Portuguese ambassador to South Africa advises Portuguese to “stay at home”
The ambassador of Portugal to South Africa, Manuel Carvalho, this Tuesday advised the approximately 450,000 Portuguese in the country to “stay at home”, stressing that the Portuguese authorities are “alert” due to violence in various regions of the country. parents.
“The community must strictly follow the recommendations of the authorities and act with the greatest possible precaution: if you don’t need to go out, don’t leave the house; and maybe it’s days not to open stores or other establishments,” the diplomat appealed.
The “consular structures are alert and are closely monitoring the situation”, added Manuel Carvalho, in a message that is being disseminated through various groups of the social network WhatsApp of the Portuguese associative movement in the country.
Source: Jornal i by ionline.sapo.pt.
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