List of diplomatic missions of France

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Diplomatic missions of France

This is a list of diplomatic missions of France, excluding honorary consulates.[1] France's permanent representation abroad began in the reign of Francis I, when in 1522 he sent a delegation to the Swiss. Despite its reduced presence following decolonisation, France still has substantial influence in the world. France has the world's second largest diplomatic network, second to the network of the United States.

Europe[edit]

French Embassy in Athens, Greece
French Embassy in Belgrade, Serbia
French Embassy in Berlin, Germany
French Embassy in Budapest, Hungary
French Embassy in Copenhagen, Denmark
French Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine
French Embassy in London, United Kingdom
French Embassy in Luxembourg, Luxembourg
French Embassy in Madrid, Spain
French Embassy in Moscow, Russia
French Embassy in Oslo, Norway
French Embassy in Prague, Czech Republic
French Embassy in Rome, Italy
French Embassy to the Holy See in Rome
French Embassy in Sofia, Bulgaria
French Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden
French Embassy in Tallinn, Estonia
French Embassy in Vienna, Austria
French Embassy in Zagreb, Croatia
French Consulate General in Saint Petersburg, Russia
Embassy of France in Washington, D.C., United States
Consulate-General of France in Quebec, Canada
French Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina
French Embassy in Bogotá, Colombia

North America[edit]

South America[edit]

Africa[edit]

Consulate-General of France in Alexandria
French Embassy in Praia
French Embassy in Tunis
Embassy of France in Windhoek

Asia[edit]

French Embassy in Singapore
French Embassy in Tel-Aviv, Israel
French Consulate in Jerusalem, Israel
French Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey

Oceania[edit]

French Embassy in Wellington, New Zealand

Multilateral organisations[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]