List of diplomatic missions of South Africa

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South African diplomatic mission

This is a list of diplomatic missions of South Africa. South Africa dramatically expanded its diplomatic presence globally, especially in Africa, in the immediate years after the end of apartheid. It was the only country to have embassies in the various bantustan states of Transkei, Venda, Bophuthatswana and Ciskei that South Africa established. It was one of the few countries to recognise Taiwan as the Republic of China, only establishing diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China in 1998.[1]

Europe[edit]

South African Embassy in Berlin
South African Embassy in Kiev
South African High Commission in London
South African Embassy in Moscow
South African Embassy in Oslo
South African Embassy in Prague
South African Embassy in Sofia

North America[edit]

South African High Commission in Ottawa
South African Embassy in Washington, D.C.

South America[edit]

Africa[edit]

South African High Commission in Gaborone
High Commission of South Africa in Mbabane

Asia[edit]

South African Embassy in Beijing
South African Embassy in Seoul
  •  People's Republic of China
    • Beijing (Embassy)
    • Hong Kong (Consulate-General)
    • Shanghai (Consulate-General)
  •  India
    • New Delhi (High Commission)
    • Mumbai (Consulate-General)
  •  Indonesia
  •  Iran
  •  Israel
  •  Japan
    • Tokyo (Embassy)
  •  Jordan
  •  Kazakhstan
  •  Republic of Korea
  •  Kuwait
  •  Malaysia
  •  Oman
  •  Pakistan
  •  Palestinian Territory
  •  Philippines
  •  Qatar
  •  Saudi Arabia
  •  Singapore
    • Singapore (High Commission)
  •  Sri Lanka
  •  Syria
  •  Republic of China (Taiwan)
    • Taipei (Taiwan Liaison Office)
  •  Thailand
  •  Turkey
  •  United Arab Emirates
  •  Viet Nam

Oceania[edit]

South African High Commission in Canberra
  •  Australia
  •  Fiji
    • Suva (High Commission)
  •  New Zealand

Multilateral organisations[edit]

  • Addis Ababa (Permanent Mission to the African Union)
  • Brussels (Mission to the European Union)
  • Geneva (Permanent Mission to the United Nations and other international organisations)
  • New York City (Permanent Mission to the United Nations)
  • Nairobi (Permanent Mission to the United Nations and other international organisations)
  • Paris (Permanent Mission to UNESCO)
  • Vienna (Permanent Mission the United Nations)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Taiwan loses a major ally". BBC News Online. 30 December 1997. Retrieved 2007-06-07. 

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