PM Ciolos pays visit to Italy, attends state funerals. No missing Romanian after earthquake

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Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos, accompanied by Minister of Labour Dragos Pîslaru, paid a visit to Italy on Tuesday, where he met the four Romanians injured and the Romanian families victims of the quake, now sheltered in the Camp in the Amatrice area, the Government informs.

After meeting the Romanian conationals hospitalized or sheltered in Amatrice camp, PM Ciolos informed that no Romanian is gone missing anymore following the earthquake. Ciolos also said that he would propose that the day of Thursday to be declared day of national mourning in the memory of the Romanian citizens who died in the seism.

In the evening, Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos and Minister Dragos Pîslaru attended the state funeral held in memory of the victims of the earthquake, along with the Italian President Sergio Mattarella and Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, the source reads.

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