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MIL OSI Translation. Region: Spanish / Latin America / UN –

Source: Republic of Colombia

Bogota (Sep. 6/19). The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Colombia, through the Directorate of Migration, Consular and Citizen Service and consulates in Miami, Orlando and Atlanta, continues monitoring and attention to the passage of Hurricane Dorian through the archipelago of The Bahamas and its approach to the southeast coast of the United States.

On the morning of today, September 6, the now category 1 hurricane arrived in the states of South Carolina and North, where it caused heavy flooding and warnings of possible delays in air traffic remain. So far the authorities have not reported injuries or deaths from the natural phenomenon.

Finally, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Colombia reiterates to the Colombian community resident in the area of ​​influence of the hurricane its willingness to attend, within the framework of its powers, requests for assistance derived from the event. To do this, they can contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and their consulates in the potentially affected constituencies through the following contact information:

Contact information Comprehensive Citizen Assistance Center (CIAC):

Consulate of Colombia in Miami (circumscription of South Florida):

Citizen Service Line: 1 888 764 3326
Miami Emergency Line: 1 305 448 5568
Email: [email protected]

Consulate of Colombia in Orlando (circumscription of northern Florida):

Consulate of Colombia in Atlanta (constituency of Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina):

Citizen Service Line: 1 404 254 3206
Toll Free in the United States: 18887643326
Email: [email protected]

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and / or sentence structure not be perfect.

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