REUTERS - Italy will host a meeting in Rome next month of nations that are united against ISIS, Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni said on Monday.
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Gentiloni told reporters the strategy against ISIS would be discussed "in various meetings, one of these will be in Rome in a month and a half in a meeting of the anti-Daesh (ISIS) coalition."
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said on Sunday Italy had no intention of joining the U.S.-led coalition in attacking ISIS targets in Syria, warning that the air campaign would only add to chaos in the region.