List of diplomatic missions of the Philippines

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Countries with a diplomatic mission of the Philippines

This is a list of diplomatic missions of the Philippines. The Philippines has a network of diplomatic missions in major cities around the world to forward Philippine interests in the areas that they serve, as well as to serve the ever-growing numbers of Overseas Filipinos. Although attempts at initial diplomatic relations were made during the Philippine Revolution and the time of the First Philippine Republic, most nations have established diplomatic relations with the Philippines only recently.

Although the Philippine diplomatic mission network is wide, there are embassies that are accredited to other nations without Philippine diplomatic posts. There are also several honorary consulates (not listed here) maintained in other major cities. The network as of 2013 consists of 92 posts: 60 embassies, 20 consulates general, 7 permanent missions and 1 mission. Within the 92 posts is the Manila Economic and Cultural Office and its two additional Cultural Offices in Taiwan.

In 2012, the Philippines shut down ten posts (seven embassies and three consulates general): Caracas, Venezuela; Koror, Palau; Dublin, Ireland; Stockholm, Sweden; Bucharest, Romania; Havana, Cuba; Helsinki, Finland; Barcelona, Spain; Frankfurt, Germany and Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands.[1]

Asia[edit]

Philippine Embassy in Bangkok
Philippine Embassy in Tokyo

Africa[edit]

Europe[edit]

Philippine Embassy in the Hague
Philippine Embassy in London
Philippine Embassy in Moscow
Philippine Embassy in Paris
Philippine Embassy in Prague
Philippine Embassy in Vienna
Philippine Embassy in Warsaw

North America[edit]

Philippine Embassy in Washington DC

South America[edit]

Oceania[edit]

Multilateral organisations[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "DFA shuts down five overseas posts, with five more to close this year". GMA News Online. September 4, 2012. Retrieved January 28, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Embassies and Consulates". Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia. Retrieved 17 February 2013.