If you have a need to draw up such a document as a power of attorney, and at the time of your stay abroad, you will certainly need to use the services of a notary (no matter where in the world you are). In general, the rules and procedure for issuing a power of attorney will be the same everywhere.
Decide on the type of power of attorney that you will issue. It can be a one-time power of attorney (for the sale of a house or apartment, purchase of an apartment or house, privatization of housing), it can also be a special power of attorney (for renting out an apartment, a power of attorney to use a vehicle, representation in court, execution of certain types of documents).
Contact the consulate (Consulate General) in the country in which you are located for the official registration of the power of attorney.
To notarize a power of attorney, that is, when carrying out consular procedures, you must provide a number of documents that will prove your identity (passport), as well as confirm your legal capacity (medical report).
If you are a legal entity that needs to issue such a power of attorney, present registration or legal documents to confirm your legal capacity. Such documents can be articles of association, articles of association, or general provisions.
If necessary, draw up a translation of the text of the power of attorney. The translated document must be in hard copy. Verify the correctness of the translation with the consul (the text of this document should not contain errors or any corrections).
In some cases, consular legalization or an apostille may be required. As a rule, the procedure for obtaining an apostille can take from several days to a month.