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Greek-Uruguayan relations are the relations between Greece and Uruguay. Both countries established diplomatic relations in 1928. Greece has an embassy in Montevideo. Uruguay has an embassy in Athens.
- Cultural Agreement (1957, entry into force 1967).
- Social Security Agreement (1994, entry into force 1997).
- Agreement on the Reciprocal Abolition of Visas for Diplomatic and Service Passport Holders (1994, entry into force 1997).
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- Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the relation with Uruguay
- Greek embassy in Montevideo (in Greek and Spanish only)
- Tsakos Foundation in Uruguay (contains the Honorary Consulate of Cyprus and is the official Greek Institute in Uruguay)
- Tsakos Industrias Navales SA
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