Foreign relations of Guinea-Bissau
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Politics and government of
The Republic of Guinea-Bissau follows a nonaligned foreign policy and seeks friendly and cooperative relations with a wide variety of states and organizations. France, Portugal, Angola, Brazil, Egypt, Nigeria, Libya, Cuba, the Palestine Liberation Organization, and Russia have diplomatic offices in Bissau.
Guinea-Bissau is a member of several international organizations: the United Nations and many of its specialized and related agencies, including the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Health Organization, the Food and Agriculture Organization, the Group of 77, and the International Civil Aviation Organization; the African Development Bank (AFDB); the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS); the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU); the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC); the African Union (AU); and, the permanent Interstate Committee for drought control in the Sahel (CILSS).
Bilateral relations 
Guinea-Bissau has an embassy in Moscow, and Russia has an embassy in Bissau.
United States 
The U.S. Embassy suspended operations in Bissau on June 14, 1998, in the midst of violent conflict between forces loyal to then-President Vieira and the military-led junta. Prior to and following the Embassy closure, the United States and Guinea-Bissau have enjoyed excellent bilateral relations.
See also 
- "Botswana establishes relations with Samoa, Guinea Bissau" 30 March 2010 Link retrieved 01 April 2010
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