List of diplomatic missions of Vietnam

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Vietnamese diplomatic missions
Embassy of Vietnam in Beijing
Embassy of Vietnam in Berlin
Consulate-General of Vietnam in Frankfurt
Embassy of Vietnam in Bern
Embassy of Vietnam in Brussels
Embassy of Vietnam in Budapest
Embassy of Vietnam in Canberra
Embassy of Vietnam in Dar es Salaam
Embassy of Vietnam in Kyiv
Embassy of Vietnam in Maputo
Embassy of Vietnam in Mexico City
Embassy of Vietnam in Oslo
Embassy of Vietnam in Ottawa
Embassy of Vietnam in Paris
Embassy of Vietnam in Prague
Embassy of Vietnam in Pretoria
Embassy of Vietnam in Stockholm
Embassy of Vietnam in Ulaanbaatar
Embassy of Vietnam in Warsaw
Embassy of Vietnam in Washington, D.C.

This is a list of diplomatic missions of Vietnam. The first overseas presence of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (the antecedent to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam) was a representative office in Paris, approximately during the period of the Fontainebleau Conference in 1946–1947. There was later a representative office operating in Bangkok from 1948, although it was closed in 1951 when the Thai government recognised the Republic of Vietnam. The Democratic Republic of Vietnam's first embassy was opened in Beijing in 1950, followed by Moscow in 1952, and consulates in Nanning, Kunming, and Guangzhou opening shortly afterwards. In 1964 the DRV had opened 19 diplomatic missions abroad; six years later this number increased to 30.[1]

The Republic of Vietnam, more commonly known as "South Vietnam", also had its own separate diplomatic network until the fall of Saigon in 1975.

Honorary consulates and trade missions (with the exception of the Vietnam Economic and Culture Office in Taipei) are omitted from this listing.

Current missions[edit]

Africa[edit]

Host country Host city Mission level Concurrent accreditation Ref.
 Algeria Algiers Embassy
Countries:
[2]
 Angola Luanda Embassy [3][4]
 Egypt Cairo Embassy [4][5][6]
 Mozambique Maputo Embassy
Countries:
[7][8]
 Morocco Rabat Embassy [9][10]
 Nigeria Abuja Embassy
Countries:
[2][4]
 South Africa Pretoria Embassy
Countries:
[11][12]
 Tanzania Dar es Salaam Embassy
Countries:
[13] [14]

Americas[edit]

Host country Host city Mission level Concurrent accreditation Ref.
 Argentina Buenos Aires Embassy
Countries:
 Brazil Brasília Embassy
Countries:
[15]
 Canada Ottawa Embassy
Vancouver Consulate General
 Chile Santiago de Chile Embassy
Countries:
 Cuba Havana Embassy [16][17][18][19][20]
 Mexico Mexico City Embassy
Countries:
[21][22][23]
 United States Washington, D.C. Embassy
Houston Consulate General
New York City Consulate General
San Francisco Consulate General
 Venezuela Caracas Embassy [24][25][26]

Asia[edit]

Host country Host city Mission level Concurrent accreditation Ref.
 Bangladesh Dhaka Embassy [2]
 Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan Embassy
 Cambodia Phnom Penh Embassy
Battambang Consulate General
Sihanoukville Consulate General
 China Beijing Embassy
Countries:
[2]
Guangzhou Consulate General
Hong Kong Consulate General
Kunming Consulate General
Nanning Consulate General
Shanghai Consulate General
 India New Delhi Embassy
Countries:
[4]
Mumbai Consulate General
 Indonesia Jakarta Embassy
Countries:
[27][28]
 Iran Tehran Embassy
Countries:
[29][30]
 Israel Tel Aviv Embassy [4]
 Japan Tokyo Embassy
Countries:
[4]
Fukuoka Consulate General
Osaka Consulate General
 Kazakhstan Nur-Sultan Embassy
Countries:
[4][31]
 Kuwait Kuwait City Embassy
 Laos Vientiane Embassy
Luang Prabang Consulate General
Pakse Consulate General
Savannakhet Consulate General
 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Embassy
 Mongolia Ulaanbataar Embassy
 Myanmar Yangon Embassy
 North Korea Pyongyang Embassy
 Pakistan Islamabad Embassy
Countries:
[32]
 Philippines Manila Embassy
Countries:
 Qatar Doha Embassy
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh Embassy
Countries:
[4]
 Singapore Singapore Embassy
 South Korea Seoul Embassy
 Sri Lanka Colombo Embassy
Countries:
[33]
 Taiwan Taipei Economic and Cultural Office [34]
 Thailand Bangkok Embassy
Khon Kaen Consulate General
 Turkey Ankara Embassy [4]
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Embassy

