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Greece established diplomatic relations with Kyrgyzstan in 1992. Our embassy in Astana has parallel accreditation for Kyrgyzstan.
The two countries cooperate providing mutual support for candidacies within the framework of international organizations.
The University of Bishkek has been offering Greek language lessons through its Greek Culture and Modern Greek Language Centre, and the Greek language is also taught at the country’s National University.
Approximately 700 people of Greek descent live in Kyrgyzstan.