Greek translator Filippo Mazzagatti, who had worked at the Ministry of Defence for more than five years, has died.
Mr Mazzagi was taken to the Imperial War Memorial Hospital in Glasgow last week where he died of a cardiac arrest.
A friend told the BBC he was in his 40s.
He had been in intensive care for more years.
He was a former member of the Defence and Security Service.
“He will be sorely missed,” the Ministry for Defence said.
The ministry said Mr Mzzagatti had been a “wonderful and loyal servant”.
The Greek Defence Ministry said the man was a dedicated employee and a valued member of his team.
It thanked the staff of the hospital for their “courageous, professional and professional” work.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said it was with deep sadness that we announce the death of our colleague Filippos Mazzaggi, who was a member of our Defence and Foreign Ministry team.
We will miss him deeply.
Mr Sarpolos, a former defence minister, was Greece’s ambassador to Iraq from 2010 to 2012.
Mr Macedos was also the head of Greece’s Ministry of Labour, and he was a key figure in the country’s recovery from a severe economic crisis.
He died at a hospital in northern Greece after suffering a heart attack.
He leaves behind his wife and two sons.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said in a statement: “Filippo was a talented, caring, hard-working and extremely talented man.
He said the death was a “deep shock”. “
The Greek people have lost a truly wonderful and devoted person who will be deeply missed.”
He said the death was a “deep shock”.
The Defence Ministry had said in September that Mr Moggis death was the result of an “exhaustive investigation” but had not said what led to it.
It added that he was the only Greek to have been taken to hospital for a heart-related issue in the past two decades.
Mr Macedonia was the most senior defence minister to die in a Greek government office.
He headed Greece’s military before becoming Greece’s foreign minister.
He resigned from his post after a court found him guilty of tax evasion in 2014.
Mr Tsipars had said Mr Macedas death was due to “exhausting” work and was “the culmination of the countrys long struggle for prosperity”.
He was replaced as defence minister by the new defence minister Ioannis Kasoulides, who is also a former deputy prime minister.
Mr Kasoulis, who has been in office since September, was sworn in on Tuesday.
The country’s new defence ministry, which is also led by Mr Kasoules, will be led by the former defence ministry chief, Panagiotis Panagopoulos, who also has been a defence minister in Greece for six years.
The new ministry will also be led, in addition to Mr Kasourides, by former prime minister Antonis Samaras.