Accessibility statement

Chamber of Thesprotia


This statement is valid for the content published on , as well as for the content on subdomains (shops.e-thesprotias.grtourism.e-thesprotias.grexports.e-,echamber.e-


Accessibility statement –

The Chamber of Thesprotia is committed to making its website accessible as well as the content in the subdomains (shops.e- thesprotias.grtourism.e-thesprotias.grexports.e-thesprotias.grjobs.e-,, in accordance with the provisions of Law 4727/2020 (Government Gazette 184 A' 23-09-2020), as applies.

This accessibility statement applies to the website, as well as to the content in the subdomains (,,  exports.e-,echamber.e-


Declarant's Identity

Chamber of Thesprotia

Agion Apostolon 55, T.K. 46100, Igoumenitsa



Compliance status

The present website  as well as the content in the subdomains (,,  exports.e- fully comply with the accessibility requirements of Article 39 of Law 4727/2020 and partially with the WCAG 2.1 (Level AA) standard. Specifically, on the website  as well as in the applications,, exports.e-,, echamber.e-, the UserWay Website Accessibility Widget powered by a dedicated accessibility server (offering a range of features for use by people with disabilities - including those with visual, hearing, cognitive and motor impairments) has been integrated. With this Widget, most accessibility issues for Level AA of WCAG 2.1 are solved.


Preparation of this accessibility statement


The assessment of the compliance of the website and applications with the requirements of Directive (EU) 2016/2102 and the WCAG2.1 guidelines (Level A and Level AA) was carried out:

·         with a self-assessment carried out by the Chamber of Thesprotia

·         using the Wave tool ( ) for the website  and for the applications shops.e-,,,,  echamber.e-


The statement was last revised on 22/07/2022.


Enable the Accessibility Menu

The accessibility menu of the website  can be activated by clicking on the icon of the accessibility menu that appears at a point around the page. After enabling the accessibility menu, please wait a while for the accessibility menu to load in its entirety.

Inaccessible content

According to case (e) of par. 3 of art. 37 of Law 4727/2020, the content of third party websites is excluded. This case concerns websites of third parties other than , which are accessible through links.

Submit comments and contact information

The Chamber of Thesprotia ( ensures the continuous improvement of the accessibility of the website and applications, always with the aim of ensuring equal and seamless use by everyone, regardless of their physical abilities or technology.

In an ongoing effort to continually improve and remediate any accessibility issues, we regularly scan our website with UserWay's accessibility scanner as well as Wave to identify and fix any potential website accessibility barriers. Despite our efforts to make all pages and content on the website and apps fully accessible, some content may not yet be fully adapted to the strictest accessibility standards.

According to the provisions of sec. b', par. 4 of art. 42 and in par. 1no. 45 Law 4727/2020 (Government Gazette 184 A' 23-09-2020), every interested party has the right to submit comments or a request for information regarding the compliance status or a request for missing information.

In order for us to improve the accessibility of the content, you can use the following contact address to point out to us the problems you are experiencing or to request access to information or documents that are not accessible.


The communication with the Chamber of Thesprotia regarding the above is possible:

·         through the contact form on the website

·         in writing to the postal address Agioi Apostoloi 55, P.C. 46100, Igoumenitsa


The competent Service for accessibility issues and for processing related requests is the Registry & Application Engines department (


Execution process

The answer is communicated to the interested party in a convenient way as soon as possible.

In the event of an unsatisfactory response, the interested party has the right to appeal to the competent institutional authorities, such as by submitting a relevant Report to the Ombudsman (