Greece–Malaysia relations

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Greece–Malaysia relations
Map indicating locations of Greece and Malaysia

Greece

Malaysia

The Greek embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia, is also accredited to Malaysia.[1] There is an Honorary Greek Consulate in Kuala Lumpur. Correspondingly, the Malaysian embassy in Bucharest is at the same time accredited to Greece. There is a Malaysian honorary consulate in Athens. The former Yang di-Pertuan Agong (the head of state of Malaysia) and current Raja of Perlis, Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin visited Greece in August 2004 to attend the 2004 Athens Olympics.

Trade links[edit]

Greece exports specialised machinery, non-ferrous metals, tobacco, metal goods, medical products, minerals and fruit, and imports industrial equipment, oil, footwear, paper, rubber, vehicles and telecommunications equipment from Malaysia.[2]

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