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Estonia–Greece relations

Estonian-Greek relations

Estonia

Greece

Estonian-Greek relations are the relations between Estonia and Greece. Greece recognised Estonia on May 19, 1922. Greece never recognised the Soviet annexation of Estonia. Both countries re-established diplomatic relations on October 2, 1991. In April 1997, Estonia has established an embassy in Athens. The Greek embassy in Tallinn opened in January 2005. Greece has also 3 honorary consulates in Patras, Piraeus and Thessaloniki. Both countries are full members of NATO and the European Union.

List of bilateral visits

From left to right: Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs Dora Bakoyannis, US Congresswoman Jane Harman and President of Estonia Toomas Hendrik Ilves during the 45th Munich Security Conference in 2009

To Greece

To Estonia

List of bilateral agreements

Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet meeting with Greek Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos in February 2013
  • Agreement on Cultural, Educational, and Scientific Cooperation (1999).
  • Agreement on the Promotion and Mutual Protection of Investments (1997).
  • Maritime Transport Agreement (1997).
  • International passenger and goods transport agreement (1999).
  • Memorandum of bilateral Economic cooperation (1999).
  • Cooperation agreement in respect of Tourism (1999).

See also

External links

  • Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the relations with Greece
  • Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: directions of honorary consulates in Greece
  • Estonian embassy in Athens
  • Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the relation with Estonia
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