List of diplomatic missions of the Nordic countries

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This is a list of diplomatic missions of the Nordic countries, which consists of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden (including Greenland and the Faroe Islands, the Åland Islands, Jan Mayen and Svalbard).[1]

The countries cooperate closely, and the Helsinki Treaty sets the framework for the Nordic cooperation in the Nordic Council and the Nordic Council of Ministers. According to the Helsinki Treaty, public officials in the foreign services of any of the Nordic countries are to assist citizens of another Nordic country if that country is not represented in the territory concerned.[2][3]

In some countries, all or some of the Nordic countries have joint embassies. Examples includes the Nordic Embassies in Berlin (all the Nordic countries),[4] the Nordic House in Yangon (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden)[5] and the Nordic Embassy in Dhaka (Denmark, Norway and Sweden).[6] The Nordic countries have also signed a memorandum of understanding[7] with the Baltic states on the posting of diplomats at each other's missions abroad,[8][9][10] under the auspices of Nordic-Baltic Eight.[11]

Africa[edit]

 Denmark[12]  Finland[13]  Iceland[14]  Norway[15]  Sweden[16]
 Algeria Algiers (Embassy) Algiers (Embassy) Algiers (Embassy) Algiers (Embassy)
 Angola Luanda (Embassy) Luanda (Embassy)
 Burkina Faso Ouagadougou (Embassy) Ouagadougou (Embassy)
 Congo-Kinshasa Kinshasa (Embassy)
 Egypt Cairo (Embassy) Cairo (Embassy) Cairo (Embassy) Cairo (Embassy)
 Eritrea Asmara (Embassy)
 Ethiopia Addis Ababa (Embassy) Addis Ababa (Embassy) Addis Ababa (Embassy) Addis Ababa (Embassy)
 Ghana Accra (Embassy) Accra (Embassy)
 Kenya Nairobi (Embassy) Nairobi (Embassy) Nairobi (Embassy) Nairobi (Embassy)
 Liberia Monrovia (Embassy)
 Madagascar Antananarivo (Embassy)
 Malawi Lilongwe (Embassy) Lilongwe (Embassy)
 Mali Bamako (Embassy) Bamako (Embassy) Bamako (Embassy)
 Morocco Rabat (Embassy) Rabat (Embassy) Rabat (Embassy) Rabat (Embassy)
 Mozambique Maputo (Embassy) Maputo (Embassy) Maputo (Embassy)
 Namibia Windhoek (Embassy)
 Nigeria Abuja (Embassy) Abuja (Embassy) Abuja (Embassy)
 Rwanda Kigali (Embassy)
 Somaliland Hargeisa (Representative office)
 South Africa Pretoria (Embassy) Pretoria (Embassy) Pretoria (Embassy) Pretoria (Embassy)
 South Sudan Juba (Embassy)
 Sudan Khartoum (Embassy) Khartoum (Embassy)
 Tanzania Dar es Salaam (Embassy) Dar es Salaam (Embassy) Dar es Salaam (Embassy) Dar es Salaam (Embassy)
 Tunisia Tunis (Embassy) Tunis (Embassy)
 Uganda Kampala (Embassy) Kampala (Embassy) Kampala (Embassy) Kampala (Embassy)
 Zambia Lusaka (Embassy) Lusaka (Embassy) Lusaka (Embassy)
 Zimbabwe Harare (Embassy) Harare (Embassy)

Americas[edit]

The Nordic Embassies in Washington, D.C.
 Denmark[12]  Finland[13]  Iceland[14]  Norway[15]  Sweden[16]  Greenland[17]
 Argentina Buenos Aires (Embassy) Buenos Aires (Embassy) Buenos Aires (Embassy) Buenos Aires (Embassy)
 Bolivia La Paz (Embassy)
 Brazil Brasília (Embassy) Brasília (Embassy)
 Canada Ottawa (Embassy) Ottawa (Embassy) Ottawa (Embassy)
 Chile Santiago (Embassy) Santiago (Embassy) Santiago (Embassy) Santiago (Embassy)
 Colombia Bogotá (Embassy) Bogotá (Embassy) Bogotá (Embassy) Bogotá (Embassy)
 Cuba Havana (Embassy) Havana (Embassy)
 Guatemala Guatemala City (Embassy)
 Mexico Mexico City (Embassy) Mexico City (Embassy) Mexico City (Embassy) Mexico City (Embassy)
 Peru Lima (Embassy) Lima (Embassy)
 United States Washington, D.C. (Representative Office)
 Greenland Nuuk[18][19] (High Commission) Nuuk (Consulate General)
= Part of the Nordics

Asia[edit]

