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Diplomatic relations between the two countries date back to 1880. Greece maintains an Embassy, Consular Bureau, Defence Attaché Office and Commercial Affairs Section, Defence Attaché Office, Press Office and Greek National Tourism Office in Bucharest. Romania has an Embassy in Athens and a Consulate General in Thessaloniki.
Greek-Romanian relations are at an excellent level, pertaining to the fact that the two countries are partners and allies in the EU and NATO, respectively. Greece and Romania collaborate closely on the bilateral and European level, as well as in the framework of regional organizations and initiatives, including the South East European Cooperation Process (SEECP), the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC), and the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization (BSEC).
Regarding the refugee crisis, Romania expresses her support to Greece through her participation in the Frontex mission.
Trilateral Greek-Bulgarian-Romanian Cooperation is a noteworthy form of cooperation on the regional level.
Greece was among the countries that fervently and substantially supported Romania’s accession to NATO and the EU.
Our country also supports Romania’s application for membership in the Schengen Area.
For information on bilateral economic relations, you can visit the AGORA internet portal.
The Greek Romanian community numbers some 10,000, and there are many Greeks working in established Greek enterprises in Romania.
Embassy in Bucharest
Address : 1-3, Pache Protopopescu, Sector 2, Bucharest
Tel. : (004021) 2094170-4
Fax : (004021) 2094175
E-mail : ,
Web Site : www.mfa.gr/bucharest
Head of Mission : V. Papadopoulos
Consular Office in Bucharest
Address : Ferdinand Ι Boulevard Nr. 4-6, Sector 2, Bucharest
Tel. : (004021) 2094190-1-2
Fax : (004021) 2094193
Emergency phone: (only for cases of loss or theft of travel documents and for cases of death, injury, disappearance or arrest of a Greek citizen) 0040 - 766 714976
For your better service, please address to the Consular Office by mail and submit your questions.
Office Hours for the Public: Monday - Friday 09:30 - 13:30
Call centre schedule: Monday-Friday 09:30 - 11:30 & 13:30-15:30
For our consular services, please arrange an appointment.
No appointment is needed for legalisation of a signature, acts of authorisation, acts of solemn declaration, transporting of deceased for burial service and ratification of hospitalisation documents.
For more detailed information, please visit our website:
For visas: http://www.mfa.gr/missionsabroad/en/visas.html?mission=buc&mis=romania
For other consular services: http://www.mfa.gr/missionsabroad/romania/other-services
The last working day of every month, the Consular Office is not open to the public, due to auditing works.
Head: Sofia Kantara, Third Secretary of Embassy
Commercial Section in Bucharest
Address : Piata Pache Protopopescu nr.1, Et.1, Ap. 3, sector 2, RO 021401, Bucuresti
Tel. : (004021) 2100748 2115724
Fax : (004021) 2119893
Head: Ioannis Markos - Counsellor for Economic and Commercial Affairs