The Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) informs that the underage child’s mother missing in the aftermath of the Nice terrorist attack has been identified in one of the hospitals in the city, and the woman is in a serious, but stable condition.
“As a continuation of the communications referring to the Nice attack and the situation of the two Romanian citizens declared missing, the Foreign Affairs Ministry informs that the minor’s mother was identified in a hospital in Nice. According to the doctors, the underage child’s mother’s condition is quite serious, but stable,” reads a release sent to AGERPRES on Sunday.
According to the MAE, the demarches were conducted with the support of Romania’s Embassy to France and the representative of Romania’s Consulate General in Marseilles.
“The representatives of the Romanian diplomatic missions in France are keeping in touch with the medical staff and will monitor the health status development. The check-ups referring to the situation of the other missing Romanian citizen are continuing,” the MAE points out.
The Foreign Ministry brings to mind that the operations of identifying all the victims conducted by the French authorities have not been completed yet.
Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos had a telephone conversation on Saturday evening with his French counterpart Manuel Valls about the Romanian family who was in Nice on July 14 and whose child is hospitalised. The French Prime Minister reassured PM Ciolos that the authorities “are doing their best to clarify the situation.”
“Unfortunately, the terrorist act in Nice got to us, too. Last night I had a telephone conversation with French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, whom I sent condolences for the numerous victims of the attack. At the same time, we discussed about the Romanian family who was in Nice on the evening of July 14 and whose injured child is in a hospital in the area, in a stable situation. The investigations for identifying the victims are continuing, but, given the context, they are highly complex. Prime Minister Valls reassured me that the French authorities understand the dramatic nature of this situation and are doing their best to clarify the situation of the two Romanian citizens,” Ciolos wrote on his Facebook account on Sunday morning.
A Romanian underage child, declared missing after the attack in Nice, was identified in a hospital in the French city, the Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) announced on Saturday. “In regards to the situation of the underage child admitted to a pediatrics hospital in Nice, he was identified with the aid of the relatives arrived from Romania as being a Romanian citizen,” the cited source informed.