Romanian citizens can ask for consular assistance at Romania’s Embassy in Berlin: +493021239555, +493021239514 şi +493021239516, at the General Consulate in Bonn: +492286838135; +492286838211; +492286838244; +492286838254 and at the General Consulate in Munich: +4989553307; +498998106143.
At the same time, Romanians facing a difficult, urgent situation can also call at +4916090884680, +491735757585, +491602087789 or +491716813450.
MAE also advised Romanian citizens to check the websites: http://berlin.mae.ro, www.meteoalarm.eu, www.mae.ro, while reminding the application “Călătoreşte în siguranţă” (http://www.mae.ro/app_cs) provides information and travel advice.
Blast in Bologna affects road traffic in Italy
MAE also informed the Romanians who are in Italy or plan to visit this country that, following the blast occurred in Bologna on Monday, the traffic on A14 motorway is disrupted in the area affected by the incident. Citizens who are traveling on A14 towards Florence-Rome are recommended to leave the highway at Cesena exit and continue ride on the European road E45 Ravenna-Orte.
Romanian citizens can ask for consular assistance at the General Consulate in Bologna: +390515872120; +390515872209, and also the permanent phone number: +393491178220, but also to check the websites http://bologna.mae.ro, www.mae.ro.
Traffic jam and code red for heat in Croatia
MAE announced that due to the holiday peak of the season in August in Croatia, traffic on the main motorways A1 Zagreb-Split-Dubrovnik and A6 Zagreb-Rijeka,which link the continental region to the Adriatic Sea coast, as well as on A3 Bregana–Lipovac, the main transit route between Slovenia and Serbia, is highly intense, with roadblocks stretching on tens of kilometers.
At the same time, the weather forecast show significant growing temperatures during August 6-10, which prompted meteorologists issuing a code red for heat in Knin, Rijeka, Split, Dubrovnik regions, and a code yellow code in Zagreb.
MAE advised citizens to check the following websites: http://www.hak.hr/en#traffic-flow-and-road-conditions, http://www.hznet.hr, http://www.portauthority.hr and http://www.ccaa.hr.
Romanian citizens can benefit of consular assistance at the Romanian Embassy in Zagreb: +38514677660 or +38514610009, and at the Romanian permanent mission in Croatia +38598414341, and can check http://Zagreb.mae.ro,www.mae.ro.
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