He served as a Captain-Regent of San Marino from April 2001 until October 2001. From October 2001 until December 2003, he served as Secretary of State for Planning, Environment and Agriculture. From January 2004 until July 2006 he served as the minister of foreign and political affairs of San Marino until he was succeeded on July 27 by Fiorenzo Stolfi. From July 2006, he was minister of public health until September 2008. Since December 2008, he has served as Secretary of State for Tourism, Sports, Economic Planning and Relations.
Berardi was a member of the Sammarinese Socialist Party and its successor the Party of Socialists and Democrats until September 2008 when he and another member, Nadia Ottaviani, splintered off to form a new party, Arengo and Freedom, which he now leads.
- "Cuba: Highlights of Cubavision TV news 1700 gmt 12 Jul 04". BBC. 13 July 2004. Retrieved 3 May 2010. "San Marino Foreign Minister Fabio Berardi arrives tonight in Cuba..."
- "Anti-terror fight must not detract from other priorities, officials tell UN Assembly". United Nations. 28 September 2004. Retrieved 3 May 2010. "Fabio Berardi, San Marino's Foreign Minister..."
- "SAN MARINO - San Marino. Inaugurata nuova banca per conservazione autologa del cordone ('SAN MARINO - San Marino. Opened new bank for storage of autologous cord')". ADUC. 26 April 2007. Retrieved 3 May 2010. "ha partecipato il segretario di Stato alla Sanita' di San Marino, Fabio Berardi. ('attended by Secretary of State for Health 'of San Marino Fabio Berardi')"
- A Directory of World Leaders & Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments (2008-2009 Edition ed.). Arc Manor LLC. 2008. p. 345. ISBN 978-1-60450-155-1. Retrieved 3 May 2010.
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