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List of Diplomatic Missions in Russia

Map of diplomatic missions in Russia

This is a list of diplomatic missions in Russia. As the world's largest country, a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, regional power in Europe and Asia and the principal successor state to the Soviet Union, the Russian Federation hosts a large diplomatic community in its capital city of Moscow. Moscow hosts 148 embassies, with numerous countries maintaining consulates general and consulates throughout the country.

Diplomatic missions in Russia

Embassies in Moscow

Delegation Mission type Year
established
District Photo Mission
website
 Abkhazia Embassy 2009[1] Tverskoy ?   ?.jpg link
 Afghanistan Embassy Presnensky Povarskaya 42 Ponizovsky Building by Lev Kekyshev.jpg -
 Albania Embassy 1991[2] Yakimanka -
 Algeria Embassy Tverskoy Moscow, Krapivensky Lane 1A, embassy of Algeria.JPG link
 Angola Embassy Ramenki Angolan Embassy Moscow.jpg link
 Argentina Embassy 1947[3] Yakimanka Moscow, Bolshaya Ordynka 72, embassy of Argentina.jpg -
 Armenia Embassy Basmanny Moscow, embassy of Armenia (1).jpg link
 Australia Embassy Tagansky Podkolokolny 10 02.jpg link
 Austria Embassy 1955[4] Khamovniki Wiki mindovsky house by lazarev.jpg link
 Azerbaijan Embassy 1992[5] Presnensky Moscow, Leontyevsky 16, Embassy of Azerbaidzhan.jpg link
 Bahrain Embassy 1991[6] Yakimanka Former Embassy of Bahrain in Moscow, building.jpg -
 Bangladesh Embassy Khamovniki Embassy of Bangladesh in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Belarus Embassy 1993[7] Basmanny Moscow, Maroseika 17.jpg link
 Belgium Embassy Arbat M Molchanovka 7,8 June 2009 02.JPG link
 Benin Embassy Tverskoy Moscow, Uspensky Lane 7.jpg -
 Bolivia Embassy Danilovsky link
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Embassy Ramenki Bosnia-and-Herzegovina Embassy Moscow.jpg -
 Brazil Embassy Presnensky Embassy of Brazil, Bolshaya Nikitskaya 54.jpg link
 Brunei Embassy 2001[8] Dorogomilovo B Yakimanka 12,10 May 2010 01.JPG -
 Bulgaria Embassy Ramenki Bulgarian Embassy Moscow.jpg link
 Burkina Faso Embassy -
 Burundi Embassy Yakimanka -
 Cambodia Embassy Khamovniki Moscow, Starokonyushenny 16, embassy of Cambodia.JPG -
 Cameroon Embassy Arbat -
 Canada Embassy 1943[9] Khamovniki Canadian Embassy Moscow.jpg link
 Central African Republic Embassy Troparyovo-Nikulino -
 Chad Embassy Cheryomushki -
 Chile Embassy Khamovniki ?  ? .jpg link
 China Embassy Ramenki Chinese Embassy Moscow.jpg link
 Colombia Embassy Khamovniki Embassy of Columbia in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Democratic Republic of the Congo Embassy Nagorny link[permanent dead link]
 Republic of the Congo Embassy Yakimanka Embassy of Congo in Moscow, entrance.jpg -
 Costa Rica Embassy 1975[10] Krylatskoye -
 Croatia Embassy 1992[11] Khamovniki Embassy of Croatia in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Cuba Embassy Yakimanka Embassy of Cuba in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Cyprus Embassy Arbat Povarskaya 9 by I.S.Kuznetsov1910.jpg link
 Czech Republic Embassy Presnensky Moscow, Julius Fu?ík street 12 14, embassy of the Czech Republic.JPG link
 Denmark Embassy Khamovniki Prechistensky 9 01.jpg link
 Djibouti Embassy -
 Dominican Republic Embassy 2007[12] Krylatskoye -
 Ecuador Embassy 1970[13] Basmanny Moscow, Gorokhovsky 12, embassy of Equador.jpg link
 Egypt Embassy Khamovniki Embassy of Egypt in Moscow, building.jpg link
 El Salvador Embassy 2012[14] -
 Equatorial Guinea Embassy 1981[15] Yakimanka Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in Moscow, building.jpg -
 Eritrea Embassy 1996[16] Yakimanka -
 Estonia Embassy Presnensky Moscow, Maly Kislovsky 5, Embassy of Estonia.jpg link
