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Cyprus–Greece relations

Cypriot–Greek relations



Cypriot–Greek relations are foreign relations between Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).

Country comparison

Greek Foreign Minister Stavros Dimas with President of the House of Representatives of Cyprus Yiannakis Omirou in November 2011
 Cyprus  Greece
Population 1,099,341 10,815,016
Area 9,251 km2 (3,572sq mi) 131,990 km2 (50,944sq mi)
Population Density 117/km2 (221/sq mi) 85.3/km2 (221/sq mi)
Capital Nicosia Athens
Largest City Nicosia – 310,355 (398,293Metro) Athens – 3,074,160 (3,737,550Metro)
Government Presidential republic Parliamentary republic
Official languages Greek and Turkish Greek
Main religions 75% Christian, 18% Muslim, 7% Others 98% Christianity, 1.3% Muslim, 0.7% Others
Ethnic groups 77% Greek Cypriot, 18% Turkish Cypriot, 5% Others 93.76% Greeks, 4.32% Albanians, 0.39% Bulgarians,
0.23% Romanians, 0.18% Ukrainians, 0.14% Pakistani,
0.12% Indians, 0.65% Others
GDP (nominal) US$24.949 billion (US$30,570 per capita) US$303.065 billion ($27,073 per capita)
GDP (PPP) $23.723 billion ($29,074 per capita) $294.339 billion ($26,293 per capita)
Military expenditures $510,000,000 (1.8% of GDP) $7,502,000,000 (2.3% of GDP)
Military Troops 60,800 461,600
English Speakers 87% 51%
Labour Forces 403,000 5,010,000

See also

Embassy of Greece in Nicosia, Cyprus

External links

  • Cyprus Ministry of Foreign Affairs: list of bilateral treaties with Greece
  • Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the relation with Cyprus
  • Greek embassy in Nicosia

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