The letters of consent for travel of a minor child might become valid for three years, without the need of the travel destination to be named in the letter.
The Government on Wednesday adopted a bill on the matter, according to spokesman Dan Suciu.
“The Government passed a bill that complies with the policy of cutting through red tape and simplifying procedures related to changes in the parental consent for travel abroad of Romanian minor children so that the letters of consent might be valid for multiple travels, instead for each travel separately. That is, the letter should be valid for three years, without mention of the destinations. So far, there has been one letter for each travel and the mention of the destination. We are simplifying the procedure by discarding the obligation to mention the purpose of the travel, in a bill to be submitted to Parliament,” Suciu told journalists at the government Ho