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    FOREIGN MINISTRY COORDINATES EFFORTS TO SAFEGUARD SRI LANKANS AMIDST RISE OF CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) IN ITALY

    February 25, 2020

    The Foreign Relations Ministry in coordination with the Sri Lanka Embassy in Rome and the Consulate General Office in Milan has taken action to closely monitor and coordinate efforts to ensure the safety of Sri Lankans residing in Italy, following the recent rise of COVID-19 cases, particularly in the Lombardy Region.

    According to the Sri Lanka Embassy in Rome and the Sri Lanka Consulate General Office in Milan, presently no Sri Lankans have fallen victim to the virus. Over 104,000 Sri Lankans reside in Italy of which approximately 60 percent are in the Lombardy region. The Missions are presently communicating with the health authorities in these regions and are in contact with Sri Lankan Temples, community leaders and all others concerned.

    Sri Lankans visiting Italy, in particular, northern Italy are requested to be vigilant and take all necessary precautions in line with rules, regulations and safety measures issued by the local authorities for the contaminant of the virus.

    Hotlines operated by the Embassy and Consulate are currently functional on a round-the-clock basis and a Help Desk is also operational in order to respond to the needs of the Sri Lankan community.

    The Hotlines are:

    Embassy General Lines:

    (0039)-06-884-0801, (0039)-06-885-4560

    Sri Lanka Embassy in Rome:

    Mr. Sisira Senavirathne , Charge d’Affaires, (0039)3499351745

    Ms. Priya Nagarajah, Third Secretary, (0039) 3403581603

    Ms. Nimali Jayamaha, Management Assistant, (0039) 3483027997

    Consulate General Lines:

    (0039)2495365530, (0039)245395621

    Sri Lanka Consulate General in Milan:

    Ms Sandamalee Dissanayake, Attaché (0039) 3888016268

    Ms.Chathurika Roshani, Management Assistant (0039)3887249016

     

    Ministry of Foreign Relations
    Colombo
    24 February 2020

     

     

     

     

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