Greece–Poland relations

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Greek-Polish relations
Map indicating locations of Greece and Poland



Greek-Polish relations are relations between Greece and Poland. Both countries established diplomatic relations in 1919 and exchanged ambassadors in 1922. Both countries are full members of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, of NATO and the European Union. There are over 3,000 people of Greek descent living in Poland, and over 50,000 people of Polish descent living in Greece.

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List of bilateral treaties[3][edit]

  • Memorandum of Mutual Understanding on Cooperation in the Defence Industry (Warsaw, June 29, 2004),
  • Agreement on economic, scientific, and technical cooperation in Agriculture and Food Economics (Athens, September 7, 1995),
  • Agreement on Cooperation in Science and Technology (Warsaw, November 9, 1998)
  • Agreement on the avoidance of double taxation (May 28, 1987).

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