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Diplomatic missions of Romania

This is a list of diplomatic missions of Romania, excluding honorary consulates.[1] Romania has an extensive and a large diplomatic network. The date diplomatic relations were established is given after the country name.

Europe







North America


South America

Africa

Asia


Oceania

Besides the countries listed, Romania also has relations with New Zealand (since 1969; the Romanian ambassador in Australia is accredited to New Zealand, while the New Zealand ambassador in Belgium is accredited to Romania); Estonia (restored September 13, 1991; the Romanian ambassador in Finland is accredited to Estonia, while the Estonian ambassador in Poland is accredited to Romania); Latvia (established January 3, 1922 and restored September 13, 1991; the Romanian ambassador in Lithuania is accredited to Latvia, while the Latvian ambassador in Poland is accredited to Romania); and Laos. Additionally, on April 6, 1919, Romania established relations with Czechoslovakia, which no longer exists.

Multilateral organizations

See also

External links

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania

References

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