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Greece and Serbia established diplomatic relations in 1868. A Greek embassy has been in operation in Belgrade since 1880. Today, the embassy has an operational Consular Office, an Economic and Trade Affairs Bureau, a Press office, a Defence Attaché office and a Police Liaison office.
There is mutual representation at Embassy level, in Athens and Belgrade. Serbia maintains a General Consulate in Thessaloniki, as well as honorary Consulates in Corfu and Argostoli.
Relations between the two countries are traditionally very good and are based on a strong bilateral contractual framework. Indicatively the following agreements are of note: agreement on mutual judicial cooperation, on cooperation in science and education, on tourism development, on air transport, on international road transport of people and goods, on economic and technological cooperation, and on the avoidance of double taxation. High-level visits are regularly carried out between the two countries.
Greece is ranked third among foreign investors in Serbia. Additionally, Greece is a popular tourism destination among Serbians.
For information on bilateral economic relations, you can visit the AGORA internet portal.
The primary Institution promoting cultural and educational cooperation between the two countries is the Belgrade Branch of the Hellenic Foundation for Culture. Furthermore, the Nebojsa Tower is of great importance, as it hosts a multimedia museum dedicated to the life and achievements of the hero of the Greek Revolution, Rigas Velestinlis, which was funded by the International Development Cooperation-Hellenic Aid.
Embassy in Belgrade
Address : Francuska 33, 11000 Belgrade
Tel. : (0038111) 3226523
Fax : 3344746
Emergency Tel: 00381 63 492298
Web Site : www.mfa.gr/belgrade
Head of Mission : Ilias Iliadi
Consular Office in Belgrade
Address: Strahinjića Bana 76, 11000 Belgrade
Tel: (0038111) 3331906, 3341507
Fax: (0038111) 3331933
Head: Dafni Koulousiou
Commercial Section in Belgrade
Address : Strahinjića Bana 76, 11000 Belgrade
Tel. : (0038111) 3231577, 3222338
Fax : (0038111) 3249215
Head : Haralambos Kounalaki