Permanent Representation of Greece to the EU

A permanent representative of a member state to the EU

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List of meetings
Follow up sent to Permanent Representation of Greece to the EU by Luisa Izuzquiza on .

Long overdue.

On 6 April 2018 I filed the following information request under the Administrative Procedural Code: "How many meetings have employees of the Greek...
Request for documents

Awaiting classification.

Good afternoon   The information requested does not fall within the scope of Regulation 1049/2001. According to art. 2 of that Regulation " Any ci...
The official response of Greece on the green paper of the capital markets union. Yours faithfully, Yana De Naghel
After one year of the EU-Turkey deal to tackle the migrant crisis which formally come into effect the 20th March 2016, I would like to know how m...
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