The MAE announced on Thursday morning that, during Wednesday, the evacuation of two more Romanian citizens, a mother and a child, took place from Sudan, with a special evacuation flight organized by the Swedish authorities to Djibouti.
At the same time, the MAE mentions that the eight Romanian citizens and a Sudanese citizen, a family member, who left Djibouti on Tuesday, with a military flight organized by the Greek authorities to Athens, arrived in Romania during Wednesday evening. The MFA provided the necessary support for the repatriation to Romania, by ensuring the transport from Athens to the country and fulfilling all the transit formalities with the support of the representatives of the Romanian Embassy in Greece located at the Athens airport.
Also, the Romanian embassies in Addis Ababa and Cairo are keeping an eye on the situation of a group of nine Romanian citizens and a family member (a Sudanese citizen), who are in the border area with the Arab Republic of Egypt and are waiting to enter Egyptian territory. Embassy representatives have taken steps with the Egyptian authorities to facilitate access to Egypt and maintain permanent contact with the respective persons. The MFA provides the necessary support for the subsequent repatriation to Romania, by issuing travel documents, ensuring transport between the entry point in Egypt and Cairo and transport, by air, to the final destination.
The Romanian embassies in Addis Ababa and Cairo are paying attention to the situation of nine other Romanian citizens and two family members (a Sudanese citizen and an Egyptian citizen), in Sudan, whom they are supporting to leave the territory of Sudan by road and enter the Republic Arabic Egypt. The persons in question intend to remain on Egyptian territory and have not requested consular support
for travel to Romania.
The diplomatic missions of Romania in Ethiopia and Egypt are in permanent contact with the aforementioned Romanian citizens to provide them with the consular assistance necessary to reach their final destination.
“At this moment, according to the data held by the Romanian Embassy in Addis Ababa, there are still 8 Romanian citizens and three family members (Sudanese citizens) in Sudan, who have requested support in order to evacuate,” said the MFA.
The Ministry reminds that, considering the deterioration of the security situation, as of April 17, 2023, the travel alert for Sudan was raised to level 8 out of 9 and recommends
to all Romanian citizens who are still on the territory of Sudan to leave this country immediately.
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