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List of diplomatic missions of Greece

Countries hosting a Greek diplomatic mission (Blue: Embassy, light blue: consulate only)
Greek Embassy in Beijing
Greek Embassy in Berlin
Greek Embassy in Bratislava
Greek Embassy in Brussels
Greek Embassy in Bucharest
Greek Embassy in Budapest
Embassy of Greece in Canberra
Greek Consulate General in Jerusalem
Greek Embassy in London
Greek Embassy in Madrid
Consulate-General of Greece in Saint Petersburg
Greek Embassy in Nicosia
Greek Embassy in Oslo
Greek Embassy in Paris
Greek Embassy in Rome
Greek Embassy in Sarajevo
Greek Embassy in Stockholm
Greek Embassy in Valletta
Greek Embassy in Vienna
Greek Embassy in Warsaw
Greek Consulate General in New York
Greek Embassy in Yerevan

This is a list of diplomatic missions of Greece, excluding honorary consulates. Greece has an extensive global diplomatic presence.

Africa

Americas

Asia

Europe

Oceania

Multilateral organizations

See also

References

  • Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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