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Greece–Romania relations

Greek–Romanian relations
Map indicating locations of Greece and Romania

Greece

Romania

Greco–Romanian relations are foreign relations between Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC).

The level of Romanian-Greek bilateral relations is considered exceptionally good as Greece has warmly supported and contributed to Romania's entry into NATO and prompt accession into the European Union. Greece was the fifth member state of the EU and first among the old members to ratify the Treaty of Accession of Bulgaria and Romania to the EU. Greece is among the three top investors in Romania, with almost 800 active businesses and invested capital totalling 3 billion euros.[1] According to the General Secretariat for Greeks Abroad, the Greek community in Romania numbers 14,000.

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References

  1. ^ http://www.mfa.gr/www.mfa.gr/en-US/Policy/Geographic+Regions/South-Eastern+Europe/Balkans/Bilateral+Relations/Romania/ Greece is among the three top investors in Romania, with almost 800 active businesses and invested capital totalling 3 billion euros

External links

  • Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs about relations with Romania
  • Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs about relations with Greece
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