This is a list of diplomatic missions of Israel, excluding honorary consulates. As of February 2019, there are 77 resident embassies and 21 consulate-generals and 2 representative missions in the 163 states that recognise Israel.
Israel also maintains five missions to multilateral organisations, of which four missions are to the United Nations and one mission to the European Union. Israel also maintains an economic and cultural office in Taiwan and a representative office to the International Renewable Energy Agency in the United Arab Emirates.
Israel's biggest diplomatic coup in the international community came with peace treaties and recognition from Arab countries such as Egypt in the late 1970s, and Jordan in the early 1990s, leading to embassies being opened in Cairo and Amman. During the late 1980s, several Israeli embassies were opened/reopened in former Eastern Bloc states as the Cold War ended. At the beginning of the 1990s, Israel established official relations with the Soviet Union, India and China. The prospects of a Middle East peace agreement in the mid-1990s led to Israeli government offices appearing as trade representative offices being opened in a handful of Arab states such as Bahrain, Qatar, Tunisia, Oman and Morocco. By 2000s, all have since closed the Israeli offices. Israel closed its embassies in Mauritania and Venezuela after the Gaza War, following demands by their national governments.
Tunisia and Israel announced on 10/3/1994 the establishment of low-level diplomatic relations, a move that both countries described as the first step in the normalization of ties. The two countries will establish economic liaison.