Saturday, April 2, 2011

The government says the Spanish in Ivory Coast are well

Madrid .- The Spanish government Friday expressed its "utmost concern" about the current situation in Ivory Coast, and especially in Abidjan, following violent clashes between supporters of President-elect, Alassane Ouattara, and the outgoing Laurent Gbagbo. In a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, hopes that the conflict "is resolved with the least possible impact on the civilian population of that country." According to information available to the Embassy of Spain in Abidjan, the Spanish colony in the African country is "doing well", adds the note.

However, we have established mechanisms for regular monitoring of crisis situations so that these can be made against "any eventuality" that may arise and affect the Spanish in this country. Since February, discouraged foreign voyage to Ivory Coast and then appealed to the Spanish colony to temporarily leave the country, warning that still remains.

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