“The feeling is fear and sadness,” reports the Capixaba brothers who disappeared in France

"The feeling is fear and sadness," reports the Capixaba brothers who disappeared in France
Robson’s brothers Cynthia de Freitas Amorim Siloti and Pedro Henrique Amorim talk about the fear caused by the lack of news – (Photo: Reproduction TV Vitoria)

The siblings of Capixaba student Robson Amorim de Freitas (32) are going through very difficult days. Robson was last seen at an airport in Paris, France on January 23 this year and was immediately taken by airport police to a hospital in the city, where his cell phone was turned off and released.

Since then, the young man’s brother, Pedro Henrique Amorim, says the family has been going through moments of great pain to find him. “Our emotion is one of fear, sadness and anxiety. Here, only God knows how much we struggled to stay healthy in front of our families,” he said.

Robson Amorim de Freitas, 32 years old. Capixaba was last seen on January 23 – (Photo: Pedro Henrique Amorim)

According to Pedro Henrique and Cynthia de Freitas Amorim Silotti, who is also Robson’s sister, the student moved to Ireland about two months ago and wants to study English for a year in the European country.

Pedro said his brother traveled on December 2 last year. He left for Ireland on December 2. He exchanged and worked in Ireland. He was taken to a psychiatric clinic and we don’t know where he went after that. » .

Avenue des Champs Elysees, in Paris, France – (Photo: Reproduction TV Vittoria)

The family continues to try to find the boy, counting on the solidarity of French citizens. “Call people to come out on the street so the French can see his face on TV and recognize my brother if he’s on the street,” Cynthia said.

For Portal R7, the Brazilian Consulate confirmed the disappearance of Capixaba and announced that the Consulate General of Brazil in Paris is providing all necessary support to the student’s family.

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The government of Espirito Santo is also following the case and offering assistance to the relatives.

Cynthia also said that Governor Renato Casagrande and Vice President Jacqueline Moraes spoke with her. “We were received by Vice Governor Jacqueline, who gave us some attention, gave us a speech, explained the bureaucratic issue and explained to us what the government has done. The governor wanted to contact me personally and contact the consulate. Intensify the search for my brother.

*With information from TV Vitoria/Record TV

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