List of diplomatic missions in Afghanistan

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Diplomatic missions in Kabul

This is a list of diplomatic missions in Afghanistan. There are currently 14 embassies in Kabul (June 2022).

Embassies in Kabul[edit]

Other posts in Kabul[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Consulate[edit]

Herat

Mazer-e-Sharif

Accredited embassies[edit]

Resident in Islamabad, Pakistan unless otherwise noted

Former embassies[edit]

Embassy closed in 2021 unless otherwise noted.

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