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Croatia

Greek-Croatian diplomatic relations date from 20 July 1992. The Greek Embassy in Zagreb opened in November 1994 and houses a Consular Bureau and Commercial Affairs Section. Croatia opened an Embassy and Consular Office in Athens in 1993.

Political Relations

Greek-Croatian bilateral relations are governed by the principle of good neighbourly relations, are further strengthened by Croatia’s 1 July 2013 EU accession, and are cultivated by frequent bilateral contacts on all levels. There is mutual interest in expanding bilateral economic cooperation, which has significant potential for further growth, mainly in the fields of energy, tourism and infrastructure Greek-Croatian regional cooperation is at a particularly good level within the framework of the South East European Cooperation Process (SEECP). Greece supported Croatia’s accession to NATO, within the framework of Greece’s broader strategy for the Euroatlantic perspective of the Western Balkans.

Economic Relations

For information on bilateral economic relations, you can visit the AGORA internet portal.

Office E.C.A. Zagreb

Useful Information

Click here for information regarding the visa requirements for Greek citizens who want to travel to Croatia.

Click here for information regarding visa requirements for citizens of Croatia who want to travel to Greece.

Croatia- Contact details of Greek Missions

Embassy in Zagreb

Address : Opaticka 12, Zagreb 10000, Croatia
Tel. : (003851) 4810444, 4810437
Fax : 4810419
Emergency Tel: 0385 - 99 24 45 445
E-mail :   
Web Site : www.mfa.gr/zagreb

Head of Mission : Stavros Tsiepas

Consular Office in Zagreb

Address : Opaticka 12, Zagreb 10000, Croatia
Tel.: (003851) 4812202 
Fax: 4835444
E-mail :   
Web Site :  www.mfa.gr/zagreb

Head of Consular Office: Irene Kaparaki

Commercial Section in Zagreb

Address : Opaticka 12, 10000 Zagreb
Tel. : (003851) 4835716
Fax : 4810419
E-mail :   
Web Site

Head: Christos Farmaki

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