List of diplomatic missions of Estonia

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Countries with Estonian diplomatic missions

This is a list of diplomatic missions of Estonia. Estonia (re-)established a foreign ministry on 12 April 1990 while the country was slowly becoming independent from the Soviet Union, with the symbols and instruments of sovereignty were progressively being reintroduced. The events in August later that year when a failed coup in Moscow accelerated the process for independence. The staff of the ministry worked a seven-day work week with threadbare facilities and supplies until January 1992, after they had secured Estonia's international recognition, and opened missions in New York, Helsinki, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Bonn, Paris and Moscow.[1]

As the current Estonian government considers Estonia's incorporation into the Soviet Union as being illegal, it states that the foreign ministry has been in continual operation since 1918.

Europe[edit]

Estonian Embassy in Budapest, Hungary
Estonian Embassy in Helsinki, Finland
Estonian Embassy in Moscow, Russia
Estonian Embassy in Oslo, Norway
Estonian Embassy in Prague, Czech Republic
Estonian Consulate-General in Saint Petersburg, Russia
Estonian Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden

Americas[edit]

Estonian Embassy in Washington, DC

Asia[edit]

Estonian Embassy in New Delhi
Estonian Embassy in Tokyo

Africa[edit]

Oceania[edit]

Multilateral organisations[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]