List of diplomatic missions in Vietnam

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Diplomatic missions in Vietnam

This is a list of diplomatic missions in Vietnam (not including honorary consulates).

Diplomatic missions to Vietnam[edit]

Missions in Hanoi[edit]

DELEGATION MISSION TYPE HEAD OF MISSION Photo
 Algeria Embassy Naceur Boucherit[1]
 Angola Embassy
 Argentina Embassy Tomás Ferrari[2]
 Armenia Embassy Raisa Vardanyan[3]
 Australia Embassy Allaster Cox[4]
 Austria Embassy Johannes Peterlik[5]
 Azerbaijan Embassy Anar Imanov[6]
 Bangladesh Embassy Enamul Kabir[7]
 Belarus Embassy Valery Sadokho[8]
 Belgium Embassy Hubert Cooreman[9]
 Brazil Embassy Lima Neto[10]
 Brunei Darussalam Embassy Dato Paduka Haji Mahadi bin Wasli[11]
 Bulgaria Embassy Georgi Vassilev[12]
 Cambodia Embassy Vann Phal[13]
 Canada Embassy Deborah Chatsis[14]
 Chile Embassy Jorge Canelas Ugalde[15]
 People's Republic of China Embassy Hu Qianwen[16]
 Colombia Embassy Carlos Alfonso Albán Franco[17]
 Cuba Embassy Jesus de los Angeles Aise Sotolongo[18]
 Czech Republic Embassy Michal Král[19]
 Denmark Embassy Peter Lysholt Hansen[20] Danish Embassy, Hanoi (1).JPG
East Timor East Timor Embassy
 Egypt Embassy Muhammad Alaa El-Dein Saad El-Leisi[21]
 Finland Embassy Pekka Hyvönen[22]
 France Embassy Jean-Noel Poirier[23]
 Germany Embassy Rolf Peter Gottfried Schulze[24] Deutsche Botschaft Hanoi.jpg
 Greece Embassy Platon Alexis Hatzimixalis[25]
 Haiti Embassy
 Hungary Embassy László Vizi[15]
 India Embassy Ranjit Rae[26]
 Indonesia Embassy Pitono Purnomo[27]
 Iran Embassy
 Iraq Embassy Salah Sabry Fathel[28]
 Ireland Embassy Maeve Collins[29]
 Israel Embassy Ephraim Ben-Matityau[30]
 Italy Embassy Andrea Perugini[31]
 Japan Embassy Hiroshi Fukada[32]
 Kazakhstan Embassy
 Kuwait Embassy
 Laos Embassy Soonthorn Xayachack[33]
 Libya Embassy
 Malaysia Embassy Lim Kim Eng[34]
 Mexico Embassy Gilberto Limon Enriquez[35]
 Mongolia Embassy Dorj Enkhbat[36]
 Morocco Embassy
 Mozambique Embassy
 Myanmar Embassy U Aung Them[36]
 Netherlands Embassy André Haspels[37]
 New Zealand Embassy James Kember[38]
 Nigeria Embassy
 North Korea Embassy DPRK embassy Hanoi1.JPG
 Norway Embassy
Oman Oman Embassy
 Pakistan Embassy Ghulam Rasul Baloch[39]
 Palestine Embassy Abed Alazez Alaaraj[40]
 Panama Embassy Lizia Lu
 Peru Embassy Luis Tsuboyama
 Philippines Embassy Jerril Santos[36]
 Poland Embassy Roman Iwaszkiewicz[41]
 Qatar Embassy Muhammad Jaber Abdullah Al-Sulaiti[42]
 Romania Embassy Dumitru Olaru[43]
 Russia Embassy Andrey Kovtun[44]
 Saudi Arabia Embassy Salah Ahmed Sarhan[45]
 Singapore Embassy Lim Thuan Kuan[46]
Slovakia Slovakia Embassy
 South Africa Embassy Atubatsi Super Moloi[47]
 South Korea Embassy Jun Dae Joo[48]
 Spain Embassy María Soledad Fuentes Gómez[49]
 Sri Lanka Embassy Aparekka Ratnapala[50]
Sudan Sudan Embassy
 Sweden Embassy Marie Ottosson[51]
  Switzerland Embassy Jean-Hubert Lebet[52]
 Republic of China (Taiwan) Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Hanoi, Vietnam Huang Chih-peng[53]
 Thailand Embassy Kittiphong Na Ranong[54]
 Turkey Embassy Ahmet Akif Oktay[55]
 Ukraine Embassy Ivan Dovganych[56]
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
 United Kingdom Embassy Mark Andrew Geoffrey Kent[57]
 United States of America Embassy Ted Osius[58] American Embassy in Hanoi.JPG
 Uruguay Embassy
 Venezuela Embassy

Missions in Ho Chi Minh City[edit]

DELEGATION MISSION TYPE HEAD OF MISSION PHOTO
 Australia Consulate-General[59] Graeme Swift
 Cambodia Consulate-General[13]
 Canada Consulate-General[60] Richard Bale
 People's Republic of China Consulate-General[61]
 Cuba Consulate-General
 France Consulate-General[62] Fabrice Mauries
 Germany Consulate-General
 Hungary Consulate-General Hungarian Consulate in Ho Chi Minh City.jpg
 India Consulate-General[63]
 Indonesia Consulate-General
 Italy Consulate-General
 Japan Consulate-General[64]
 Kuwait Consulate-General
 Laos Consulate-General[65]
 Malaysia Consulate-General[66]
 Netherlands Consulate-General[67]
 New Zealand Consulate-General[68] Graham Sims
 Poland Consulate-General[41]
 Russia Consulate-General[69] Russian Consulate in Ho Chi Minh City.jpg
 Singapore Consulate-General[70]
 South Korea Consulate-General[71]
 Republic of China (Taiwan) Taipei Economic and Cultural Office[53]
 Thailand Consulate-General[72]
 United Kingdom Consulate-General[73] British Consulate in Ho Chi Minh City.jpg
 United States of America Consulate-General[74]

Missions in Da Nang[edit]

DELEGATION TYPE HEAD OF MISSION PHOTO
 People's Republic of China Consulate-General
 Laos Consulate-General[65] Laotian Consulate in Danang.jpg
Template:RUSSIA Consulate-General[75] Russian Consulate in Danang.jpg

Non-resident embassies[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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