The Embassy of the Republic of Moldova in Israel recommends the Moldovan citizens who are in this country to follow and strictly obey the security directives announced by the Israeli authorities and to avoid public places and going out of home if only in emergencies. If the attacks resume, they should use the anti-missile shelters.
The Embassy noted that it has been permanently in contact with the Israeli authorities. There are now no data about Moldovan citizens who would have suffered as a result of the bombings on Israeli cities on May 11 and in the morning of May 12, IPN reports.
The Israeli authorities issued a security alert in particular settlements where a special activity regime was introduced. The Ben Gurion International Airport resumed operations after a period, operating the earlier scheduled flights.
The Embassy of the Republic of Moldova works as usual. For questions, one can call on 037770544.
According to Reuters, at least 35 people were killed in Gaza and five in Israel as a result of the air strikes of the last few days. On Tuesday evening, Tel Aviv was the target of a massive rocket attack from the Gaza after the Israeli army destroyed a 13-stiry building - Hanadi Tower that is considered a fief of Hamas.