List of diplomatic missions in North Korea

Wikipedia list article Map of diplomatic missions in North Korea

This is a list of diplomatic missions in North Korea.

Contents

  • 1 Embassies
    • 1.1 Note
  • 2 Consulates General
  • 3 Former offices
  • 4 Non-resident embassies
    • 4.1 Resident in Beijing
    • 4.2 Resident in Seoul
    • 4.3 Resident in Tokyo
    • 4.4 Resident in Hanoi
  • 5 Former Embassy
  • 6 See also
  • 7 Notes
  • 8 External links

Embassies

The Russian Embassy is the largest embassy in Pyongyang. It is located outside of the Munsu-dong Diplomatic Compound.

The following countries have embassies in Pyongyang:

  • :Cambodia
  • :China
  • :Cuba
  • :India
  • :Indonesia
  • :Iran
  • :Laos
  • :Palestine
  • :Russia
  • :Syria
  • :Vietnam

Most embassies are located in a special area of the city, known as the Munsu-dong Diplomatic Compound. The Russian, Pakistani and Chinese embassies are located outside the diplomatic compound, as they are much larger than the other embassies.

The former East German embassy is the center of activity in the diplomatic quarter, as it houses the British, German, and Swedish embassies. Sweden acts as the protecting power for Australia, Canada, and the United States, provides consular services for the Nordic countries, and handles visa applications for Italy and Spain. EU countries Romania and Sweden provide consular assistance for all EU countries The British embassy provides consular assistance to any Commonwealth citizen whose country is not represented in North Korea, except for those whose governments have opted out of this arrangement.


Note

  1. ^ Currently expelled due to Kim Jong-nam murder cases.

Consulates General

The following countries have consulates-general in Chongjin:

  • :China
  • :Russia

Former offices

Kaesong

  • :South Korea (Inter-Korean Liaison Office) The Inter-Korean Liaison Office was destroyed by North Korea on June 16, 2020.

Pyongyang

  • :France (French Cooperation Office)
  • ::Switzerland (Swiss Cooperation Office)

Non-resident embassies

The following countries have non-resident embassies:

Resident in Beijing

  • :Albania
  • :Azerbaijan
  • :Bangladesh
  • :Brunei
  • :Burma
  • :Cameroon
  • :Chile
  • :Colombia
  • :Croatia
  • :Cyprus
  • :Ethiopia
  • :Hungary
  • :Iceland
  • :Jordan
  • :Jamaica
  • :Kazakhstan
  • :Lebanon
  • :Mali
  • :Maldives
  • :North Macedonia
  • :Malta
  • :Malawi
  • :Oman
  • :Peru
  • :Philippines
  • :Qatar
  • :Rwanda
  • :Saudi Arabia
  • :Singapore
  • :Sierra Leone
  • :Seychelles
  • :Slovenia
  • :Serbia
  • :South Africa
  • :Sudan
  • :Sri Lanka
  • :South Sudan
  • ::Switzerland
  • :Thailand
  • :Turkmenistan
  • :Tanzania
  • :Togo
  • :Tajikistan
  • :Tunisia
  • :Zambia
  • :Zimbabwe

Resident in Seoul

  • :Australia
  • :Austria
  • :Belgium
  • :Canada
  • :Denmark
  • :Spain
  • :Finland
  • :Greece
  • :Guatemala
  • :Ireland
  • :Italy
  • :Mexico
  • :Netherlands
  • :New Zealand
  • :Norway
  • :Portugal
  • :Turkey
  • :United Arab Emirates

Resident in Tokyo

  • :Benin
  • :Nicaragua
  • :Senegal

Resident in Hanoi

  • :Iraq

Former Embassy

  • :Albania
  • :Australia
  • :Brazil
  • :Bulgaria
  • :Czech Republic
  • :Egypt
  • :Hungary
  • :Iraq
  • :Libya
  • :Malaysia
  • :Mongolia...read more
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