Greece–Netherlands relations

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Dutch-Greek relations
Map indicating locations of Netherlands and Greece



Dutch-Greek relations are foreign relations between the Netherlands and Greece. Since 1834, both countries have diplomatic relations. The Netherlands have an embassy in Athens and 12 honorary consulates in Corfu, Herakleion, Kalamata, Kavala, Patras, Piraeus, Rhodes, Samos, Syros, Thessaloniki, Volos, and Ioannina. Greece has an embassy in The Hague, and a consulate-general in Rotterdam. Both countries are full members of NATO and of the European Union.


The Netherlands Institute in Athens opened in 1984, and is one of 17 foreign archaeological institutes in Athens.

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