Disruptions are possible in rail, road, air, sea and public transport in major Italian cities, warns MAE in a statement.
For more information on the affected services, Romanian citizens are asked to consult the website of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport, www.mit.gov.it, as well as the official websites of the transport companies with which it intends to travel. In the case of passengers traveling by air, it is recommended to consult the existing information on the websites of the airports and to contact the airlines.
Romanian citizens can request consular assistance at the telephone numbers of the Romanian Embassy in Rome: +390683523358; +390683523356; +390683523352; +390683523344, the calls being redirected to the Contact and Support Center of Romanian Citizens Abroad (CCSCRS) and taken over by the Call Center operators on a permanent basis.
Also, Romanian citizens who face a difficult, special, emergency situation have at their disposal the permanent telephone number of the Romanian Embassy in Italy: +393451473935, respectively of the Consulate of Trieste: +393408821688; Consulate in Milan: +39366108 1444; Consulate of Turin: +393387568134; Consulate of Bologna: +393491178220; Consulate of Bari: +393346042299; Consulate of Catania: +393209653137.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs recommends consulting the websites roma.mae.ro, www.mae.ro, Facebook page of the Romanian Embassy in Italy and recalls that Romanian citizens traveling abroad have at their disposal the “Travel safely” application, which provides information and travel advice.