Two Romanians have died in a road accident in Turkey, in an area located between Manavgat and Akseki, and 14 others who were in the minibus were injured and taken to hospitals for medical care, the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) has informed on Monday.
The Foreign Ministry said that the minibus accident occurred in Turkey on Monday having onboard 16 tourists of Romanian nationality.
According to information delivered through the Romanian Embassy in Ankara, two Romanian citizens have died and other 14 needed medical care, being transported to two hospitals nearby.
MAE also provides that a consular team, including a representative of the Honorary Consulate of Romania in Antalya, was en route to the hospital in which the Romanian citizens have been hospitalised to check their situation and maintain contact with the physicians.
Meanwhile, the Romanian ambassador in Ankara is in constant contact with the governor of Antalya province and with the hospital managers. The Romanian ambassador has requested the Turkish Foreign Ministry’s assistance to obtain all information related to the case under consideration and to provide the necessary support, MAE informs.
The Romanian Embassy in Ankara keeps in constant touch with the competent Turkish authorities and is ready to provide consular assistance, according to its legal powers.