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The Hellenic Rescue Team (HRT; Greek: Ελληνική Ομάδα Διάσωσης or Elliniki Omada Diasosis) is a non-governmental organization of Search and Rescue that operates in Greece. It is run by volunteers and operating since 1978. Since 1994 it is run as an association. HRC is cooperating with the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the European Union. The Hellenic Rescue Team was awarded with the Nansen Refugee Award in 2016 and Mother Teresa Award in 2017 for its role in the European refugee and migrant crisis. The headquarter of the organization is in Thessaloniki. Overall there are 34 divisions of HRT in Greece. The United Nations International Search and Rescue Advisory Group has officially recognized HRT on the 23 of June 2005.

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  • The Hellenic Rescue Team (HRT; Greek: Ελληνική Ομάδα Διάσωσης or Elliniki Omada Diasosis) is a non-governmental organization of Search and Rescue that operates in Greece. It is run by volunteers and operating since 1978. Since 1994 it is run as an association. HRC is cooperating with the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the European Union. The Hellenic Rescue Team was awarded with the Nansen Refugee Award in 2016 and Mother Teresa Award in 2017 for its role in the European refugee and migrant crisis. The headquarter of the organization is in Thessaloniki. Overall there are 34 divisions of HRT in Greece. The United Nations International Search and Rescue Advisory Group has officially recognized HRT on the 23 of June 2005.
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  • The Hellenic Rescue Team (HRT; Greek: Ελληνική Ομάδα Διάσωσης or Elliniki Omada Diasosis) is a non-governmental organization of Search and Rescue that operates in Greece. It is run by volunteers and operating since 1978. Since 1994 it is run as an association. HRC is cooperating with the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the European Union. The Hellenic Rescue Team was awarded with the Nansen Refugee Award in 2016 and Mother Teresa Award in 2017 for its role in the European refugee and migrant crisis. The headquarter of the organization is in Thessaloniki. Overall there are 34 divisions of HRT in Greece. The United Nations International Search and Rescue Advisory Group has officially recognized HRT on the 23 of June 2005. HRT is also in continuous cooperation with both the OCHA (Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs), the Greek Ministry of foreign Affairs and ECHO (European Community Humanitarian Office). It also the only greek organization that is part of the (IKAR- CISA) and the International Maritime Rescue Federation (IMRF). Furthermore it is also part of the International Rescue Dog Organization (IRDO). The Hellenic Rescue Team works closely with the Civil Protection Secretariat, the greek Coast Guard, the greek Air Force, greek Army Air Force, the Hellenic Navy Helicopters School, the Directorate of Transmission of Air Transport and the TENEF. The organization has over 3,000 volunteers working for it. It carries out search and rescue operations in emergencies and disasters within Greece or in sea surrounding Greece. The staff and volunteers are scientifically and technically trained to carry out the missions.
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