Article 1460 of the Greek Civil Code guarantees the anonymity of the donors of genital material, ie whether they are sperm donors, egg donors or fertilized eggs (embryos). It is explicitly stated that the identity of donors, who have provided gametes or fertilized eggs, is not disclosed to persons wishing to have a child. Also, the identity of the child and his parents is not disclosed to the donors of gametes or fertilized eggs.
That is, people who wish to have a child never meet the donors of gametes, whether sperm or eggs.
For the conditions of the permitted fertilization with the use of donor sperm, the general conditions must be met. On the one hand the medical necessity of article 1455 paragraph 1 of the Civil Code. On the other hand the age limits of article 4 paragraph 1 of law 3305/2005. The consent of article 1456 of the Civil Code is also required, which for married people is simply written and for unmarried people is notarized.
Law 3089 stipulates that an unmarried and single woman, ie women who do not have a partner and, of course, have a infertility problem, can also resort to assisted reproduction. And in these cases, the can use sperm from a donor. Of course, a notarized consent is a prerequisite. The same applies to the use of donated eggs. In order to permit it, it is required that the general conditions of the medical necessity of Article 1455, paragraph 1 of the Civil Code, and on the age limits of article 4 paragraph 1 of law 3305/2005 are met as well as the consents of Article 1456 of the Civil Code.