Italian ambassador to Australia, Francesca Tardioli dies after falling from balcony

In Italy, the ambassador to Australia has died after falling from the balcony of a home in her home town. On 20 February, Sunday, as per the information provided by the sources, the woman named Ambassador Francesca Tardioli was discovered dead outside a house in Foligno, which is the north side of Rome.

Moreover, the investigators are working on the death of the woman by the local authorities, mentioned in the report.

The ambassador of Australia to Italy named, Margaret Twomey, has mentioned about the loss of the woman on Social media.

On 19 February Saturday, she stated on Twitter, “Heartbreaking news on the passing of Ambassador Francesca Tardioli. Dear friend. Brilliant colleague. Greatly respected diplomat.”

Along with this, it was said that she was one of the beautiful as well as most amazing gifts to Australia for Italy.

The Embassy of Italy on the website of Australia has been described Ms Tardioli as a seasoned diplomat who has served as ambassador since September 2019.

The foreign ministry of Italy mentioned on Twitter, “It is with profound sorrow that we weep for the loss of Francesca Tardioli and join the family’s grief. She was a great diplomat and servant of the State.”

According to the reports, “She allegedly lost her balance while leaning over her balcony.”

The woman was fluent in both English and French with better information of the German and Spanish languages, mentioned by the Italian Embassy on Australia’s website.

Additionally, the embassy and Italy’s foreign affairs ministry also applauded Ms Tardioli in social media posts on 20 February, Sunday.

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