Mission to the European Union, members not hosting an embassy
This is a list of diplomatic missions of Niue, a small Pacific island country in a state of free association with New Zealand.
While Niue has self-rule, New Zealand manages its defence and foreign affairs at its request. Niue is classified as "Non-member State" by the UN and since 1994, after receiving declaration by New Zealand and the gradual evolution of Niue responsibility for its own foreign affairs, the UN Secretariat recognized the full treaty-making capacity of Niue and it signs treaties in its own name. It has two overseas diplomatic missions. A permanent mission to the European Communities in Brussels was established after Niue, in 2000, signed the Cotonou Convention between the member states of the European Union and the Africa-Caribbean-Pacific (ACP) Group of States. Niue also has a few honorary consulates and non-diplomatic representatives.
Due to the nature of the relationship with Niue, in 2001 in New Zealand a special law was passed to codify the diplomatic immunities enjoyed by the Niuean High Commission and its staff.