The Region of Western Macedonia undertakes to make its website accessible, in accordance with the provisions of Law 4727/2020 (Government Gazette 184 A’ 23-09-2020), Chapter H “DIGITAL ACCESSIBILITY (INTEGRATION IN GREEK LEGISLATION OF DIRECTIVE (EU) 2016/2102 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL, OF OCTOBER 26, 2016, ON THE ACCESSIBILITY OF WEBSITES AND APPLICATIONS FOR MOBILE DEVICES (GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS Directive) incorporating into national law the Regulation 2016/2012.

This accessibility statement applies to the website and to all subdomains (e.g. , ,,  )


Compliance status

The website largely complies with the guidelines for accessibility of web content (WCAG 2.1 AA).

Preparation of the present accessibility statement

This statement was drawn up on 10-01-2023.

The assessment of the website’s compliance with the requirements of Directive (EU) 2016/2102 was carried out by a self-assessment carried out by the Operator and using the UserWay Website Accessibility Widget, powered by a dedicated accessibility server (offering a range of functions for use by individuals with disabilities – including those with vision, hearing, cognitive and motor function impairments).

Accessibility Menu

The menu of the website  can be activated by clicking on the icon of the accessibility menu that appears at the perimeter of the page.

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 via links.

Submitting comments and contact information

According to the provisions of article 45 of Law 4727/2020 (Government Gazette 184 A’ 23-09-2020), every interested party has the right to submit comments or request for information regarding the compliance status or 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 competent authority for accessibility issues is the Directorate of Transparency and Electronic Government (e-mail:


Execution process

A continuous effort is made by the Directorate of Transparency and Electronic Government to improve and restore accessibility problems, with regular scans on with the UserWay accessibility scanner.

However, despite our desire to make all pages and content of fully accessible, some content may not yet be fully adapted to the strictest accessibility standards.