 Ethiopia Embassy Meshchansky Embassy of Ethiopia in Moscow, building.jpg -
 Finland Embassy Khamovniki Moscow, Kropotkinskii 15 17, embassy of Finland.JPG link
 France Embassy Yakimanka Embassy of France in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Gabon Embassy Arbat Moscow, Denezhny 16, embassy of Gabon.jpg -
 Gambia Embassy 2016 [1] -
 Germany Embassy Ramenki German Embassy Mosfilmovskaya Street.jpg link
 Ghana Embassy 1960[17] Presnensky Moscow, Skatertny 14, Embassy of Ghana.jpg link
 Grenada Embassy 2017[18] Presnensky Moscow Povarskaya 40 embassy of Grenada.jpg link
 Greece Embassy Presnensky Moscow, Leontyevsky 4, Embassy of Greece.jpg link
 Guatemala Embassy 1994[19] Yakimanka -
 Guinea Embassy Yakimanka -
 Guinea-Bissau Embassy Nagorny -
 Holy See Apostolic Nunciature 1990[20][21] Tverskoy Moscow, Tikhvinskaya 37-7.jpg link
 Honduras Embassy 2013 Yakimanka Moscow, 4th Dobryninsky Lane July 2010 01.JPG -
 Hungary Embassy Ramenki Hungarian Embassy Moscow.jpg link
 Iceland Embassy 1944[22] Presnensky Moscow, Khlebny Lane 28, Embassy of Iceland.jpg link
 India Embassy 1947 Tagansky Moscow, Vorontsovo Pole 6.jpg link
 Indonesia Embassy Zamoskvorechye Moscow, Novokuznetskaya14-12, Embassy of Indonesia.jpg link
 Iran Embassy Basmanny Moscow, Pokrovsky Blvd 7.jpg link
 Iraq Embassy Khamovniki Embassy of Iraq in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Ireland Embassy 1973[23] Meshchansky Embassy of Ireland in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Israel Embassy 1991[24] Yakimanka Embassy of Israel in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Italy Embassy Khamovniki Embassy of Italy in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Ivory Coast Embassy Khamovniki Embassy of Côte d'Ivoire in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Japan Embassy 1956[25] Krasnoselsky Grokholsky 27 Embassy of Japan.jpg link
 Jordan Embassy Tverskoy Moscow, Mamonovsky lane, embassy of Jordan.jpg -
 Kazakhstan Embassy Basmanny Moscow, Chistoprudny 3A, embassy of Kazakhstan.jpg link
 Kenya Embassy Khamovniki Lopukhinsky 5C1 Kenya 01.JPG link
 Kuwait Embassy Ramenki Embassy of Kuwait in Moscow.jpg -
 Kyrgyzstan Embassy Yakimanka Embassy of Kyrgyzstan in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Laos Embassy Presnensky Moscow, Malaya Nikitskaya 18.jpg link
 Latvia Embassy 1991[26] Basmanny Moscow, Chaplygina 3, Embassy of Latvia.jpg link
 Lebanon Embassy Tverskoy Sadovo-Samotechnaya 14 June 2009 01.JPG -
 Libya Embassy 1962[27] Ramenki Libyan Embassy3 Moscow.jpg -
 Lithuania Embassy Arbat Embassy of Lithuania in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Luxembourg Embassy Khamovniki Moscow, embassy of Luxembourg, Khrushevsky Lane (crop).jpg link
 Madagascar Embassy 1976[28] Khamovniki Moscow, Kursovoy 5, embassy of Madagascar.JPG link
 Malaysia Embassy Ramenki Malaysian Embassy Moscow.jpg link
 Mali Embassy Zamoskvorechye Moscow, Novokuznetskaya 11, Embassy of Mali.jpg -
 Malta Embassy Yakimanka Koroviy val 7.jpg link
 Mauritania Embassy Khamovniki -
 Mauritius Embassy 2003[29] Tagansky Moscow, Nikoloyamskaya 8C5 July 2009 02.JPG -
 Mexico Embassy Khamovniki Moscow, B Levshinsky 4, embassy of Mexico.jpg link
 Moldova Embassy Meshchansky Moscow Kuznetsky Most Street 18 left.jpg link
 Mongolia Embassy Arbat Moscow, Borisoglebsky 11.jpg link
 Montenegro Embassy 2007[30] Yakimanka -
 Morocco Embassy Arbat Former Embassy of Morocco in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Mozambique Embassy Yuzhnoportovy Moscow, 20 Gilyarovsky street, embassy of Mozambique.JPG -
 Myanmar Embassy Presnensky B Nikitskaya 41,43 dusk May 2009 02.JPG -
 Namibia Embassy Yakimanka Embassy of Namibia in Moscow, building.jpg -
   Nepal Embassy 1961[31] Khamovniki Embassy of Nepal in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Netherlands Embassy Presnensky Kalashny 8,6,4 June 2009 01.JPG link
