Greece’s Foreign Ministry announced the repatriation of one hundred Greek nationals on Wednesday from Marrakesh, on an Aegean Airlines flight that left Morocco for Athens at 18:40 (Morocco time).
The repatriation of the Greek nationals was made possible after Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias and his Moroccan counterpart Nasser Bourita spoke on the phone on Tuesday.
Ministry Notice for Greek citizens abroad
Due to the effects of the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19) on the movement of Greek citizens abroad, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs states the following:
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Ministry notice for Non-EU nationals
The Greek Government has announced that from 18.3.2020 and up to 06.00 am 18.4.2020, citizens of non-EU countries may not enter Greece, omitting strictly exceptional reasons related to emergency work or family.
Persons who are currently visiting Greece from abroad for holidays are urged to restrict their movements in the country, while those who have placed themselves in voluntary quarantine may leave the country before the expiry of the 14-day period.
Greek and EU citizens may enter the country. Be advised that a 14-day voluntary quarantine starting from the moment of entry to the country applies. Those who violate this obligation will face administrative fines.