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Greece–Lithuania relations

 

Greece–Lithuania relations

Greek-Lithuanian relations
Map indicating locations of Greece and Lithuania

Greece

Lithuania

Greek-Lithuanian relations are the relations between NATO and the European Union.

Contents

  • Historical relations 1
  • List of bilateral visits 2
  • Bilateral agreements 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5
  • References 6

Historical relations

Greece recognised the State of Lithuania on May 23, 1922, and diplomatic relations between the two countries were restored on January 7, 1992. Greece has never officially recognised the annexation of the Baltic states by the USSR. Lithuania has maintained an embassy in Athens since 1997 along with an honorary consulate in Thessaloniki.[1] Greece has had an embassy in Vilnius since January 2, 2005.

List of bilateral visits [2]

Bilateral agreements[3]

  • investment protection,
  • culture, tourism, economic, industrial and technological cooperation,
  • road and sea transport,
  • mutual elimination of visas,
  • re-admission of persons,
  • protection of confidential information

See also

External links

  • Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the relation with Lithuania
  • Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: list of bilateral treaties with Greece
  • Lithuanian embassy in Athens

References

  1. ^ http://gr.mfa.lt/index.php?-104215627 Lithuanian embassy in Athens
  2. ^ http://www.mfa.gr/www.mfa.gr/en-US/Policy/Geographic+Regions/Europe/Relationships+with+EU+Member+States/Lithuania/ Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the relation with Lithuania
  3. ^ http://www.urm.lt/index.php?-1664808191 Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: list of bilateral treaties with Greece
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