Dates of establishment of diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union

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The USSR was established on December 30, 1922 and existed until December 26, 1991.

Europe[edit]

Country Established/
Re-established
Severed
Albania April 7–9, 1924
November 10, 1945

April 7, 1939
November 25, 1961
Austria February 25–29, 1924
October 20–24, 1945
March 13, 1938
Belgium July 12, 1935
August 7, 1941
July 15, 1940
Bulgaria July 11–23, 1934
August 14–16, 1945
September 5, 1944
Czechoslovakia June 9, 1934
July 18, 1941
March 16, 1939
Denmark June 18, 1924
May 10–16, 1945
June 22, 1941
Estonia February 20, 1920
October 9, 1991
August 6, 1940
Finland July 23, 1923
March 12, 1940
August 6, 1945
November 29, 1939
June 22, 1941
France October 28, 1924
October 23, 1944
June 30, 1941
GDR October 16, 1949
Germany July 23, 1923 June 22, 1941
Greece March 8, 1924
July 30, 1941
June 3, 1941
Hungary February 4, 1934
September 25, 1945
June 23, 1941
Iceland June 22–24, 1926
Ireland September 29, 1973
Italy February 7–11, 1924
October 25, 1944
June 22, 1941
Latvia August 11, 1920
Lithuania July 12, 1920
Luxembourg August 26, 1935
October 13, 1942
July 15, 1940
Malta September 20–October 31, 1964
Netherlands July 10, 1942
Norway February 15–March 10, 1924
August 5, 1941
July 15, 1940
Poland July 23, 1923
July 30, 1941
January 2–5, 1945
September 17, 1939
April 25, 1943
Portugal June 9, 1974
Romania June 9, 1934
August 6, 1945
June 22, 1941
Spain July 28, 1933
February 9, 1977
March, 1939
Sweden March 15–18, 1924
Switzerland March 18, 1946
United Kingdom February 2–8, 1924
October 3, 1929
May 26, 1927
Vatican 1990
West Germany September 13–24, 1955 -
Yugoslavia June 24, 1940
July 20, 1941
May 8, 1941

Asia[edit]

Country Established/
Re-established
Severed
Afghanistan July 23, 1923
Bangladesh January 25, 1972
Burma February 18, 1948
Cambodia April 23–May 13, 1956
1979
November, 1973
China May 31, 1924
December 12, 1932
October 1–2, 1949 (with PRC)
July 17, 1929
October 2, 1949 (with ROC)
Cyprus August 16–18, 1960
India April 2–7, 1947
Indonesia January 26–February 3, 1950
Iran July 23, 1923
Iraq May 16, 1941
July 18–19, 1958
January 3–8, 1955
Israel May 15–18, 1948
July 6–15, 1953
1991
February 11, 1953
June 9, 1967
Japan February 25, 1925
October 19, 1956
August 9, 1945
Jordan August 20, 1963
North Korea October 8–12, 1948
South Korea September 1990[1]
Kuwait March 11, 1963
Laos October 7, 1960
Lebanon July 31–August 3, 1944
Malaysia April 3, 1967
Maldives September 21, 1966
Mongolia July 23, 1923
Nepal June 5–July 9, 1956
Oman February 5, 1986
Pakistan April 24–May 1, 1948
Philippines June 2, 1976
Qatar 1988
Saudi Arabia February 16–19, 1926 1938[2]
Singapore June 1, 1968
Sri Lanka December 3–6, 1956
Syria July 21–29, 1944
Thailand March 12, 1941
Turkey July 23, 1923
United Arab Emirates December 8–23, 1971
Vietnam January 30, 1950
Yemen AR October 31, 1955 1990s
PDR Yemen December 1–3, 1967 Early 1990s

Americas[edit]

