French-Romanian relations are bilateral foreign relations between France and Romania. Diplomatic relations between the two countries date back to 1880, when mutual legations were opened, although contacts between France and Romania's precursor states stretch into the Middle Ages.
Currently France has an embassy in Bucharest and three honorary consulates (in Craiova, Constanța and Brașov). Romania has an embassy in Paris, three consulates-general (in Lyon, Marseille and Strasbourg) and four honorary consulates (in Nantes, Bordeaux, Nice and Brest).
- "History of Franco-Romanian relations-Romanian Embassy in France". Paris.mae.ro. Retrieved 2011-06-10.
- "French embassy in Bucharest (in French)". Ambafrance-ro.org. Retrieved 2011-06-10.
- "Romanian embassy in Paris". Paris.mae.ro. Retrieved 2011-06-10.
- French Foreign Ministry about relations with Romania
- Romanian Foreign Ministry about relations with France
- French embassy in Bucharest (in French)
- Romanian embassy in Paris
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