 Denmark[12]  Finland[13]  Iceland[14]  Norway[15]  Sweden[16]
 Afghanistan Kabul (Embassy) Kabul (Embassy) Kabul (Embassy) Kabul (Embassy)
 Armenia Yerevan (Embassy)
 Azerbaijan Baku (Embassy) Baku (Embassy)
 Bangladesh Dhaka (Embassy) Dhaka (Embassy) Dhaka (Embassy)
 Bhutan Thimphu (Representative office)
 Cambodia Phnom Penh (Representative Office) Phnom Penh (Embassy)
 China Beijing (Embassy)
 Georgia Tbilisi (Embassy) Tbilisi (Embassy)
 India New Delhi (Embassy) New Delhi (Embassy) New Delhi (Embassy) New Delhi (Embassy)
 Indonesia Jakarta (Embassy) Jakarta (Embassy) Jakarta (Embassy) Jakarta (Embassy)
 Iran Tehran (Embassy) Tehran (Embassy) Tehran (Embassy) Tehran (Embassy)
 Iraq Baghdad (Embassy) Baghdad (Embassy)
 Israel Tel Aviv (Embassy) Tel Aviv (Embassy) Tel Aviv (Embassy)
 Japan Tokyo (Embassy) Tokyo (Embassy) Tokyo (Embassy) Tokyo (Embassy) Tokyo (Embassy)
 Jordan Amman (Embassy) Amman (Embassy)
 Kazakhstan Nur-Sultan (Embassy) Nur-Sultan (Embassy) Nur-Sultan (Embassy)
 Lebanon Beirut (Embassy) Beirut (Embassy) Beirut (Embassy) Beirut (Embassy)
 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur (Embassy) Kuala Lumpur (Embassy) Kuala Lumpur (Embassy) Kuala Lumpur (Embassy)
 Myanmar Yangon (Embassy) Yangon (Embassy) Yangon (Embassy)
   Nepal Kathmandu (Embassy) Kathmandu (Embassy)
 North Korea Pyongyang (Embassy)
 Pakistan Islamabad (Embassy) Islamabad (Embassy) Islamabad (Embassy)
 Palestine Ramallah (Representative Office) Ramallah (Representative Office) Ramallah (Representative Office)
 Philippines Manila (Embassy) Manila (Embassy) Manila (Embassy) Manila (Embassy)
 Qatar Doha (Embassy)
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh (Embassy) Riyadh (Embassy) Riyadh (Embassy)
 Singapore Singapore (Embassy) Singapore (Embassy) Singapore (Embassy) Singapore (Embassy)
 South Korea Seoul (Embassy) Seoul (Embassy) Seoul (Embassy) Seoul (Embassy)
 Sri Lanka Colombo (Embassy)
 Syria Damascus (Embassy)
 Taiwan Taipei (Trade Council of Denmark, Taipei) Taipei (Finland Trade Centre) Taipei (Swedish Trade and Invest Council)
 Thailand Bangkok (Embassy) Bangkok (Embassy) Bangkok (Embassy) Bangkok (Embassy)
 Turkey Ankara (Embassy)
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi (Embassy) Abu Dhabi (Embassy) Abu Dhabi (Embassy) Abu Dhabi (Embassy)
 Vietnam Hanoi (Embassy) Hanoi (Embassy) Hanoi (Embassy) Hanoi (Embassy)
 Hong Kong Hong Kong (Consulate-General) Hong Kong (Consulate General)

Europe[edit]

