Ministry of Foreign Affairs
and International Cooperation
Piazzale della Farnesina, 1
Main switchboard: 0039-06.36911
The MFAIC’s institutionalised and certified e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
For information and announcements regarding Ministry activities:
Office for Relations with the Public (URP)
Due to the need to contain the covid-19 epidemic, it is hereby notified that the activities of the MAECI (Ministry of Interior Affairs and International Cooperation) Public Relations Office are temporarily suspended.
The service will continue to be provided by telephone and digital means.
- Telephone fromMonday to Friday, 8.30 to 15.30
- (+39) 3346789515
- (+39) 3346789685
- (+39) 3669067383
- (+39) 3346790347
- (+39) 3346789367
Using the Information request form to send your questions to the URP. You can write your question in English, French and Spanish, as well as Italian. We will reply to the email address you provide.
Exclusively for requests of civic access (simple or generalised) in accordance with Legislative Decree 33/2013, please use the following dedicated channels:
-ordinary electronic mail: FOIA@esteri.it
-certified electronic mail: email@example.com
Exclusively for document access requests pursuant to Law 241/90 and subsequent amendments and additions, please use the following channels:
ordinary electronic mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
certified electronic mail: email@example.com
To request information, users are kindly requested to use exclusively the following web mail form: https://www.esteri.it/mae/it/servizi/sportello_info/domandefrequenti/faqrichiestainfo.html
In cases of proven emergency involving Italian nationals at risk (natural disasters, acts of terrorism, piracy, socio-political unrest abroad), the Farnesina Crisis Unit can be contacted on a 24-hour basis on 06.36225 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to get here
The following certified e-mail address has been created solely for requests from other ministries concerning legally sanctioned spot checks regarding certificates and substitute statements (Law of 12 November 2011) :
WARNING: correspondence from other ministries only will be considered.