List of Diplomatic Missions in Liechtenstein
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List of Diplomatic Missions in Liechtenstein
Coat of Arms of the Principality of Liechtenstein

This article lists diplomatic missions accredited to Liechtenstein. The Principality of Liechtenstein is one of only two sovereign countries in the world, the other being the Vatican City,[note 1] without a resident embassy or consulate located within its territory. Eighty-six countries have ambassadors accredited to Liechtenstein, with most being resident in Bern, Vienna or Berlin.

Honorary Consulates

Building that houses the honorary consulate of Mexico in Vaduz.

Resident in Vaduz unless otherwise noted[1]

Consulates General

Accredited to Liechtenstein. Resident in Zürich unless noted[3]

Non-resident embassies

(Resident in Bern unless otherwise noted)

  1.  Albania
  2.  Algeria
  3.  Andorra (Andorra la Vella)
  4.  Argentina
  5.  Armenia (Berlin)
  6.  Australia (Berlin)
  7.  Austria (Vienna)
  8.  Azerbaijan
  9.  Afghanistan (Vienna)
  10.  Bahrain (Berlin)
  11.  Belgium
  12.  Benin (Geneva)
  13.  Bosnia and Herzegovina
  14.  Brazil
  15.  Bulgaria
  16.  Central African Republic (Geneva)
  17.  Canada
  18.  Chad (Berlin)
  19.  Chile
  20.  Colombia
  21.  Costa Rica
  22.  Croatia
  23.  Cuba
  24.  Cyprus (Vienna)
  25.  Czech Republic
  26.  Denmark (Berlin)
  27.  Ecuador
  28.  Egypt
  29.  European Union
  30.  Finland
  31.  France
  32.  Georgia
  33.  Germany
  34.  Greece
  35.  Guatemala
  36.  Guinea (Berlin)
  37.  Hungary
  38.  Republic of Ireland
  39.  Iceland (Geneva)
  40.  India
  41.  Indonesia
  42.  Iran
  43.  Israel
  44.  Italy
  45.  Japan
  46.  Kazakhstan
  47.  Kosovo[a]
  48.  Kenya (Geneva)
  49.  Kuwait
  50.  Kyrgyzstan (Geneva)
  51.  Laos (Geneva)
  52.  Latvia (Vienna)
  53.  Lebanon
  54.  Lithuania (Vienna)
  55.  Luxembourg
  56.  Maldives (Geneva)
  57.  Mali (Geneva)
  58.  Malaysia
  59.  Malta (Valletta)
  60.  Mexico[4]
  61.  Monaco
  62.  Mongolia (Geneva)
  63.  Montenegro
  64.  Morocco
  65.  Nigeria
  66.  Netherlands
  67.  Norway
  68.  New Zealand (Berlin)
  69.  North Korea
  70.  North Macedonia
  71.  Niger (Geneva)
  72.  Nicaragua (Vienna)
  73.  Qatar
  74.  Pakistan
  75.  Panama (Paris)
  76.  Paraguay
  77.  Peru
  78.  Philippines
  79.  Poland
  80.  Portugal
  81.  Romania
  82.  Russia
  83.  Sierra Leone (Geneva)
  84.  San Marino (Geneva)
  85.  Saudi Arabia
  86.  Serbia
  87.  Slovakia
  88.  Spain
  89.  Slovenia
  90.  South Africa
  91.  South Korea
  92.  Sovereign Military Order of Malta (Vienna)
  93.  Sweden
  94.   Switzerland
  95.  Sudan (Geneva)
  96.  Thailand
  97.  Togo (Geneva)
  98.  Turkmenistan (Geneva)
  99.  Tajikistan (Geneva)
  100.  Tunisia
  101.  Turkey
  102.  Tanzania (Geneva)
  103.  United Arab Emirates
  104.  Ukraine
  105.  United Kingdom
  106.  United States
  107.  Uruguay
  108.  Uzbekistan (Vienna)
  109.   Vatican City
  110.  Venezuela
  111.  Vietnam
  112.  Yemen (Vienna)

See also

Notes

a.   ^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008. Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the 2013 Brussels Agreement. Kosovo is currently recognized as an independent state by 96 out of the 193 United Nations member states. In total, 113 UN member states are said to have recognized Kosovo at some point, of which 15 later withdrew their recognition.
  1. ^ Given the very small territory of the Vatican, all diplomatic missions accredited to the Holy See are physically located in surrounding Rome, Italy or elsewhere.

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