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Un cutremur de 3 grade pe scara Richter a avut loc în județul Vrancea

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Un cutremur cu magnitudinea de 3 grade pe scara Richter a avut loc, în noaptea de miercuri spre joi, în județul Vrancea, anunță Institutul Național de Cercetare-Dezvoltare pentru Fizica Pământului.

Potrivit INCDFP, seismul a avut loc la ora 2.58 în județul Vrancea, potrivit Mediafax.ro.

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Cutremurul cu magnitudinea de 3 grade pe scara Richter s-a produs la adâncimea de 127 de kilometri.

Cutremurul s-a produs în apropierea oraşelor Brașov (79 km), Ploiești (92 km), Bacău (102 km), Galați (113 km), Brăila (115 km), București (142 km), Pitești (165 km), Iași (183 km), Sibiu (193 km).

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Foreign Affairs Ministry: 470 Romanians flown home from Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Iraq

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that 470 Romanian citizens were repatriated on Thursday from Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands and Iraq, by the joint efforts of several Romanian institutions.

„In continuation of the steps taken to facilitate the return home of Romanian citizens who reside abroad and who were affected by the air traffic restrictions adopted by other states in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announces that 277 Romanians have been flown home from the Kingdom of Spain (on the route Bucharest – Madrid – Bucharest, respectively Bucharest – Barcelona – Bucharest), another 14 Romanians have repatriated from the Republic of Iraq (on the route Bucharest – Erbil – Bucharest) and 179 Romanians have been brought home from the Kingdom of Belgium and the Kingdom of the Netherlands (on the route Bucharest – Brussels – Amsterdam – Bucharest), as a result of the joint efforts of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure and Communications and the Ministry of Internal Affairs,” the Foreign Ministry said in a release on Friday.

The returnees were brought home aboard three flights operated by Tarom and of one flight operated by a Romanian private company.

„The repatriated Romanian citizens could not extend their stay on the territory of the respective states for various reasons. The steps taken by the Romanian authorities have made possible the return to Romania of 33 foreign residents. Repatriation steps also allowed 17 Iraqi citizens to return to their home state on the route Bucharest – Erbil – Bucharest; 125 foreign nationals boarded the same flight and continued their journey via Romania to the state of destination,” the release said.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs also renewed its call for people to carefully check, prior to any travel, the information, travel advice and alerts posted on its website, as well as the information of interest available on the websites of the Romanian diplomatic missions and consular offices abroad.

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IntMin Vela announces restriction-free cross-border traffic with Hungary as of 21:00 hrs

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Minister of the Interior Marcel Vela declared on Friday that Hungary has lifted the restriction under which travelers were allowed to transit the neighboring country’s territory only within certain time intervals, so that traffic from Romania to Hungary can carry on continuously; this is expected to eliminate crowding at certain border checkpoints.

„As of today, the regulation imposing a certain time window for entering Hungary is no longer in effect. Therefore, travel from Romania to Hungary is free at any time and from 21.00 hrs this evening, when traffic on the border with Austria will be opened, travel across Hungary will be on a permanent basis, it will no longer be halted tomorrow at 13.00 hrs. So, cross-border travel between Romania and Hungary is free at any time. The restriction imposed by the Hungarian authorities, which allowed transit from Austria to Romania via Hungary only between certain hours, and which caused hot spots in traffic at Romania’s border because of the high sudden inflow of travelers, no longer exists,” Marcel Vela said at he visited the Nadlac I border crossing point.

The IntMin said that pedestrian cross-border transit is still in place, but that he hopes that with the resumption of international passenger transport as of June 1, this phenomenon will be kept at a minimum.

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