Answer ... Yes. Judgments of single-member first-instance courts on recognition and enforcement are subject to appeal before the competent court of appeals.
Answer ... Under Article 763(3) of the Code of Civil Procedure, if an appeal has been filed, the court that issued the judgment or the presiding judge may – on the application by one of the parties to the trial at first instance – order the suspension of the force and enforceability of the decision until a final judgment is rendered. Thus, the Greek courts can suspend the enforcement proceedings or order provisional measures.