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List of diplomatic missions of India

 

List of diplomatic missions of India

Diplomatic missions of India

This is a list of diplomatic missions of India. India has a relatively large diplomatic network, reflecting its links in the world and particularly in neighbouring regions: Central Asia, the Middle East, East Africa, Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent. There are also far-flung missions in the Caribbean and the Pacific, locations of historical Indian diaspora communities.

As a Commonwealth country, Indian diplomatic missions in the capitals of other Commonwealth members are known as High Commissions. In other cities of Commonwealth countries India calls some of its consulates "Assistant High Commissions".

Indian Embassy in Berlin
Consulate-General of India in Birmingham
Indian High Commission in Canberra
Indian Embassy in Madrid
Indian Consulate-General in Saint Petersburg
Indian High Commission in Ottawa
Indian Embassy in Panama City
Indian Embassy in Paris
Indian Embassy in Prague
Indian High Commission in Pretoria
Indian Embassy in Rome
Indian Embassy in Warsaw
Embassy of India in Washington, D.C.
Indian Consulate-General in New York City

Africa

Americas

Asia

Europe

Oceania

International organisations

See also

External links

  • Ministry of External Affairs of India
  • Indian embassies abroad
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