In the context of the deteriorating security situation in Ukraine, at the suggestion of the Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Nicu Popescu, a Crisis Headquarters was created as part of his department.
The Crisis Headquarters also maintains contacts with the diplomatic missions of our country abroad and foreign diplomatic missions accredited in the Republic of Moldova, moldpres.md reports.
At the same time, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs ordered to strengthen security measures in diplomatic missions accredited in the Republic of Moldova.
The Ministry recalls the appeal to the citizens of the Republic of Moldova not to travel to a neighboring country, and those who are temporarily in Ukraine to immediately leave the territory of this state.
In order to facilitate the communication of citizens of the Republic of Moldova with consular officers, the department asks to fill out a special form: forms.office.com/r/L31TQDc457
Hotlines of diplomatic missions have been set up which operate on a permanent basis (24/7):
Kyiv: +38 068 384 2016 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Odessa: +380 99 242 0835 or by email: email@example.com.
You can contact the MFAEI call center by phone 0 80 090 990 - free of charge from a landline phone in any locality of the Republic of Moldova or by numbers +373 22 23 20 02; +373 22 20 10 47 (including from abroad) or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Furthermore, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration urges all citizens to get information only from official sources in order to prevent possible distortions of reality as a result of the activation of various social media channels generating fake news for the purpose of misinforming the population.