Greece’s government portal adds special section for Greeks living abroad

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The government portal (www.gov.gr) has added a section focused on services to Greeks living abroad.

The section is called “Apodimoi Ellines” and services include arranging an appointment for an online meeting with a consular official (myConsulLive).

The portal also contains a list of the most widely use services by those living temporarily or permanently abroad. 

It can also be accessible through the “Politis kai Kathimerinotita” (Citizens and day-to-day life) link, with additional online services.

The new portal was announced by the Ministers of Digital Governance Konstantinos Kyranakis and Deputy Foreign Minister Giorgos Kotsiras on Thursday.

Kotsiras said the initiative follows the voting of the bill on lifting restrictions for Greeks to vote abroad, while Kyranakis highlighted the priority the e-Governance ministry has shown in establishing equal access for Greeks abroad.

Source: AMNA.gr.

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