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MAE: Romanian Embassy in Kazakhstan is in contact with 100 Romanians there

February 3, 2022

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) informs that the staff of the Romanian Embassy in Nur-Sultan is safe, and the Romanian diplomatic mission in Kazakhstan is in contact with the approximately 100 Romanian citizens in this country, who are mainly specialists and experts employed by private companies.So far, only two requests for information on airlines flight schedule have been received, according to an MAE release sent on Thursday.The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through the Romanian Embassy in Nur-Sultan, is ready to provide consular assistance according to existing requests.Romanian citizens who are facing an emergency situation have at their disposal the permanent telephone number of the Romanian Embassy in the Republic of Kazakhstan: +77771926464.In this context, the Romanian Ministry states that it has been following closely, since their start, the recent developments in the Republic of Kazakhstan, where in recent days there have been mass movements, accompanied by violence, amid socio-economic demands, with the state of emergency having been introduced throughout the country.In line with the European Union's position on these developments, the MAE emphasizes the importance of a peaceful settlement and inclusive dialogue on the situation in Kazakhstan. The MAE also calls for the avoidance of violence and incitement to violence.

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