Chile–Greece relations

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Chilean-Greek relations
Map indicating locations of Chile and Greece



Chilean-Greek relations are the between Chile and Greece. Since 1992, Greece has had an Embassy in Santiago, along with 2 honorary consulates in Antofagasta and Valparaíso.[1] Chile has an Embassy in Athens and Honorary Consulates in Piraeus, Thessaloniki, Crete and Kalamata.[2]

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List of bilateral treaties and agreements [4][edit]

  • Cultural Agreement: Signed in Athens on May 14, 1962
  • Tourist Agreement: Signed in Santiago on September 15, 1994.
  • Framework agreement on economic, scientific and technological cooperation. Signed in Santiago on September 15, 1994
  • Protocol for Consultations between Foreign Ministries. Signed in Athens on July 10, 1996.
  • Agreement to abolish visas for diplomatic, government service, and official passports. Signed in Athens on July 10, 1996.
  • Agreement for the promotion and mutual protection of investments. Signed on July 10, 1996.

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