Related Rule
Greece
Practice Relating to Rule 87. Humane Treatment
The Hellenic Territorial Army’s Internal Service Code (1984), as amended, provides: “Members of the armed forces should: … Treat humanely … all persons hors de combat”. 
Greece, Hellenic Territorial Army Regulation of Internal Service Code, Presidential Decree 130/1984 (Military Regulation 20-1), as amended, Article 14(b).
The Hellenic Territorial Army’s Internal Service Code (1984), as amended, provides: “PoWs [prisoners of war] shall be treated humanely. They shall be protected from any act of violence as well as from attacks and public curiosity. They shall have the right of respect of their person and honor.” 
Greece, Hellenic Territorial Army Regulation of Internal Service Code, Presidential Decree 130/1984 (Military Regulation 20-1), as amended, Article 16.
The Hellenic Navy Regulations (1993), as amended, provide:
PoWs [prisoners of war] shall be treated humanely, as provided for by IHL. In cases of arrest or handing over of PoWs, the commanding officer should ensure that they shall be protected from any act of violence as well as from attacks and public curiosity. 
Greece, Hellenic Navy Regulations (Part A), Presidential Decree 210/1993, as amended, Article 1408.