List of diplomatic missions of Abkhazia
This page lists the Diplomatic missions of Abkhazia as well as its non-diplomatic offices. The Republic of Abkhazia is a state with limited recognition, which declared independence from Georgia in 1999, but did not receive recognition from any UN member states until after the 2008 South Ossetia war. Abkhazia is recognized by Russia, Nicaragua, Venezuela and Nauru. In addition, it is recognized by Nagorno-Karabakh, South Ossetia, and Transnistria, which are not members of the United nations.
- Nicaragua: Managua embassy (since 16 April 2012) 
- Russia: Moscow embassy (since 16 January 2009)
- South Ossetia: Tskhinvali embassy (since 10 December 2010)
- Venezuela: Caracas embassy (since 12 August 2010) 
Those are not diplomatic missions and imply no recognition or acknowledgement from the host country.
- Bulgaria: Sofia (Representative Office)
- Fiji: Suva (Representative Office headed by His Excellency Juris Gulbis)
- Germany: Berlin (Representative Office)
- Greece: Athens (Representative Office) and Thessaloniki (Representative Office)
- Italy: Rome (Representative Office)
- San Marino (Representative Office)
- Syria: Damascus (Representative Office)
- Turkey (Representative Office)
- Transnistria: Tiraspol (Representative Office)
- Послы иностранных государств, вручившие верительные грамоты Президенту России (in Russian). Presidential Press and Information Office. 16 January 2009. Retrieved 2009-03-07.
- "EDUARD KOKOITY ACCEPTED ABKHAZ AMBASSADOR TO S. OSSETIA NODAR PLIEV’S CREDENTIALS". Administration of the President of Abkhazia. 10 December 2010. Retrieved 19 April 2012.