driven by the dreams of a Mediterranean Sea without borders, where each and everyone may have the right to travel across its waters and explore its shores freely and unharmed. OLIVA, like all the projects in which Vik was involved, has the support of the various groups converging within the convoy, such as the popular committee against the separation wall and settlements, which made possible the realization of this dream- this international boat was inaugurated during the first day of the Bil’in Conference on Popular Resistance.

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