Greece–Hungary relations

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Greek-Hungarian relations
Map indicating locations of Greece and Hungary



Greek-Hungarian relations are relations between Greece and Hungary. Both countries established diplomatic relations on July 7, 1956. Both countries exchanged embassies in the other one's capital on August 24, 1964.[1] Both countries are full members of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, of NATO and the European Union. There are around 2,500 people of Greek descent living in Hungary.

List of bilateral visits[2][edit]

List of bilateral treaties[3][edit]

Stavros Lambrinidis and Viktor Orbán in January 2011
  • Air Cooperation agreement (1963)
  • Agreement on the Avoidance of Double Taxation on Income (1984)
  • Agreement on the promotion and Protection of Investments (1989)
  • Agreement on Economic, Industrial and Technological Cooperation (1980)
  • Agreement on international road transport (1977)
  • Tourism Cooperation Agreement (1987)
  • Agreement on agricultural cooperation (2001)

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