Diplomatic missions of Vietnam


Diplomatic missions of Vietnam

The first overseas presence of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (the antecedent to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam) was a representative office in Paris, approximately during the period of the Fontainebleau Conference in 1946-1947. There was later a representative office operating in Bangkok from 1948, although it was closed in 1951 when the Thai government recognised the Republic of Vietnam. The Democratic Republic of Vietnam's first embassy was opened in Beijing in 1950, followed Moscow in 1952, and consulates in Nanning, Kumning and Guangzhou opening shortly afterwards. In 1964 the DRV had opened 19 diplomatic missions abroad; six years later this number increased to 30 [ [http://www.mofa.gov.vn/en/bng_vietnam/nr040810155433/ Ministry of Foreign Affairs] ] .

The Republic of Vietnam also had its own separate diplomatic network until the fall of Saigon in 1975.

Listed below are Vietnamese diplomatic missions, excluding any honorary consulates.

Europe


*Flag|Austria
** Vienna (Embassy)
*Flag|Belarus
** Minsk (Embassy)
*flag|Belgium
** Brussels (Embassy)
*Flag|Bulgaria
** Sofia (Embassy)
*Flag|Czech Republic
** Prague (Embassy)
*flag|Denmark
** Copenhagen (Embassy)
*Flag|Finland
** Helsinki (Embassy)
*Flag|France
** Paris (Embassy)
*Flag|Germany
** Berlin (Embassy)
** Frankfurt am Main (Consulate-General)
*Flag|Greece
** Athens (Embassy)
*Flag|Hungary
** Budapest (Embassy)
*Flag|Italy
** Rome (Embassy)
*flag|Netherlands
** The Hague (Embassy)
*flag|Poland
** Warsaw (Embassy)
*Flag|Romania
** Bucharest (Embassy)
*Flag|Russia
** Moscow (Embassy)
** Ekaterinburg (Consulate-General)
** Vladivostok (Consulate-General)
*Flag|Spain
** Madrid (Embassy)
*Flag|Sweden
** Stockholm (Embassy)
*flag|Switzerland
** Berne (Embassy)
*Flag|Ukraine
** Kiev (Embassy)
*Flag|United Kingdom
** London (Embassy)

North America

*Flag|Canada
** Ottawa (Embassy)
*Flag|Cuba
** Havana (Embassy)
*Flag|Mexico
** Mexico City (Embassy)
*Flag|Panama
** Panama City (Embassy)
*flag|United States
** Washington DC (Embassy)
** San Francisco (Consulate-General)

outh America

*Flag|Argentina
** Buenos Aires (Embassy)
*Flag|Brazil
** Brasília (Embassy)
*Flag|Chile
** Santiago de Chile (Embassy)
*Flag|Venezuela
** Caracas (Embassy)

Middle East

*Flag|Iran
** Tehran (Embassy)
*Flag|Iraq
** Baghdad (Embassy)
*Flag|Israel
** Tel Aviv (Embassy) "planned"
*Flag|Kuwait
** Kuwait City (Embassy)
*Flag|Qatar
** Doha (Embassy) "planned"
*Flag|Saudi Arabia
** Riyadh (Embassy)
*Flag|Turkey
** Ankara (Embassy)
*Flag|United Arab Emirates
** Abu Dhabi (Embassy)

Africa

*Flag|Algeria
** Algiers (Embassy)
*flag|Angola
** Luanda (Embassy)
*flag|Egypt
** Cairo (Embassy)
*Flag|Libya
** Tripoli (Embassy)
*Flag|Morocco
** Rabat (Embassy)
*Flag|South Africa
** Pretoria (Embassy)
*Flag|Tanzania
** Dar es Salaam (Embassy)

Asia

*flag|Bangladesh
** Dhaka (Embassy)
*Flag|Brunei
** Bandar Seri Begawan (Embassy)
*Flag|Cambodia
** Phnom Penh (Embassy)
** Battambang (Consulate-General)
** Sihanoukville (Consulate-General)
*Flag|People's Republic of China
** Beijing (Embassy)
** Guangzhou (Consulate-General)
** Hong Kong (Consulate-General)
** Kunming (Consulate-General)
** Nanning (Consulate-General)
** Shanghai (Consulate-General)
*Flag|India
** New Delhi (Embassy)
** Mumbai (Consulate-General)
*Flag|Indonesia
** Jakarta (Embassy)
*Flag|Japan
** Tokyo (Embassy)
** Osaka (Consulate-General)
*Flag|Kazakhstan
** Almaty (Embassy)
*Flag|North Korea
** Pyongyang (Embassy)
*Flag|South Korea
** Seoul (Embassy)
*Flag|Laos
** Vientiane (Embassy)
** Pakse (Consulate-General)
** Savannakhet (Consulate-General)
** Luang Prabang (Consulate-General)
*Flag|Malaysia
** Kuala Lumpur (Embassy)
*Flag|Mongolia
** Ulaanbaatar (Embassy)
*Flag|Myanmar
** Yangon (Embassy)
*Flag|Pakistan
** Islamabad (Embassy)
*Flag|Philippines
** Manila (Embassy)
*Flag|Singapore
** Singapore (Embassy)
*Flag|Republic of China
** Taipei (Economic and Cultural Office of Vietnam)
*Flag|Thailand
** Bangkok (Embassy)
** Khon Kaen (Consulate-General)
*Flag|Uzbekistan
** Tashkent (Embassy)

Oceania

*Flag|Australia
** Canberra (Embassy)
** Sydney (Consulate-General)
*Flag|New Zealand
** Wellington (Embassy)

Multilateral organisations

** Brussels (mission to the European Union)
** Geneva (representative office)
** New York (permanent mission to the United Nations)
** Paris (permanent mission to UNESCO)
** Vienna (permanent mission to the United Nations)

ee also

* Foreign relations of Vietnam

References

* [http://www.mofa.gov.vn/en/ Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Vietnam]


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