List of diplomatic missions of Poland

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Countries with Polish diplomatic missions

This is a list of diplomatic missions of Poland, excluding honorary consulates. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has reduced the number of Polish diplomatic missions in September 2008. Missions (embassies and consulates general) have been closed in San José, Panama City, Rio de Janeiro, Sana'a, Benghazi, Casablanca, Lagos, Dar es Salaam, Dhaka, Manila, Phnom Penh, Vientiane, Dakar, Harare, Montevideo, Leipzig, Kinshasa, Ulaanbaatar. In 2008 Polish missions were opened in Kabul, Podgorica, Manchester, Ashgabat and Ramallah.

Africa[edit]

America[edit]

Embassy of Poland in Buenos Aires
Embassy of Poland in Buenos Aires
Embassy of Poland in Washington D.C.
Embassy of Poland in Washington D.C.
Embassy of Poland in Ottawa
Embassy of Poland in Ottawa
Ambassadorial Residence of Poland in Mexico City
Ambassadorial Residence of Poland in Mexico City
Consulate-General of Poland in Chicago
Consulate-General of Poland in Chicago
Consulate-General of Poland in Montreal
Consulate-General of Poland in Montreal
Consulate-General of Poland in New York
Consulate-General of Poland in New York
Consulate-General of Poland in Toronto
Consulate-General of Poland in Toronto
Trade Representation of Poland in Ottawa
Trade Representation of Poland in Ottawa
Permanent Mission of Poland to the United Nations in New York
Permanent Mission of Poland to the United Nations in New York

Asia[edit]

Embassy of Poland in Beijing
Embassy of Poland in Beijing
Embassy of Poland in Doha
Embassy of Poland in Doha
Embassy of Poland in Delhi
Embassy of Poland in Delhi
Embassy of Poland in Seoul
Embassy of Poland in Seoul
Consulate-General of Poland in Irkutsk
Consulate-General of Poland in Irkutsk
Consulate-General of Poland in Guangzhou
Consulate-General of Poland in Guangzhou
Embassy of Poland in Tel-Aviv
Embassy of Poland in Tel-Aviv

Europe[edit]

Embassy of Poland in Athens
Embassy of Poland in Athens
Embassy of Poland in Berlin
Embassy of Poland in Berlin
Embassy of Poland in Brussels
Embassy of Poland in Brussels
Embassy of Poland in Paris
Embassy of Poland in Paris
Embassy of Poland in Kyiv
Embassy of Poland in Kyiv
Embassy of Poland in London
Embassy of Poland in London
Embassy of Poland in Moscow
Embassy of Poland in Moscow
Consulate-General of Poland in Munich
Consulate-General of Poland in Munich
Embassy of Poland in Oslo
Embassy of Poland in Oslo
Embassy of Poland in Prague
Embassy of Poland in Prague
Embassy of Poland in Rome
Embassy of Poland in Rome
Consulate-General of Poland in Saint Petersburg
Consulate-General of Poland in Saint Petersburg
Consulate-General of Poland in Oslo
Consulate-General of Poland in Oslo
Honorary Consulate of Poland in Gibraltar
Honorary Consulate of Poland in Gibraltar
Embassy of Poland in Stockholm
Embassy of Poland in Stockholm
Embassy of Poland in Vilnius
Embassy of Poland in Vilnius
Embassy of Poland in Tallinn
Embassy of Poland in Tallinn
Permanent Mission of Poland to the OECD in Paris
Permanent Mission of Poland to the OECD in Paris

Oceania[edit]

Embassy of Poland in Canberra
Embassy of Poland in Canberra
Consulate-General of Poland in Sydney
Consulate-General of Poland in Sydney

Multilateral Organizations[edit]

Permanent Mission of Poland to the UN in Geneva

Flags and plaques[edit]

Flag used by Polish missions abroad.

Poland makes use of its state flag with coat of arms to designate Polish missions abroad. This flag is, according to legislation, to be used only by the Polish government and its associated agencies and diplomatic service. Additionally the flag is used as an ensign by Polish-registered ships on the high seas. Finally, the traditional governmental plaque is also affixed to all Polish missions abroad.

Item Use Description
Flag of Poland (with coat of arms).svg State flag used by Polish diplomatic missions The Flag of Poland defaced with the Coat of Arms of Poland
Polish Governmental and Diplomatic Plaque.png Plaque affixed to Polish diplomatic missions A silver-grey plaque with crimson and white border, upon which the Coat of Arms of Poland

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