Country Established/
Re-established
Severed
Antigua and Barbuda January 5, 1990
Argentina June 5, 1946
Belize June 25, 1991
Bolivia April 18, 1945
Brazil April 2, 1945
November 23, 1961
October 20, 1947
Canada June 12, 1942
Chile December 11, 1944
November 24, 1964
1990
October 27, 1947
September 22, 1973
Colombia June 25, 1935
January 19, 1968
May 3, 1948
Costa Rica 1971[3] -
Cuba October 5–14, 1942
May 8, 1960
April 3, 1952
Dominican Republic March 8, 1945
Ecuador 1969[4]
Grenada September 7, 1979 November 4, 1983
Guyana December 17, 1970
Honduras September 30, 1990
Jamaica March 12, 1975
Mexico August 4, 1924
November 10–12, 1942
January 26, 1930
Nicaragua October 18, 1979
(treaty:December 10–12, 1944)
Panama March 29, 1991
Peru February 1, 1969
Suriname November 25, 1975
Trinidad and Tobago June 6, 1974
United States November 16, 1933
Uruguay August 21–22, 1926
January 27, 1943
December 27, 1935
Venezuela March 14, 1945
April 16, 1970
June 13, 1952

Africa[edit]

Country Established/
Re-established
Severed
Algeria March 19–23, 1962
Angola November 12, 1975
Benin June 4, 1962
Botswana 6 March 1970[5] -
Burkina Faso February 18, 1967
Burundi October 1, 1962
Cape Verde September 25, 1975
Cameroon February 18–22, 1964
Central African Republic February 17, 1972
1988
January 22–23, 1980
Chad November 24, 1964
Comoros January 6, 1976
Congo March 16, 1964
Côte d'Ivoire January 23, 1967
August 21, 1986
May 30, 1969
Djibouti April 3, 1978
Egypt August 26, 1943 1980 (note: Relations were restored at an unknown date under Hosni Mubarak)[6]
Equatorial Guinea December 12, 1968 1980
Ethiopia April 21, 1943
Gabon October 15, 1973
Gambia July 17, 1965
Ghana September 3–October 2, 1957
Guinea October 3–4, 1958
Guinea-Bissau September 30–October 6, 1973
Kenya December 14, 1963
Lesotho February 1, 1980
Liberia January 11, 1956
Libya August 31-September 4, 1955
Madagascar September 29, 1972
Mali October 8–14, 1960
Mauritania July 12, 1964
Mauritius March 17, 1968
Morocco August 29–September 4, 1958
Mozambique June 25, 1975
Namibia 1990
Niger February 17, 1972
Nigeria October 1, 1960 – January 12, 1961
Rwanda October 17, 1963
São Tomé and Príncipe August 9, 1975
Senegal June 14, 1962
Seychelles June 30, 1976
Sierra Leone April 26, 1961 – January 18, 1962
Somalia July 1–September 11, 1960
1986 [2]
1976
South Africa 1942 1956
Sudan January 3–7, 1956
Tanzania December 10–11, 1961
Togo May 1, 1960
Tunisia June 11–July 11, 1956
Uganda October 11–12, 1962
November 17, 1975
November 11, 1975
Zaire June 29–July 7, 1960
July 6, 1961
November 30, 1967
September 14–18, 1960
November 21–23, 1963
Zambia October 29–30, 1964
Zimbabwe February 18, 1981

Oceania[edit]

Country Established/
Re-established
Severed
Australia October 10, 1942
March 16, 1959
April 23, 1954
Fiji January 30, 1974
Nauru December 30, 1987
New Zealand April 13, 1944
Papua New Guinea May 19, 1976
Tonga October 14, 1970
Vanuatu September 3, 1986
Western Samoa July 2, 1976

References[edit]

  1. ^ Andrea Matles Savada (editor) North Korea: A Country Study, "China and the Soviet Union Library of Congress Country Studies, 1993
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ Somoza, Anastasio and Jack Cox. Nicaragua Betrayed. Page 301.
  4. ^ Ecuador: A Country Study, "Other Nations and International Organizations", United States Library of Congress. Accessed on October 31, 2009.
  5. ^ Характеристика политической ситуации в Ботсване (in Russian). School of International Business, Omsk State University. Retrieved 2009-05-19.
  6. ^ Chapin Met, Helen (ed) Egypt: The Development of Foreign Policy, Library of Congress Country Studies, 1990