The Romanian Forum for Refugees and Migrants (ARCA) launched yesterday, in a press conference, an information guide for the citizens from third countries. “Welcome to Romania! Information guide for the citizens from third countries” approaches aspects that could help them find their way and integrate more easily in the Romanian society. The guide will be available both in printed format and in electronic format in five languages: Romania, English, French, Chinese and Turkish. It includes fives annexes and 12 chapters: introduction, methodology, general framework, right of stay in Romania, work and social protection in Romania, education and culture, other rights and obligations, transport, family, finances, involvement in the community, said Rodica Novac, representative of the Association for the Development of the Organisation SAH ROM. She stressed that the translated versions of the guide include also a short list of usual phrases in Romanian. The guide was made under the project “Welcome to Romania! Improvement of the knowledge of the citizens of third countries regarding their rights, obligations, and possibilities to integrate with the Romanian society,” financed in a proportion of 75 per cent by the European Commission.