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Greek flag Embassy of Greece in Dublin

Address1 Upper Pembroke Street
Dublin 2
Ireland
Phonelocal: (01) 676.7254
international: +353.1.676.7254
Faxlocal: (01) 661.8892
international: +353.1.661.8892
Emailembgr@eircom.net
Web sitehttp://www.mfa.gr/dublin

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Paiwankhonkaeng
Sat, 12 Nov 2016 03:20 EST
Paiwankhonkaeng
DEAR SIR/MADAM
I want to buy white sugar from you, you give me the best price. To confirm the names and details to order me a name.
We are really happy to see your requirement of WHITE REFINED SUGAR IC45
We are feeling great to assist organization like yours.
Please find specification of our Icumsa Sugar as follows;

Product: Sugar-Thailand
Type: Refined
Icumsa: 45
Colour: White and Brown
Grade: A

Specifications
Fit for human consumption
Polarization: 99,80 % minimum
Moisture: 00.04% maximum
Sulphate ash content: 00.04% maximum
Granulation: medium to fine
Solubility: 100% dry and free flowing
Radiation: normal w/o presence of cesium or iodine, certified
Colour: sparkling white.
Maximum, 45 icumsa
Sediment: none
Smell: free of any odour
Reducing sugar: 0.05% maximum by weight
So2: 20 ppm maximum
Substance: solid, crystal
Magnetic particles: mg/kg maximum
Max as: 1 ppm
Max ps: 2 ppm
Max cu: 3 ppm
Hpn staph aureus: nil
Free from: mould, unnatural odours, chemicals and insects
Premium sugar suitable for human consumption

Packaging: 25kg, 50kg bags
Kindly state required packaging if different from the above

Price per Ton: USD ?????? FOB at Any Port, Thailand.
Valid: ??????
Quanlity: 10,000MT
Payment Terms: TT , LC irrevocable
Port of Loading: Any port, thailand
Quality services assured

Thanks and Best Regard,
Jenny (Ms) (Mr)
PAIWAN KHONKAENG
paiwankhonkaeng.com@gmail.com
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Mary T Blackburn
Wed, 15 Jul 2015 05:03 EDT
Admire leadership of PM Tsipras
As a very ordinary Irish Citizen I am apalled at how Eupope has treated Greece and the disrespect shown to your gifted honest and honourable PM..in the midst of this display of vulgar self intsrest and Lack of EU unity ,he has stood up for his people.He is a true leader and Greece is well served by him now.The Bullies of Europe have Not prevailed and he has not capitulated.He may beat them at their own game yet.Believe that Good and Right will prevail
Tommy callaghanh
Sun, 5 Jul 2015 17:13 EDT
austerity
Greek people.Wonderful x
Eugene Cafferky
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 05:13 EDT
Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny ignoring Revenue Fraud in Ireland
To The Greek Government / Embassy
Irish Taoiseach Enda kenny is aware of ongoing REVENUE FRAUD in Ireland, along with the Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald they are attempting to conceal the Video evidence of Revenue Fraud. In addition, in SUPREME COURT CASE LAW No.264/2008 the Supreme Court committed FRAUD in an attempt to conceal REVENUE FRAUD. The Minister for Justice is also attempting to conceal that FRAUD in the SUPREME COURT in Dublin.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny should not tell the Greek Government that they must comply with the Financial Directives imposed on them by The E.U. when Enda Kenny knows that he is attempting to conceal REVENUE FRAUD and that the SUPREME COURT CASDE LAW No. 264/2008 now means that any citizen can use that Case Law so as to refuse to pay any Taxes. The Irish Constitution guarantees the Citizens Equality under the Law. Where the Supreme Court ruled that one Citizen and the Gardai can be involved in Revenue Fraud without being Prosecuted, then every Citizen is entitled to benefit from Revenue Fraud and can not be Prosecuted. This means that Ireland is now a DANGER to Financial Stability within the E.U.. I will repeat this message by email to the Embassy. Please forward my email to Chancellor Angela Merkel and request that she contacts Taoiseach Enda Kenny in relation to this ongoing Revenue Fraud which Endangers E.U. Finances. I am taking the Court Case to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
Eugene Cafferky
Garry Owens
Sat, 21 Feb 2015 04:25 EST
Delighted that Greece has agreed extended loan agreement
Dear Ambassador,
I want to say that as an ordinary Irish citizen I am delighted that at least for now the Greek Government and the EU Economic ministers are in agreement.
A Europe without Greece is unthinkable, we all owe your country so much. Pericles, Plato, Socrates, Aristotle; Democracy, Byzantium, your contribution to the founding and preservation of western civilisation and values - too many things to list!
Hang in there, there is a lot of goodwill riding behind you from the ordinary people of Europe.
With best regards,
Garry Owens, Skerries, Co. Dublin.
Ana P.
Fri, 18 Apr 2014 11:44 EDT
civil ceremony on santorini island
hi we want to get married, just the civil ceremony,in santorini in july, what documents do we need amd what is the procedure? thanks
John
Tue, 31 Dec 2013 04:33 EST
Very bad experience
Hi, I went to Greece embassy to apply for a visa. Unfortunately, I found the people, who were working in the visa section, with a very bad and impolite behaviour. I applied visa in many western and eastern countries and it was the first time that i saw such a this inappropriate behaviour. Specially, the man who was responsible to initially check the documents was very rude and impolite.
Xristos
Thu, 26 Dec 2013 12:57 EST
mamamiaman@yahoo.gr
Hello,I have a Question.I have been deported from UK (only)ANd i want to move to Republic of Ireland with my british Girlfriend. Can i go to Republic of Ireland?
Many Thanks
Bernie Fitzgerald
Sat, 4 May 2013 20:16 EDT
Refusal of medical attention in Argostolli hospital , Kefalonia
Dear Ambassador,
I am writing to tell you that I was refused medical attention in the above hospital last Wednesday 1st May at 12.30pm. I am a recently transplanted kidney patient and got a pain in my new kidney.I was too sick to leave the car and my husband went in to A&E to explain the situation. The female doctor asked for my name and when he told her she said 'she will not come here'.He then explained that we had full health cover or could pay and again she repeated 'she will not come here. She then turned her back to him and walked away. I would like to know as an Irish citizen why this happened to a high risk patient. After the next three hours we found a doctor and he spoke to my medical team in Beaumont and I was able to get my medication. We have been visiting Kefalonia for the past fifteen years and now I would be afraid to travel there again.I would appreciate you enquiring into this.Thank you for your time.
Yours sincerely,
Bernie Fitzgerald
Benedito
Mon, 4 Mar 2013 07:13 EST
Wedding in Santorini
Hi there,

We are a young portuguese couple living in Dublin planning to get married in Santorini in a few months. Would you be so kind to help us with all the documentation needed? What legal documentation do we need?

Many thanks!

Benedito & Ana

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