7/19 June 1835. Greek Consul General in Bucharest Konstantinos Sakellarios proposes the establishment of a Consulate in Serbia (Belgrade) and recommends Ioannis Germanos for the post.
27 July / 8 August 1836. Arch-Secretary of State (Prime Minister) of Greece Count Joseph Ludwig von Armansperg informs the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that he agrees with the proposal to establish a Greek Consulate in Serbia and asks to nominate candidates who could be appointed to the position. However, the Consulate was not established until much later (1867-1868).