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G20 Berlusconi: I have some difficulty means…

Stories and News No. 267

"In my country I have some difficulties in this moment..." the Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi confessed to Vietnam Premier Nguyen Tan Dung at the opening of the meeting about relations between Italy and the Asian country, at the G20.
He has some difficulties in his country.
I imagine the millions of unemployed…
However I pass over, because I have yet another scoop in my hand.
It seems that a newspaper from Seoul, Viet News, found another interesting key to see Berlusconi’s confession, even if it doesn’t happen every day that he acknowledges some of his weaknesses in the public square.
Have fun…

The Story:

Article translation:
Strengthening the global cooperation between Italy and Vietnam.
On the occasion of the G20 summit in Seoul (Korea), Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung met Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi to discuss measures to strengthen cooperation between their countries.
The Prime Minister expressed satisfaction on the development of cooperative relations between the two nations, particularly in the areas of politics and the high level exchanges.
The fact has puzzled our President is what the Italian Prime Minister said just before the debate: "I have some difficulties in this moment…"
What the Italian President does not know is that in Vietnam, when a person says the phrase I have some difficulty, means he has an urgent need to go to the toilet and that it will take a long time.
Although it is quite unusual that such a statement is made in public by a Prime Minister, our President, knowing the famous eccentricity of his counterpart, has politely shown the exit, where the public toilets actually were.
When he understood that the President was referring to the difficulties he has in Italy (in my country), he laughed a lot, enjoying the joke.
You know, even in Vietnam we see that the Italian Premier, since his debut in politics, has never had difficulties crapping his country…

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