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Our country’s Embassy in Bern has parallel accreditation for our Liechtenstein.
Liechtenstein is represented in Greece through the Swiss Embassy in Athens.
Greece’s political relations with Liechtenstein can be considered quite good, despite the lack of progress as there have been no political exchanges or reciprocal bilateral visits for many years now.
The most significant field of cooperation between the two countries is the successful exchange of support between the two countries for their candidacies within international fora.
Fifty Greek families reside and work in Lichtenstein.