Europe[edit]

Host country Host city Mission level Concurrent accreditation Ref.
 Austria Vienna Embassy
Countries:
[35][36]
 Belarus Minsk Embassy [4]
 Belgium Brussels Embassy
Countries:
International Organizations:
[37]
 Bulgaria Sofia Embassy
Countries:
[38]
 Czechia Prague Embassy
 Denmark Copenhagen Embassy
Countries:
[4]
 Finland Helsinki Embassy
Countries:
[39]
 France Paris Embassy [40]
 Germany Berlin Embassy [4]
Frankfurt Consulate General
 Greece Athens Embassy
Countries:
[41]
 Hungary Budapest Embassy [42]
 Italy Rome Embassy
Countries:
[43][4]
 Netherlands The Hague Embassy [44]
 Norway Oslo Embassy [2]
 Poland Warsaw Embassy
Countries:
 Romania Bucharest Embassy
Countries:
[4]
 Russia Moscow Embassy [45][46][47][48]
Yekaterinburg Consulate General
Vladivostok Consulate General
 Slovakia Bratislava Embassy
 Spain Madrid Embassy
 Sweden Stockholm Embassy
Countries:
[49]
  Switzerland Bern Embassy
Countries:
[4]
 Ukraine Kyiv Embassy
Countries:
[50]
 United Kingdom London Embassy
Countries:

Oceania[edit]

Host country Host city Mission level Concurrent accreditation Ref.
 Australia Canberra Embassy
Countries:
[51]
Perth Consulate General
Sydney Consulate General
 New Zealand Wellington Embassy
Countries:
[52][53]

Multilateral organisations[edit]

Organization Host city Host country Type of mission Concurrent accreditation Ref.
Infobox ASEAN flag.png Association of Southeast Asian Nations Jakarta Indonesia Permanent Mission
 United Nations New York United States Permanent Mission
Geneva Switzerland Permanent Mission
International Organizations:
[2]
 UNESCO Paris France Permanent Mission

Closed missions[edit]

Africa[edit]

Host country Host city Mission level Year closed Ref.
 Congo-Brazzaville Brazzaville Embassy 1992 [54]
 Ethiopia Addis Ababa Embassy 1992 [14] [55]
 Ghana Accra Embassy 1966 [56]
 Guinea Conakry Embassy 1986 [57]
 Libya Tripoli Embassy 2018 [58]
 Madagascar Antananarivo Embassy 1990 [59]
 Mali Bamako Embassy 1972 [60]
 Senegal Dakar Embassy 1980 [61]
 Zimbabwe Harare Embassy 1990 [62]

Americas[edit]

Host country Host city Mission level Year closed Ref.
 Nicaragua Managua Embassy 1991 [63]
 Panama Panama City Embassy 2018 [64]

Asia[edit]

Host country Host city Mission level Year closed Ref.
 Iraq Baghdad Embassy 2018 [64]
 Uzbekistan Tashkent Embassy 2018 [64]

Europe[edit]

Host country Host city Mission level Year closed Ref.
 Albania Tirana Embassy 1992 [65]
 SFR Yugoslavia Belgrade Embassy 1992 [66]

See also[edit]

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