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
- April 1997, Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Toomas Hendrik Ilves
- May 1999, President of Estonia Lennart Meri
- June 2004, Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Kristiina Ojuland
- June 2004, President of Estonia Arnold Rüütel and Estonian Minister of Culture Urmas Paet in relation with the Olympic Games
- May 2008, Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Urmas Paet
- October 2000, President of Greece Konstantinos Stephanopoulos
- May 2003, Prime Minister of Greece Costas Simitis (during the EU Presidency)
List of bilateral agreements
- 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).
- 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