Diplomatic missions of Cambodia

Diplomatic missions of Cambodia

Cambodia's cadre of diplomatic personnel defected or were decimated during the reign of the Khmer Rouge. In the 1980s the Soviet Union and Vietnam slowly rebuilt the capacity of the country's foreign ministry, although the country's foreign policy was effectively controlled by Hanoi. Since the departure of Vietnamese troops in 1989 and signing of the Paris Peace Accords in 1991, Cambodia has moved out of its international isolation.


** Brussels (Embassy)
** Paris (Embassy)
** Berlin (Embassy)
** Warsaw (Embassy)
** Moscow (Embassy)
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** London (Embassy)

North America

** Havana (Embassy)
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** Washington DC (Embassy)


** Bandar Seri Begawan (embassy)
** Beijing (Embassy)
** Chongqing (Consulate-General)
** Guangzhou (Consulate-General)
** Hong Kong (Consulate-General)
** Shanghai (Consulate-General)
** New Delhi (Embassy)
** Jakarta (Embassy)
** Tokyo (Embassy)
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** Pyongyang (Embassy)
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** Seoul (Embassy)
** Vientiane (Embassy)
** Kuala Lumpur (Embassy)
** Tokyo (Embassy)
** Yangon (Embassy)
** Manila (Embassy)
** Singapore (Embassy)
** Bangkok (Embassy)
** Aranyaprathet (Consulate-General)
** Hanoi (Embassy)
** Ho Chi Minh City (Consulate-General)


** Canberra (Embassy)

Multilateral organisations

** Brussels (Mission to the European Union)
** Geneva (Permanent Mission)
** New York (Permanent Mission to the United Nations)
** Paris (Delegation to UNESCO)

ee also

Foreign relations of Cambodia


* [http://www.mfaic.gov.kh Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation]

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