List of diplomatic missions of Abkhazia
This page lists the diplomatic missions of Abkhazia. The Republic of Abkhazia is a state with limited recognition, which declared independence from Georgia in 1999, but did not receive recognition from any UN member states until after the 2008 South Ossetia war. Abkhazia is recognized by Russia, Nicaragua, Venezuela and Nauru. In addition, it is recognized also by Nagorno-Karabakh, South Ossetia, and Transnistria, which are not members of the United Nations. Abkhazia has three embassies abroad and small network of representative offices in near countries. Abkhazia also has four honorary consulates.[note 1]
- Jerusalem (Representative office)
- Amman (Representative office)
- Damascus (Representative office)
- Ankara (Representative office)
- Wien (Representative office)
- Sofia (Representative office)
- Berlin (Representative office)
- Rome (Representative office)
- South Ossetia
- Tiraspol (Representative office)
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