With a notice addressed to Albanian citizens today the Embassy of Albania in Italy informs that all consular services will be limited except emergency ones. In addition, the Embassy urges citizens to comply with government measures to avoid spreading the coronavirus.
The Embassy urges citizens to limit movements to any destination, including Albania, until the situation is normalized.
Following the decree of the Council of Ministers of the Italian Republic no. 14 of 9.3.2020, on the further intensification of urgent measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, throughout the Italian territory, the Embassy of Albania announces that its office, as well as the consulates general in Milan and Bari, cease consular services starting today, 10 March 2020, until a second notice.
Consular services (with the exception of notarial deeds and minors' pass) will continue to be available to citizens by post, as well as for emergency services (such as a body transport permit, based on the medical certificate of the competent authorities). Citizens who have an appointment for the issue of passport and identity card in these days will be notified at a later date to schedule a new appointment, once the situation is normalized. We invite you to constantly check our Facebook profile, Twitter and our official sites for new updates.
Taking into account the serious situations of danger and consequences, we invite all citizens to face these moments with a high responsibility, in strict compliance with the measures of the Decree, with full confidence in the Italian authorities.
The Albanian Embassy, in accordance with the decree in question, recommends calm, prudence and limitation of movements to any destination, including Albania, until the situation is normalized.
Together and with the tireless commitment of the Italian authorities we will do it!
Overcoming the situation depends on the responsible behavior of each of us.
The Embassy invites Albanian citizens to set a personal example by joining the "I stay at home" call promoted by the Italian government and civil society.
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