 New Zealand Embassy 1973[32] Presnensky Kekushev Povarskaya Street.jpg link
 Nicaragua Embassy Ramenki Nicaraguan Embassy Moscow.jpg -
 Nigeria Embassy 1962[33] Presnensky M Nikitskaya 13 Aug 2009 01.JPG link
 North Korea Embassy Ramenki +++North Korean Embassy2 Moscow.jpg -
 North Macedonia Embassy Akademichesky link
 Norway Embassy Arbat Embassy of Norway in Moscow, entrance.jpg link
 Oman Embassy 1987[34] Yakimanka Embassy of Oman in Moscow, Russia.jpg -
 Pakistan Embassy Presnensky Moscow, Sadovaya-Kudrinskaya street 17, embassy of Pakistan.JPG link
 Palestine Embassy [fr] 1981[35] Khamovniki Moscow, Kropotkinskii 26, embassy of Palestine.JPG link
 Panama Embassy Ramenki Former Embassy of Panama Moscow.jpg -
 Paraguay Embassy Yakimanka link
 Peru Embassy Khamovniki Moscow, Smolenski avenu 22 14, former embassy of Peru.jpg link
 Philippines Embassy 1977[36] Arbat ,  , 6-8.jpg link
 Poland Embassy Presnensky Moscow, Klimashkina 5.JPG link
 Portugal Embassy Meshchansky Embassy of Portugal in Moscow, building.jpg -
 Qatar Embassy 1989[37] Yakimanka -
 Romania Embassy Ramenki Romanian Embassy Moscow.jpg link
 Rwanda Embassy link
 Saudi Arabia Embassy 1990[38] Khamovniki Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Senegal Embassy Yakimanka link
 Serbia Embassy Ramenki Moscow, Mosfilmovskaya street, 46.JPG link
 Sierra Leone Embassy 1965[39] Krylatskoye -
 Singapore Embassy 1971[40] Arbat Moscow, Kamennaya Sloboda Lane.jpg link
 Slovakia Embassy 1993[41] Presnensky Moscow, Julius Fu?ík street 17 19, embassy of Slovakia.JPG link
 Slovenia Embassy 1992[42] Tverskoy Moscow Malaya Dmitrovka Street 14 -1.jpg link
 Somalia Embassy Nagorny Moscow, Simferopolskiy boullevard 7A.JPG -
 South Africa Embassy Presnensky Moscow, Granatny 1C9, embassy of South Africa.jpg link
 South Korea Embassy 1990[43] Khamovniki Embassy of South Korea in Moscow, building.jpg link
 South Ossetia Embassy 2009 Khamovniki Prechistenskaya nab 23 (Kursovoy 9).JPG link
 Spain Embassy Presnensky Embassy of Spain in Moscow, after restoration.jpg link
 Sri Lanka Embassy 1957[44] Meshchansky Schepkina 24 Aug 2009 01.JPG link
 Sudan Embassy Tverskoy Embassy of Sudan in Moscow.JPG -
 Sweden Embassy Ramenki Swedish Embassy Moscow.jpg link
  Switzerland Embassy 1946[45] Basmanny Ogorodnaya Sloboda 2 Jan 2010 02 a.jpg link
 Syria Embassy Khamovniki Embassy of Syria in Moscow, building.jpg -
 Tajikistan Embassy Presnensky Moscow, Granatny 13, embassy of Tajikistan.jpg link
 Tanzania Embassy Zamoskvorechye Moscow, Pyatnitskaya 33, by Lev Kekyshev.jpg link
 Thailand Embassy Krasnoselsky Moscow, Bolshaya Spasskaya 9, Embassy of Thailand.jpg link
 Tunisia Embassy Presnensky Moscow, Vspolny Lane 1.jpg -
 Turkey Embassy Khamovniki Embassy of Turkey in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Turkmenistan Embassy Arbat Embassy of Turkmenistan in Moscow, entrance.jpg link
 Uganda Embassy 1964[46] Yakimanka link
 Ukraine Embassy Presnensky Embassy of Ukraine in Moscow.JPG link
 United Arab Emirates Embassy 1987[47] Ramenki UAE Embassy Moscow.jpg link
 United Kingdom Embassy Arbat Smolenskaya Nab 10 02.JPG link
 United States Embassy 1934[48] Presnensky US embassy new building in Moscow.jpg link
 Uruguay Embassy Zamoskvorechye link
 Uzbekistan Embassy Yakimanka Embassy of Uzbekistan in Moscow, building.jpg link
 Venezuela Embassy Tverskoy Moscow, 2nd Troitsky Lane 3,6 and 4 - Embassy of Venezuela (30669425973).jpg -
 Vietnam Embassy 1969[49] Khamovniki Moscow, Embassy of Vietnam.jpg link
 Yemen Embassy Khamovniki Embassy of Yemen in Moscow, building.jpg -
 Zambia Embassy 1965[50] Meshchansky Moscow, Prospect Mira 52-2 02.jpg -
 Zimbabwe Embassy 1985[51] Khamovniki Embassy of Zimbabwe, building.jpg -

