Deputy FM Vlasis Speaks on the Phone with Heads of Embassy and Consular Authorities

ATHENS — Deputy Foreign Minister Kostas Vlasis has held a series of telephone conversations with all the heads of the embassy and consular authorities of our country around the world.

Vlasis was informed about the course of the spread of the pandemic in their countries of accreditation, the problems faced by Greeks abroad throughout this period, as well as the general prospects for tourism in Greece in the near future.

In addition, Vlasis discussed issues related to the proper functioning of the Consular Authorities in the context of the broader effort to combat bureaucracy, through the utilization of digital technology.

These phone conversations are a continuation of the video conference that took place on April 15 with the participation of fifteen heads of consular authorities aiming at the close coordination of the political leadership with the executives of the foreign service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


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