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Greek flag Embassy of Greece in Tehran

Address43 Esfandiar Av., Africa Express Way
Tehran 19679
Iran
PostalPO Box 11365-1151
Phonelocal: (021) 2205.0533
international: +98.21.2205.0533
Faxlocal: (021) 2205.7431
international: +98.21.2205.7431
Emailgremb.teh@mfa.gr

» Can I visit Greece without a visa?

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Yershad
Sat, 25 Aug 2012 02:46 EDT
tourist visa
Dear sirs,

As I intend to apply for a tourist vusa ,I would be grateful if you could send me the relevant informationan and an application form in reply , if possible .

Your consideration is appreciated in advance.

Sincerely yours
golnaz
Sat, 18 Aug 2012 03:26 EDT
tourist visa
Dear sirs,
I want to apply for tourist vusa ,please give me some infornation about documents that I need and the way to get appointment.this is my email:
mahsa1360@yahoo.com

Thanks
behnia
Tue, 7 Aug 2012 11:42 EDT
visa
I like to visit the Greece. Would you please
send via an email for me, which documents I need for obtaining the Visa for Greece and also please send me an application form and how i can get the appointment.

regards
behnia90@yahoo.com
Mehran Vali
Fri, 3 Aug 2012 03:57 EDT
Shingen Visa
Dear Mme/Sir,

I need a shingen visa, if it is possible !?
I was a Permanent Resident of Montreal/Quebec/CANADA.
I have the PR. Card.
I am a Mechanical Engineer.
I am 41 years old.

Right now,I am at Tehran/IRAN.
mehranvali@hotmail.com

Truly,
mehran.
Maryam
Wed, 25 Jul 2012 07:11 EDT
Apply for visiting Greece.
Dear sir/madamn
Iam 35years old woman with my 9 years old son.I like to visit Greece within this july,please let me know how can I apply and what kind of ducument we need.Would you please send me all application forms that we need via my email: jsiadat@yahoo.com
kindly yours
maryam
Jim Farr
Wed, 25 Jul 2012 05:12 EDT
Tourist Visa
Hi.
I Am 48 Years Old And Want To Visit (Atten) In Greek For A Week.
What Shoud I Do ?

Thanks Very Much. (Jim)
My Email Is ( jamshid999@yahoo.com )
M-rahiminia
Sun, 22 Jul 2012 04:33 EDT
Tourist visa
Dear m/mrs. We want to see greece . How can we get visa?which dacuments need?
Mehran Vali
Tue, 17 Jul 2012 06:08 EDT
Shingen Visa
Dear Mme/Sir,

I was Permanent Resident of Montreal/Quebec/CANADA.
I have the PR Card.
Just now,I am at Tehran/IRAN.
I need a Shingen Visa,
How can I have ONE,!?

Truly,
mehran.
karimi
Wed, 11 Jul 2012 01:47 EDT
to whom it may concern:
I like to visit the Greece. Would you please
send via an email for me, which documents I need for obtaining the Visa for Greece and also please send me an application form and how i can get the appointment.
regards
mary.karimi9@gmail.com
Venush Company
Sun, 1 Jul 2012 04:46 EDT
Top Plan S.A (Integrated Consultancy Serveices)
We have received a letter being e.mailed to us by Mr. George N. Papanikolaou, the President & Managing Director of Top Plan S.A, inviting our company for business cooperation. They claim that Mr.Periklis Davanelos from Greek Embassy in Tehran has introduced and recommended our company to them. Kindly inform us whether Mr. Davanelos is one of you esteemed Embassy members. And if he is, does he confirm this matter? And does "Top Plan s.A" have a good reputation as a Greek and International legal entity. Our e.mail address is: info@venush.com. Thanks in advance for your kind cooperation.
Best regards,
Ms. Soheila Allahyarzadeh

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