Colombian-Greek relations are foreign relations between Colombia and Greece. Colombia is represented in Greece through its embassy in Rome, it has an honorary consulate in Athens. Greece is represented in Colombia through its embassy in Caracas, it has two honorary consulates (Bogotá and Cartagena).
Within the framework of the EU-Colombian dialogue, Greece supports the efforts towards peaceful resolution of Colombia's longstanding domestic security problem resulting from the activities of illegal, armed, and well-organized guerrilla groups, as well as from drug trafficking, professional kidnapping, etc.
- "Greece's Bilateral Relations". Mfa.gr. Retrieved 3 April 2019.
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