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Greece is represented in Uganda through parallel accreditation of its Embassy in Nairobi, while Uganda is represented in Greece through its Embassy in Rome.
Bilateral relations are very good.
The number of Greek community members in Uganda is limited and does not exceed 20 persons.
The Orthodox Holy Diocese of Uganda operates under the Patriarchate of Alexandria. It carries out a notable social and educational role. Development assistance provided by Greece contributed to the creation of a medical centre which offers its services free of charge to local inhabitants in need. The Holy Diocese's seat also houses a nursery, a primary school and a high-school.
The Greek community in Uganda is very small. It numbers no more than 15 persons. The political instability of the ‘80s and ‘90s let to the departure of Greeks from the country, mostly to Kenya.
The Orthodox Holy Diocese of Uganda operates under the Patriarchate of Alexandria. It carries out a notable social and educational role. Through development assistance programmes funded by the Foreign Ministry’s Hellenic Aid, a medical centre has been set up and offers its services free of charge to local inhabitants in need. The Holy Diocese's seat also houses a nursery, a primary school and a high-school.