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Foreign Ministry Advice for Greek Citizens who Are in Peru or Travelling There

December 16, 2022

ATHENS – Following the recent political developments in Peru and the declaration of a state of emergency in that country, the Greek foreign ministry on Friday urged Greek citizens that are in or intend to travel to Peru to restrict their movements in that country and be highly alert to the security situation, while avoiding areas where large gatherings or demonstrations are being held.

In addition to the above, the ministry urged all those who choose to remain in the country, as well as Greeks who live in Peru, to monitor the latest developments and local news and to stay in contact with the Greek Embassy in Lima (phone number: + 511 221 34 14 – 421 51 82 and well the emergency no + 51 999 048 667, e-mail: [email protected]) or with the Crises Management Unit of the Foreign Ministry (+30 210 368 2463, +30 210 368 2406 και +30 210 368 1730).

Finally, the Foreign Ministry said that it will continue to closely monitor developments and provide all relevant information to Greek citizens.

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