This a new construction, and would need its own thread. If you ask about it, please explain, using different words, what you want to say.But if that correct to say The delegation was informed to have left the city?
I was told that he has just done it. The same pattern?I am afraid I must disagree with Blue Glaze. Both sentences are grammatical and make sense.
The difference is that the first one [has left the city] means that the delegation is currently not in the city.
The meaning of the second one will depend on the context. It does tell us that the delegation left the city before you received your second report. It doesn't preclude the possibility that they have returned (or that the report was wrong).