Assisting New Zealanders with an Emergency in Malta

 

 

  • For life-threatening accidents and emergencies, call 112

  • For the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) helpline if you are concerned about your symptoms, call 111

or (+356) 2132 4086 from a mobile with a non-Maltese SIM card

If you are a New Zealand citizen, the Honorary Consul can help you in several ways if you get into difficulties while in Malta:

  • If your passport has been lost, damaged or stolen and you need to travel urgently - after reading the information from this link, please call the New Zealand Passports Office in London on:

    • (+44-20) 7968.2730  (international calling rates apply) or

    • dial the Consulate phone number below and choose option 1 (local calling rates apply)

  • Provide advice on local medical facilities and contact your family and/or insurance provider if you are ill or injured. Please note that New Zealanders require travel insurance to cover medical costs in Malta.

  • Account for New Zealanders who may have been affected by a major crisis in Malta, such as civil unrest and natural disasters. If you are travelling by yourself, remember to keep a friend or family member up to date with your daily activities, especially if they take place in isolated or high-risk locations.

For more information, please visit Safetravel and Facebook Safetravel.

If you require emergency assistance and have not found the information your require on this page, or you are unable to reach the Honorary Consul (see contact details below), please contact during working hours:

or after hours call:

  • the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) 24/7 Consular Emergency Assistance Helpline on

    • (+64-9) 920 2020 (international calling rates apply) or
    • dial the Consulate phone number below and choose option 2 (local calling rates apply)

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