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AddressPreobrazhenska 32
65082 Odessa
Phonelocal: (048) 786.0570
international: +380.48.786.0570
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Wed, 13 Jan 2016 10:07 EST
i am a student here.I need to visit greece during my vaccations.please provide me with necessary information.
Fri, 2 Dec 2011 02:09 EST
Visa В
Pls inform " medical certificate " of which approved clinic in the Odessa comply with your requirements.
Sat, 19 Jun 2010 02:35 EDT
Visa Application.
Could I RESPECTFULLY suggest that you consider the introduction of a two level visa application.
I am a British passport holder and have visited many parts of your beautiful country. My wife is Ukrainian and I wish her to share this enjoyment. She is a doctor aged 58 years old and has spent over 30 years caring for the elderly of Odessa. We OWN an appartment in Krasniy Pereulok, opposite the Greek centre and are well known. She has two daughters and a grand child whom she adores. I have many Greek friends. Why, then, do you make it so difficult for her to achieve a dream and treat her like a young single girl whose motives for visiting your country may be suspect ?
I understand the Greek economy depends upon tourism and to frustrate potential travellers in this way can surely only cause doubts.
I hope you will take time to consider my comments and look forward to a response.
My email address is and my contact number is 8096 4189876 and I would be available if necessary.
Yours Respectfully,
John E.N.Harris

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