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Italian flag Honorary Consulate of Italy in Bangui

Honorary ConsulGiuliani Gino Pierre
AddressRoute de la Colline
Bangui
Central African Republic
PostalBP 811
Phonelocal: 2161.1461
international: +236.2161.1461
Faxlocal: 2161.0816
international: +236.2161.0816
Emailconsulat.italie@hotmail.com

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Francis Kwajan
Tue, 22 Dec 2015 05:12 EST
Inability to get a Letter of Consent notarized
I am working with the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Central African Republic and my family resides in New York-USA. My daughter is due to travel on a school trip to Italy and I am required to prove a parental 'Letter of Consent, for the trip. The letter is to be notarized by the Italian Consulate in Central African Republic since I am in Bangui. I went to the Consulate on Tuesday, 22/12/15 at 08:30am local time and I was told that my request could not be met because the Consular is not available and that I should I could only get it done in Cameroun(I spoke to one Benjamin).If this is the case, then I guess it would be appropriate if it is published that the Consulate is closed.

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