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Greek Foreign Affairs Ministry Issues Travel Advisory for Ukraine

February 22, 2022

ATHENS – The Greek Foreign Affairs Ministry issued an advisory on Tuesday against travel to Ukraine, given recent developments.

Greek nationals requiring assistance to leave Ukraine are advised to contact Greek authorities below:

– Greek Embassy at Kiev:

Address: 30-i Andriivskiy uzviz Str., Kyiv 01901, UKRAINE

Phone numbers: 00380 44 3630780, 00380 3630781, 00380 3630782

Emergency telephone numbers: 00380 730429453

Email / Website: gremb.kie@mfa.gr, http://www.mfa.gr/kiev

– General Consulate at Mariupol (Marioupoli):

Address: 10, Soborna Str., Mariupol, Ukraine 87555

Phone numbers: 00380629 47-04-38, 00380629 34-53-84, 00380629 52-84-90, 00380629 33-24-92

Emergency telephone numbers: 00380967047885

Email: grgencon.mar@mfa.gr

– General Consulate at Odessa:

Address: Hoholia Street, 21, Οδησσός, UKRAINE

Phone numbers: 00380487860570, 00380487860503, 00380487860007

Emergency telephone numbers: 00380933140101

Email / Website: grgencon.ode@mfa.gr , http://www.mfa.gr/odessa

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