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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.