The Nordic Embassies in Moscow
 Denmark[12]  Finland[13]  Iceland[14]  Norway[15]  Sweden[16]  Faroe Islands[20]  Greenland[17]
 Albania Tirana (Embassy)
 Austria Vienna (Embassy) Vienna (Embassy) Vienna (Embassy) Vienna (Embassy)
 Belarus Minsk (Liaison Office) Minsk (Embassy)
 Belgium Brussels (Embassy) Brussels (Embassy) Brussels (Embassy) Brussels (Embassy) Brussels (Representative Office Brussels (Representative Office)
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo (Embassy) Sarajevo (Embassy)
 Bulgaria Sofia (Embassy) Sofia (Embassy)
 Croatia Zagreb (Embassy) Zagreb (Embassy) Zagreb (Embassy) Zagreb (Embassy)
 Cyprus Nicosia (Embassy) Nicosia (Embassy)
 Czech Republic Prague (Embassy) Prague (Embassy) Prague (Embassy) Prague (Embassy)
 Denmark Copenhagen (Embassy) Copenhagen (Embassy) Copenhagen (Embassy) Copenhagen (Embassy) Copenhagen (Representative Office) Copenhagen (Representative Office)
 Estonia Tallinn (Embassy) Tallinn (Embassy) Tallinn (Embassy) Tallinn (Embassy)
 Finland Helsinki (Embassy) Helsinki (Embassy) Helsinki (Embassy) Helsinki (Embassy)
 France Paris (Embassy) Paris (Embassy) Paris (Embassy) Paris (Embassy) Paris (Embassy)
 Germany Berlin (Embassy) Berlin (Embassy) Berlin (Embassy)
 Greece Athens (Embassy) Athens (Embassy) Athens (Embassy) Athens (Embassy)
  Holy See
 Hungary Budapest (Embassy) Budapest (Embassy) Budapest (Embassy) Budapest (Embassy)
 Iceland Reykjavík (Embassy) Reykjavík (Embassy) Reykjavík (Embassy) Reykjavík (Embassy) Reykjavík (Representative Office) Reykjavík (Representative Office)
 Ireland Dublin (Embassy) Dublin (Embassy) Dublin (Embassy)
 Italy Rome (Embassy) Rome (Embassy) Rome (Embassy) Rome (Embassy)
 Kosovo Pristina (Embassy) Pristina (Embassy) Pristina (Embassy)
 Latvia Riga (Embassy) Riga (Embassy) Riga (Embassy) Riga (Embassy)
 Lithuania Vilnius (Embassy) Vilnius (Embassy) Vilnius (Embassy) Vilnius (Embassy)
 Moldova Chişinău (Embassy)
 Netherlands The Hague (Embassy) The Hague (Embassy) The Hague (Embassy)
 North Macedonia Skopje (Embassy)
 Norway Oslo (Embassy) Oslo (Embassy) Oslo (Embassy) Oslo (Embassy)
 Poland Warsaw (Embassy) Warsaw (Embassy) Warsaw (Embassy) Warsaw (Embassy)
 Portugal Lisbon (Embassy) Lisbon (Embassy) Lisbon (Embassy) Lisbon (Embassy)
 Romania Bucharest (Embassy) Bucharest (Embassy) Bucharest (Embassy) Bucharest (Embassy)
 Russia Moscow (Embassy) Moscow (Embassy) Moscow (Representative Office)
 Serbia Belgrade (Embassy) Belgrade (Embassy) Belgrade (Embassy) Belgrade (Embassy)
 Slovakia Bratislava (Embassy)
 Spain Madrid (Embassy) Madrid (Embassy) Madrid (Embassy)
 Sweden Stockholm (Embassy) Stockholm (Embassy) Stockholm (Embassy) Stockholm (Embassy)
  Switzerland Bern (Embassy) Geneva (Embassy) Bern (Embassy)
 Ukraine Kyiv (Embassy) Kyiv (Embassy) Kyiv (Embassy) Kyiv (Embassy)
 United Kingdom London (Embassy) London (Embassy) London (Embassy) London (Embassy) London (Embassy) London (Representative Office)
 Åland Mariehamn (Consulate General)
 Faroe Islands Tórshavn[21][22] (High Commission) Tórshavn (Consulate General)
= Part of the Nordics

Oceania[edit]

 Denmark[12]  Finland[13]  Iceland[14]  Norway[15]  Sweden[16]
 Australia Canberra (Embassy) Canberra (Embassy)

Multilateral organizations[edit]

 Denmark[12]  Finland[23]  Iceland[14]  Norway[15]  Sweden[16]  Faroe Islands[20]  Greenland[17]
Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization Vienna[24] Vienna
 Council of Europe Strasbourg (Permanent Representation)[25] Strasbourg (Permanent Representation)[26] Strasbourg (Permanent Representation) Strasbourg Strasbourg
 EFTA Geneva Geneva (Delegation)
 EU Brussels (Permanent Representation)[27] Brussels (Permanent Representation) Brussels Brussels Brussels Brussels[28] Brussels[29]
Food and Agriculture Organization Rome
International Atomic Energy Agency Vienna[30] Vienna
International Fund for Agricultural Development Rome
 NATO Brussels Brussels Brussels (Permanent Delegation) Brussels
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Paris[31] Paris[32] Paris Paris
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Vienna[33] Vienna Vienna Vienna
UNESCO Paris Paris
 United Nations
  • New York
  • Geneva
  • Vienna
  • New York
  • Geneva
  • New York
  • Geneva
World Food Programme Rome
 WTO Geneva[37] Geneva

Nordic Council of Ministers' Offices[edit]

 Nordic Council of Ministers[38]
 Denmark Copenhagen (Secretariat)
 Estonia
  • Tallinn (Head office)[39]
  • Tartu (Branch office)[39]
  • Narva (Branch office)[39]
 Latvia Riga[40]
 Lithuania Vilnius[41]

Closed offices[42]

 Russia
  • St. Petersburg (Office)
  • Kaliningrad (Office)
  • Petrozavodsk (Contact center)
  • Arkhangelsk (Contact center)
  • Murmansk (Information center)
= Part of the Nordics

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b The Swedish Embassy to the Holy See is located in Stockholm, Sweden. There is a Swedish chancery of the Holy See in Rome, outside Vatican territory.

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