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February 1, 2023

PM Tudose tours new Passport Service hdqtrs. : A modern space; finally, a sign of civilisation

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.

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