Prime Minister Mihai Tudose on Monday morning visited the new headquarters of the Passport Service at the Plaza Romania shopping center in Bucharest, calling the new space as a modern one.
“We have seen a modern space, a very good thing. And if people have to wait for 20 minutes – half an hour, the surroundings are ok: they have a place for coffee or food; the temperature, the environment is fine, they are not standing in the sun in a yard. It’s okay; finally, a sign of civilisation. Congratulations once again,” Antena 3 private broadcaster quotes Tudose as saying.
The prime minister added that he had also discussed with those who were waiting in line for their passports.
“They waited for 20 minutes – half an hour, which, I dare say, is fine. They were all happy,” Tudose said.