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The Greek Embassy in Damascus suspended operation in July 2012, for security reasons. The Syrian Embassy in Athens suspended its operation in December 2012, since which time consular services for Syrian citizens in Greece have been provided by the Syrian Embassy in Sofia.
Greece established diplomatic relations with Thailand on 26 May 1958. The Greek Embassy in Bangkok opened in November 1989. Thailand maintains an Embassy in Athens.
There is mutual representation at Embassy level. Greece has additional consular authorities in Istanbul, Izmir and Edirne, while Turkey maintains consulates in Piraeus, Thessaloniki, Komotini and Rhodes.
There are Embassies in both Stockholm and Athens. Greece also maintains two Honorary General Consulates in Sweden, in the towns of Malmo and Goteborg.
Our country is represented in Suriname via parallel accreditation of its Embassy in Brazilia.
Greece is represented in Swaziland via parallel accreditation of its Embassy in Pretoria. Swaziland is represented in Greece through its Embassy in London.