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COMMUNIQUE FROM THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, REGIONAL

INTEGRATION AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE ON THE SITUATION OF


MAURITIAN CITIZENS IN CHINA

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade is closely
monitoring the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in Wuhan, People’s Republic of
China, and its spread within China and in other countries.
The Embassy of Mauritius in Beijing is in close contact with all Mauritian nationals who
are registered with the Embassy as well as the competent Chinese Authorities
In this respect, Mauritian nationals who are in China and have not yet registered with
the Embassy of Mauritius in China are requested to urgently provide their contact
details to the Embassy on:
Embassy of Mauritius in Beijing
Telephone + 86 10 6532 5695 (Embassy)
+ 86 10 6532 7311 (Ambassador)
+ 86 10 6532 5707 (First Secretary)
+ 86 10 6532 5698 (Consular Section)
+ 86 159 0139 3288 (Ms Shi Hui)
Fax + 86 10 6532 5706
Email mebj@govmu.org

Mauritius Honorary Consulate in Hong Kong


Tel: + 85235681288
Email: Mauritius.hk@gmail.com

As of date, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade
has been informed that there are 20 Mauritian citizens studying at 5 Universities in
Wuhan (including a couple and a child). According to information, three of the
Mauritian Nationals are currently outside of China.
In view of the restriction on movement imposed by the Chinese authorities in the city
of Wuhan and province, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and
International Trade stands ready to reach out to these nationals either directly or
through their parents to ascertain their conditions and situation of wellness and provide
consular assistance to the best of its possibilities.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is at the same time maintaining close contact and
communication with the Chinese authorities, including the Embassy of China in
Mauritius, to provide the necessary support and assistance to Mauritian citizens in
China.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade is also in
consultation with friendly countries to determine possibilities of assistance to Mauritian
nationals in Wuhan, in the province of Hubei, and on the Chinese mainland.
For any emergency, relatives of Mauritian nationals currently staying or residing in
China are requested to contact the following numbers;
Tel: + 230 405 2565
+ 230405 2606
+ 230405 2539
Mobile: + 230 5 253 5669
Mobile: + 230 5 251 5504
Fax: +230 208 8087
Email: protocol@govmu.org
mfa@govmu.org

27 January 2020