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At this dramatic moment in Italy, severely affected by the coronavirus pandemic, the Serbian people have shown great solidarity with our country by offering aid, messages, videos, poems.

Italian Ambassador in Serbia H.E. Carlo Lo Cascio wishes to express his sincere gratitude to Serbian friends for their brotherly friendship and sincere compassion testifying that the relationship between people of Italy and Serbia is based on deep feelings.

In recent days, many have asked us about ways in which they can express support for Italy, the medical staff and the facilities that face this difficult challenge.

We want to inform all those who would like to contribute to the fight against the coronavirus that the Civil Protection Office has opened a bank account for this purpose. Donations can be paid into an account from both Italy and abroad according to the following banking instructions:

Banca Intesa Sanpaolo Spa
Via del Corso, 226 – Roma
Recipient: Pres. Cons. Min. Dip. Prot. Civ.
IBAN: IT84 Z030 6905 0201 0000 0066 387
BIC: BCITITMM