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Online Consular Services Platform Now Available in 42 Greek Embassies in 20 Countries

ATHENS — The foreign and digital governance ministries in a joint press release on Thursday, have announced the further expansion of myConsulLive with the addition of 21 Embassies and Consulates in 15 countries.

Specifically, added to myConsulLive are the Greek Embassies in Ankara, Berne, Berlin, Dublin, Nicosia, Madrid, Buenos Aires, Ottawa, Rome, Tirana, The Hague and the general consulates in St Paul, Geneva, Johannesburg, Moscow, Izmir, Novorossiysk, Gjirokaster and Korce and the consulates in Atlanta and Cape Town.

Greek citizens and members of the Greek Diaspora living in the above areas will have access to a series of services available via video call.

It is the third expansion of the myConsulLive service, which started in December 2020.

Currently, the platform is available at 42 Greek embassies and consulates in 20 countries and soon it will be available in all Greek embassies and consulates.

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