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Algerian-Greek relations date back for more than 2000 years.
Diplomatic relations have been solid since Algeria's first years of
independence. Greece maintains an embassy in Algiers, and Algeria
is represented in Greece by its embassy in Athens. Trade between
Greece and Algeria is increasing, with imports of natural gas from
Algeria an important factor. There have been problems with illegal
immigration from Algeria to Greece in recent years, and with
Algerian trafficking of Sub Saharan Africans seeking to enter the
European Union. The first recorded contacts between Greeks and
Algerians were struggles in the 5th century BC between the
Phoenecians, who had settled in what is now Tunisia and Algeria
with their capital at Carthage, and the Greek colony of Syracuse in
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