Consulate of Ukraine in Greece: the most important publications to help refugees

The Consulate of Ukraine in Greece has published a list of the most important publications that can help with consular issues, humanitarian assistance, asylum issues in Greece.

➡️ INTERACTIVE MAP OF THE WORLD, using which (everything is very simple) you can briefly, but as informatively as possible, find out the conditions for entry and stay in all countries of the world

Consular questions:

➡️ General information about receiving visitors:

➡️ issuance of a certificate (for those citizens of Ukraine who arrived in Greece without international passports)

➡️ extending the validity of the passport, entering data about children in the passport

humanitarian aid

➡️ special embassy account for humanitarian aid to Ukrainians

➡️ How to help Ukraine. Official accounts

➡️ Special accounts of the National Bank of Ukraine or

➡️ State hotline for those who want to provide humanitarian assistance

➡️ Website for humanitarian and medical assistance to Ukraine of the Volunteer Center in Greece

➡️ Information about humanitarian aid collection centers


Migration issues, stay of Ukrainian citizens in Greece, education of children, etc.

➡️ Website of the Greek Ministry of Migration and Asylum, where you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding further residence in Greece

➡️ Link to key information prepared by the European Commission on your rights to cross borders with countries EUtemporary and international protection, as well as for movement between EU member states

➡️ Entry of Ukrainian citizens to Greece

➡️ Information from the Ministry of Immigration and Asylum for Ukrainian citizens who need asylum in Greece

➡️ Link prepared by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine to a list of schools and platforms that can help children continue their education for free

➡️ On this site you can post information about settlements, the number of vacancies and contacts where you can offer or find free housing


➡️ The answers of the Ministry of Migration and Asylum of Greece to the most frequent questions of Ukrainian citizens who arrived in Greece in connection with the war

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