Consulates in Saint Petersburg

Delegation Mission type Year
established
District Photo Website
 Armenia Consulate-General 2000[52] Admiralteysky Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 3606.jpg -
 Azerbaijan Consulate-General 2004[5] Tsentralny link
 Belarus Branch[53] Tsentralny Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 2011 1002.jpg -
 Belgium Consulate-General 2008 Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 3651.jpg link
 Bulgaria Consulate-General 1974[54] Tsentralny Bulgarian consulate 2.jpg link
 People's Republic of China Consulate-General 1986[55] Admiralteysky Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 3600.jpg link
 Cyprus Consulate-General 2003[56] Tsentralny Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 3640.jpg link
 Czech Republic Consulate-General 1974[57] Tsentralny  5.jpg link
 Denmark Consulate-General 1992[58] Petrogradsky Follenweider's private residence.jpg link
 Estonia Consulate-General 1993[59] Petrogradsky Consulate General of Estonia in Saint Petersburg.jpg link
 Finland Consulate-General 1967[60] Tsentralny Consulate General of Finland, St. Petersburg 20070517.jpg link
 France Consulate-General 1972[61] Tsentralny General consulate of France in St.-Petersburg.jpg link
 Germany Consulate-General 1972[62] Tsentralny General Consulate of Germany.jpg link
 Greece Consulate-General 1996[63] Tsentralny Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 3648.jpg link
 Hungary Consulate-General 1978[64] Tsentralny Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 3630.jpg -
 India Consulate-General 1993[65] Tsentralny Consulate-General of India in Saint Petersburg (191123, Ryleeva Street, 35).jpg link
 Italy Consulate-General 1990[55] Admiralteysky Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 3603.jpg link
 Japan Consulate-General 1971[55] Tsentralny Consulate-General of Japan in Saint-Petersburg.jpg link
 Kazakhstan Consulate-General 2004[66] Admiralteysky Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 3653.jpg link
 Latvia Consulate-General 1993[26] Vasileostrovsky Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 2011 1000.jpg link
 Lithuania Consulate-General 1993[55] Tsentralny Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 3649.jpg link
 Netherlands Consulate-General 1992[55] Tsentralny Consulate General of Netherlands in Saint Petersburg.jpg link
 North Macedonia Consulate-General ? ? link
 Norway Consulate-General 1993[67] Tsentralny View from Kazanskaya Street link
 Pakistan Consulate-General 1996[55] Tsentralny link
 Poland Consulate-General 1972[55] Tsentralny Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 2011 1007.jpg link
 Romania Consulate-General 2003[68] Tsentralny Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 3611.jpg link
 Slovakia Consulate-General 1999[69] Vyborgsky Consulate-General of Slovakia in Saint Petersburg.jpg link
 South Korea Consulate-General 2006[70] Tsentralny The Consulate General of South Korea.jpg link
 Spain Consulate-General Tsentralny Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 3646.jpg link
 Sweden Consulate-General 1972[71] Tsentralny Consulate-General of Sweden in Saint Petersburg (Malaya Konushennaya Street, 15).jpg link
  Switzerland Consulate-General 2006[45] Tsentralny Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 3648.jpg link
 Turkey Consulate-General 2007[72] Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 3613.jpg link
 Ukraine Consulate-General 1998[55] Tsentralny Konsulstvo Sankt-Peterburg 2011 1004.jpg link

Consulates in Yekaterinburg

Delegation City Type Date
established
Photo Website
 Azerbaijan Yekaterinburg Consulate-General 2009[73] -
 Belarus Yekaterinburg Branch 2001[74] -
 People's Republic of China Yekaterinburg Consulate-General 2009[75] link
 Czech Republic Yekaterinburg Consulate-General 2002[76] Dip USA Ekb.jpg link
 France Yekaterinburg Consulate-General 2008[77] link
 Germany Yekaterinburg Consulate-General 2005[78] link
 Hungary Yekaterinburg Consulate-General 2007[79] Dip USA Ekb.jpg link
 Kyrgyzstan Yekaterinburg Consulate-General 2002[80] Kyrgyz Republic consulate in Yekaterinburg 2012.JPG link
 Tajikistan Yekaterinburg Consulate-General 2009[81] link
 Ukraine Yekaterinburg Consulate-General 1997[82] -
 United Kingdom Yekaterinburg Consulate-General 1997[83] Dip USA Ekb.jpg link
 United States Yekaterinburg Consulate-General 1994[84] Dip USA Ekb.jpg link
 Vietnam Yekaterinburg Consulate-General 2007[85] link

