List of diplomatic missions of Estonia
This is a list of diplomatic missions of Estonia. Estonia reestablished a foreign ministry on 12 April 1990, while the country was slowly restoring independence from the Soviet Union, with the symbols and instruments of sovereignty progressively being reintroduced. The events in August the following year when a coup attempt failed in Moscow accelerated the progress towards independence. The staff of the ministry worked a seven-day work week with threadbare facilities and supplies until January 1992, after they had secured Estonia's international recognition, and opened missions in New York City, Helsinki, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Bonn, Paris, and Moscow.
Estonia and the other Baltic states, together with the Nordic countries have signed a memorandum of understanding on the posting of diplomats at each other's missions abroad, under the auspices of Nordic-Baltic Eight.
- Ottawa (Embassy)
- United States
- Beijing (Embassy)
- Tbilisi (Embassy)
- New Delhi (Embassy)
- Tel Aviv (Embassy)
- Tokyo (Embassy)
- Nur-Sultan (Embassy)
- Ankara (Embassy)
- United Arab Emirates
- Abu Dhabi (Embassy)
- Vienna (Embassy)
- Minsk (Embassy)
- Brussels (Embassy)
- Czech Republic
- Prague (Embassy)
- Copenhagen (Embassy)
- Helsinki (Embassy)
- Paris (Embassy)
- Berlin (Embassy)
- Athens (Embassy)
- Dublin (Embassy)
- Rome (Embassy)
- Riga (Embassy)
- Vilnius (Embassy)
- The Hague (Embassy)
- Oslo (Embassy)
- Warsaw (Embassy)
- Lisbon (Embassy)
- Bucharest (Embassy)
- Madrid (Embassy)
- Stockholm (Embassy)
- Kyiv (Embassy)
- United Kingdom
- permanent representation to the United Nations Headquarters and Other International Organisations
- New York City
- permanent representation to the United Nations
- permanent representation to UNESCO
- permanent representation to Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
- permanent representation to the Food and Agriculture Organization
- permanent representation to the Council of Europe
- The Hague
- permanent representation to the OPCW
- permanent representation to the IAEA
- permanent representation to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs 1991-2006
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