Bucharest, March 25 /Agerpres/ - A group of 190 Romanian citizens was repatriated, on Wednesday evening, from Rome, by a charter plane operated by TAROM, informs a release of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) issued for AGERPRES.
The Romanian Embassy in Rome is making efforts to identify and locate the Romanian citizens who were either transiting Italy or vacationing there and who have no possibilities to return home, informed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
"Please believe me, as I stand here, that together with other leaders of democratic parties, we will try to create the best government Slovakia has ever had," Matovic said on Sunday morning.
Two years after the brutal murder of investigative journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiancée shocked the country, parliamentary elections have brought palpable change to Slovakia.
Southern Europe's bond markets succumbed to selling pressure on Tuesday as concern that Italy may not be alone in combating the coronavirus outbreak gripped markets.
The coronavirus death toll climbed to seven in Italy on Monday and several Middle East countries were dealing with their first infections, sending markets into a tailspin on Monday.
Two Greek citizens who were among the passengers trapped on the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan due to the outbreak of coronavirus in Asia have been repatriated, Greece's Foreign Ministry said on Saturday.
The two citizens flew into Elefsina's military airport on Saturday morning from Rome's Patrica Di Mare military airport where they arrived from Japan on Friday.
The International Greek Language Day celebration, which took place at the Embassy of the Hellenic Republic to Romania on Thursday evening, was devoted to the personality of Latin literature professor Liviu Franga, a dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures of the University of Bucharest, and included a conference on the influence of the Greek language on the Latin language held