Romanian national injured in London attack, hospitalised in serious medical state
One of two Romanian nationals injured in the London terror attack on Wednesday afternoon is still in hospital in a serious medical state, while the other one has been discharged. MAE said Thursday in a press statement.
MAE says that immediately after the attack and the transfer of the injured Romanian nationals to the hospital for care, an official of the task force set up at the Romanian diplomatic mission in London urgently travelled to the hospital to inquire into the victims' medical state and to provide consular assistance.
"We want to inform that one of two injured Romanian nationals is still in hospital in a serious medical state, while the other, with minor injuries, was discharged. Romania's Embassy to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is keeping in permanent touch with the family of the person in a serious medical state. The diplomatic mission continues to monitor the case, keeping in touch with the medical facility, the family of the injured and local authorities, being ready to provide consular assistance upon request," says MAE.
MAE says Romanian nationals can ask for consular assistance by dialling the following numbers: Romania's Embassy to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland +44 20 76027328; +44 20 76029833 ; 44 20 76036694 ; 44 20 76025193, calls are redirected to the Centre for Contact and Support for Romanian Nationals Abroad (CCSCRS) and answered to by call centre operators around the clock.
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