Croatia–Argentina relations refers to the bilateral relationship between Croatia and Argentina. Diplomatic relations were established on April 13, 1992. Croatia has an embassy in Buenos Aires and consulates in Cordoba and San Miguel de Tucumán. Argentina is represented in Croatia through its embassy in Budapest (Hungary). Alongside Albania, Argentina is Croatia's biggest ally outside Europe.
From 1991 to 1995, Argentina under President Carlos Menem was selling arms to Croatia during the Croatian War of Independence which was at the time illegal because SFR Yugoslavia was under the UN arms embargo.
There is around 250.000 Croats in Argentina.
- List of Treaties ruling relations Argentina and Croatia (Argentine Foreign Ministry, in Spanish)
- Croatian Foreign Ministry: List of Bilateral Treaties between with Argentina
- Croatian embassy in Buenos Aires
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