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Norway opens new Consulate in Chania
The Norwegian Embassy in Athens is pleased to announce that Ms. Sirmatenia Paraschaki has been appointed honorary consul of Norway in Chania, having the jurisdiction over the regions of Chania and Rethymnon.
Crete is one of the most popular tourist destination for Norwegians. Over the years we have seen an increasing need for consular services in Chania. We are pleased to open an office close to a large segment of Norwegian tourists.

The local knowledge and networks of our consulates are of great value. We are also looking forward to establishing a consulate in Kos in the nearest future, says Ambassador Sverre Stub.

Ms. Sirmatenia Paraschaki is the representative in Greece for SOS International A/S, specialized in assistance to Nordic nationals and insurance companies in cases of illness and distress.

The Consulate will be open to the public as follows:
  • In the tourist season from 1 April to 31 October: from 09:00 to 13:30, Monday to Friday and after appointment.
  • Outside the tourist season from 1 November to 31 March: from 10:00 to 14:00, Monday, Wednesday and Friday and after appointment.

The Royal Norwegian Consulate in Chania can be contacted on:
El. Venizelou 107 A, 731 00 Chania 
Telephone: 28210 57330
Telefax: 28210 57337
E-mail: nor.cons.chania@gmail.com

Information taken from: http://www.norway.gr/
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