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No injured Cypriots reported in Italy quake

Tourists disembark from a ferry at Pozzuoli harbour after an earthquake hits the island of Ischia, in Naples, Italy August 22, 2017. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca

The foreign ministry has no information about Cypriot nationals being among the injured from the earthquake in Naples, it was announced on Tuesday.

In a written statement, the ministry said it was monitoring the situation closely and was in touch with the island’s embassy in Role as well as with Italian authorities.

“So far there is no information about Cypriot citizens being among the victims or facing any serious problem as a result of the earthquake,” the ministry said.

In case of emergency, Cypriot nationals should contact:

Embassy in Rome, 35, Via Ludovisi, 00187, working hours 8.30am to 4pm16:00, Monday to Friday, contact details +39 068088365 /7, +39 3286140862 (Mob), fax +39 068088338, email [email protected]

Honorary Consul of the Republic of Cyprus – Napoli, Mr. Michele Pappalardo, Via G. Melisurgo, 15 80133, Tel: +39 0815521276, +39 3357735120 (Mob) Fax: +39 0815523878, email: [email protected]

Duty officer in Nicosia +35799660129, email [email protected]

Crisis centre +35722801000, email [email protected]

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