Consulates in remainder of Russia

Delegation City Type Date
established
Photo Website
 Armenia Rostov-on-Don Consulate-General -
 Armenia Sochi Consular station -
 Belarus Kaliningrad Branch -
 Belarus Khabarovsk Branch -
 Belarus Krasnodar Branch -
 Belarus Nizhniy Novgorod Branch -
 Belarus Novosibirsk Branch -
 Belarus Smolensk Branch 2010[86] -
 Belarus Tyumen Branch -
 Belarus Ufa Branch -
 People's Republic of China Irkutsk Consulate-General 2009[87] link
 People's Republic of China Khabarovsk Consulate-General link
 People's Republic of China Vladivostok Consular-General 2005[88] link
 People's Republic of China Kazan Consulate-General 2017 link
 Estonia Pskov Consulate-General Chancery  ? ?   .JPG -
 Finland Murmansk Consulate-General Branch 1992[89] -
 Finland Petrozavodsk Consulate-General Branch 1990[89] -
 Germany Kaliningrad Consulate-General 2004[90] link
 Germany Novosibirsk Consulate-General 1994[91] link
 Greece Novorossiysk Consulate-General 1996[63] Consulate-General of Greece in Novorossiysk.jpg link
 India Vladivostok Consulate-General 1992[92] -
 Iran Astrakhan Consulate-General 2001[93] link
 Iran Kazan Consulate-General 2007[94] link
 Japan Khabarovsk Consulate-General 1993[95] link
 Japan Vladivostok Consulate-General 1967[96][nb 1] link
 Japan Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk Consulate-General 2001[98] Hokkaido-center-building.jpg link
 Kazakhstan Astrakhan Consulate 2002[99] link
 Kazakhstan Omsk Consulate 2005[100] Consulate of Kazakhstan in Omsk.jpg link
 Kyrgyzstan Novosibirsk Vice-Consulate 2005[101] -
 Latvia Kaliningrad Consular Department Consulate of Latvia in Kaliningrad.jpg -
 Latvia Pskov Consulate 1993[26]  ? ?   .JPG -
 Lithuania Kaliningrad Consulate-General 1994[102] Consulate-General of Lithuania in Kaliningrad.jpg link
 Lithuania Sovetsk Consulate 2003[103] link
 Mongolia Irkutsk Consulate-General 1971[104] link
 Mongolia Kyzyl Consulate-General 2002[105] -
 Mongolia Ulan-Ude Consulate-General Consulate-General of Mongolia in Ulan-Ude.jpg -
 North Korea Khabarovsk Consular Office 2005[106] Consulate of North Korea in Khabarovsk.jpg -
 North Korea Nakhodka Consulate-General 1958[107] -
 Norway Murmansk Consulate-General 1993[108] link
 Poland Novosibirsk Consulate-General 2004[109] link
 Poland Kaliningrad Consulate-General 1992[110] link
 Romania Rostov-on-Don Consulate-General 2006[111] -
 South Korea Irkutsk Consulate-General 2009[112] link
 South Korea Vladivostok Consulate-General 1992[113] link
 Turkey Kazan Consulate-General 1992[114] Consulate-General of Turkey in Kazan.jpg link
 Turkey Novorossiysk Consulate-General 2006[115] Consulate-General of Turkey in Novorossiysk.jpg link
 Turkmenistan Astrakhan Consulate 2013[116] link
 Ukraine Rostov-on-Don Consulate-General 2003[117] -
 Ukraine Vladivostok Consulate-General 2005[118] Consulate-General of Ukraine in Vladivostok.JPG -
 United States Vladivostok Consulate-General 1992[119] link
 Uzbekistan Novosibirsk Consulate-General 2007[120] -
 Vietnam Vladivostok Consulate-General 1989[121][nb 2] link

Other missions

In Moscow

Non-Resident Embassies

Resident in Berlin unless otherwise noted.

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The Consulate-General of Japan was located in Nakhodka from 1967 until April 1993, when it was relocated to Vladivostok.[97]
  2. ^ The Consulate-General of Vietnam was located in Nakhodka from September 1989 until November 1996, when it was relocated to Vladivostok.[121]

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