Romanians need to know their rights, to make their own health and life insurance and know the law concerning employment protection, said Friday the Minister for Romanians Abroad, Natalia Intotero, on a visit to Italy, according to a press release by the relevant ministry (MRP).
Intotero took part in the official inauguration of the first three info-kiosks acquired by General Consulate of Bari. The devices inform Romanians about consulate services, work conditions, the rights and obligations that come back to them.
“It is extremely important that our Romanians know their rights, to make health and life insurance policies, to know the law concerning employment protection. Being correctly informed can save lives, can preempt tragedies. I would like to remind all Romanians how important it is to be informed from correct, credible sources before going abroad to work, but also after they reach the country where they intend to live, to work, to study,” said Natalia Intotero.
Also, Intotero reiterated the efforts of Bucharest authorities to offering assistance to Romanians from outside the country, “through collecting and supplying information that will preempt cases of abuse and exploitation, as well as identifying some direct ways of support.”