Bosnia & Erzegovina


Along with all the other members of the EU, Greece recognized Bosnia and Herzegovina in April 1992. The Greek Embassy in Sarajevo was established in 1996 and also houses the Consular Bureau, a Commercial Affairs Section and a Defence Attaché Office. The Bosnia and Herzegovina Embassy in Greece has been in operation since 1998.

Political Relations

Within the framework of its regional policy on the Western Balkans, Greece supports Bosnia and Herzegovina’s European and Euroatlantic course both firmly and practically. Our country also supports the waiving of visa requirements for Bosnian citizens.

Bosnia and Herzegovina participates and collaborates harmoniously with Greece in many regional cooperation formats, including the SEECP and the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC), the Secretariat of which is hosted by Bosnian and Herzegovina. Bilateral cooperation in sectors of mutual interest is increasing steadily.

Embassy in Sarajevo

Address : Obala Maka Dizdara 1, 71000 Sarajevo
Tel.: (+38733) 560550
Fax: (+38733) 203512
Emergency tel: (+387) 61019324, 62830350
Ambassador: Karolos Gadis

Consular office in Sarajevo

Address: Obala Maka Dizdara 1, 71000 Sarajevo
Tel.: (+38733) 213442
Fax: (+38733) 215032
Head: Efthimios Manos

Commercial Section in Sarajevo

Address: Obala Maka Dizdara 1, 71000 Sarajevo
Tel.: (+38733) 211794
Fax: (+38733) 211756
E – mail :
Head: Dimitrios Maos

Embassy of Bosnia – Erzegovina in Greece

3,  Hatzikosta str.
115 21 Athens
Fax :

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