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Greece–South Africa relations

Greek-South African relations

Greece

South Africa

Greek–South African relations are the relations between Greece and South Africa. The presence of a large Greek Diaspora in South Africa led to the establishment of diplomatic relations as far back as the early 20th century. Relations are cordial, and got stronger since World War II, during which both countries were allies. Greece has an embassy in Pretoria, a general consulate in Johannesburg and 2 consulates in Cape Town and Durban. South Africa has an embassy in Athens and an honorary consulate in Thessaloniki.

List of resent bilateral visits

List of bilateral treaties

  • Convention on the avoidance of double taxation of income. Signed on November 19, 1998, put in force on February 19, 2003.
  • Agreement on the promotion and mutual protection of investments. Signed on November 19, 1998, put in force on September 5, 2001.
  • Agreement of air transports. Signed on November 19, 1998, put in force on May 23, 2001
  • Agreement on collaboration in the sector of tourism. Signed on November 19, 1998
  • Agreement on the commercial shipping and relevant shipping subjects. Signed on February 26, 1998, put in force on July 13, 2001.
  • Agreement of cultural cooperation. Signed on July 25, 2005

See also

External links

  • Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the relation with South Africa
  • South African Department of Foreign Affairs about the relations with Greece
  • South African Department of Foreign Affairs: directions of representations in Greece
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