List of diplomatic missions in Russia


This is a list of diplomatic missions in Russia. As the world's largest country, and a major great power, as well as a potential superpower, the Russian Federation is a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, and is the primary regional power in Europe. Russia is the successor state to the Soviet Union, and 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.

Map of diplomatic missions in Russia

Diplomatic missions in Russia


Embassies in Moscow

Delegation Mission type Year
established
District Photo Mission
website
 AbkhaziaEmbassy2009[1]Tverskoylink
 AfghanistanEmbassyPresnensky-
 AlbaniaEmbassy1991[2]Yakimanka-
 AlgeriaEmbassyTverskoylink
 AngolaEmbassyRamenkilink
 ArgentinaEmbassy1947[3]Yakimanka-
 ArmeniaEmbassyBasmannylink
 AustraliaEmbassyTaganskylink
 AustriaEmbassy1955[4]Khamovnikilink
 AzerbaijanEmbassy1992[5]Presnenskylink
 BahrainEmbassy1991[6]Yakimanka-
 BangladeshEmbassyKhamovnikilink
 BelarusEmbassy1993[7]Basmannylink
 BelgiumEmbassyArbatlink
 BeninEmbassyTverskoy-
 BoliviaEmbassyDanilovskylink
 Bosnia and HerzegovinaEmbassyRamenki-
 BrazilEmbassyPresnenskylink
 BruneiEmbassy2001[8]Dorogomilovo-
 BulgariaEmbassyRamenkilink
 Burkina FasoEmbassy-
 BurundiEmbassyYakimanka-
 CambodiaEmbassyKhamovniki-
 CameroonEmbassyArbat-
 CanadaEmbassy1943[9]Khamovnikilink
 Central African RepublicEmbassyTroparyovo-Nikulino-
 ChadEmbassyCheryomushki-
 ChileEmbassyKhamovnikilink
 ChinaEmbassyRamenkilink
 ColombiaEmbassyKhamovnikilink
 Democratic Republic of the CongoEmbassyNagorny
 Republic of the CongoEmbassyYakimanka-
 Costa RicaEmbassy1975[10]Krylatskoye-
 CroatiaEmbassy1992[11]Khamovnikilink
 CubaEmbassyYakimankalink
 CyprusEmbassyArbatlink
 Czech RepublicEmbassyPresnenskylink
 DenmarkEmbassyKhamovnikilink
 DjiboutiEmbassy-
 Dominican RepublicEmbassy2007[12]Krylatskoye-
 EcuadorEmbassy1970[13]Basmannylink
 EgyptEmbassyKhamovnikilink
 El SalvadorEmbassy2012[14]-
 Equatorial GuineaEmbassy1981[15]Yakimanka-
 EritreaEmbassy1996[16]Yakimanka-
 EstoniaEmbassyPresnenskylink
 EthiopiaEmbassyMeshchansky-
 FinlandEmbassyKhamovnikilink
 FranceEmbassyYakimankalink
 GabonEmbassyArbat-
 GambiaEmbassy2016 -
 GermanyEmbassyRamenkilink
 GhanaEmbassy1960[17]Presnenskylink
 GrenadaEmbassy2017[18]Presnenskylink
 GreeceEmbassyPresnenskylink
 GuatemalaEmbassy1994[19]Yakimanka-
 GuineaEmbassyYakimanka-
 Guinea-BissauEmbassyNagorny-
  Holy SeeApostolic Nunciature1990[20][21]Tverskoylink
 HondurasEmbassy2013Yakimanka-
 HungaryEmbassyRamenkilink
 IcelandEmbassy1944[22]Presnenskylink
 IndiaEmbassy1947 Taganskylink
 IndonesiaEmbassyZamoskvorechyelink
 IranEmbassyBasmannylink
 IraqEmbassyKhamovnikilink
 IrelandEmbassy1973[23]Meshchanskylink
 IsraelEmbassy1991[24]Yakimankalink
 ItalyEmbassyKhamovnikilink
 Ivory CoastEmbassyKhamovnikilink
 JapanEmbassy1956[25]Krasnoselskylink
 JordanEmbassyTverskoy-
 KazakhstanEmbassyBasmannylink
 KenyaEmbassyKhamovnikilink
 KuwaitEmbassyRamenki-
 KyrgyzstanEmbassyYakimankalink
 LaosEmbassyPresnenskylink
 LatviaEmbassy1991[26]Basmannylink
 LebanonEmbassyTverskoy-
 LibyaEmbassy1962[27]Ramenki-
 LithuaniaEmbassyArbatlink
 LuxembourgEmbassyKhamovnikilink
 MadagascarEmbassy1976[28]Khamovnikilink
 MalaysiaEmbassyRamenkilink
 MaliEmbassyZamoskvorechye-
 MaltaEmbassyYakimankalink
 MauritaniaEmbassyKhamovniki-
 MauritiusEmbassy2003[29]Tagansky-
 MexicoEmbassyKhamovnikilink
 MoldovaEmbassyMeshchanskylink
 MongoliaEmbassyArbatlink
 MontenegroEmbassy2007[30]Yakimanka-
 MoroccoEmbassyArbatlink
 MozambiqueEmbassyYuzhnoportovy-
 MyanmarEmbassyPresnensky-
 NamibiaEmbassyYakimanka-
   NepalEmbassy1961[31]Khamovnikilink
 NetherlandsEmbassyPresnenskylink
 New ZealandEmbassy1973[32]Presnenskylink
 NicaraguaEmbassyRamenki-
 NigeriaEmbassy1962[33]Presnenskylink
 North KoreaEmbassyRamenki-
 North MacedoniaEmbassyAkademicheskylink
 NorwayEmbassyArbatlink
 OmanEmbassy1987[34]Yakimanka-
 PakistanEmbassyPresnenskylink
 PalestineEmbassy [fr]1981[35]Khamovnikilink
 PanamaEmbassyRamenki-
 ParaguayEmbassyYakimankalink
 PeruEmbassyKhamovnikilink
 PhilippinesEmbassy1977[36]Arbatlink
 PolandEmbassyPresnenskylink
 PortugalEmbassyMeshchansky-
 QatarEmbassy1989[37]Yakimanka-
 RomaniaEmbassyRamenkilink
 RwandaEmbassylink
 Saudi ArabiaEmbassy1990[38]Khamovnikilink
 SenegalEmbassyYakimankalink
 SerbiaEmbassyRamenkilink
 Sierra LeoneEmbassy1965[39]Krylatskoye-
 SingaporeEmbassy1971[40]Arbatlink
 SlovakiaEmbassy1993[41]Presnenskylink
 SloveniaEmbassy1992[42]Tverskoylink
 SomaliaEmbassyNagorny-
 South AfricaEmbassyPresnenskylink
 South KoreaEmbassy1990[43]Khamovnikilink
 South OssetiaEmbassy2009Khamovnikilink
 SpainEmbassyPresnenskylink
 Sri LankaEmbassy1957[44]Meshchanskylink
 SudanEmbassyTverskoy-
 SwedenEmbassyRamenkilink
  SwitzerlandEmbassy1946[45]Basmannylink
 SyriaEmbassyKhamovniki-
 TajikistanEmbassyPresnenskylink
 TanzaniaEmbassyZamoskvorechyelink
 ThailandEmbassyKrasnoselskylink
 TunisiaEmbassyPresnensky-
 TurkeyEmbassyKhamovnikilink
 TurkmenistanEmbassyArbatlink
 UgandaEmbassy1964[46]Yakimankalink
 UkraineEmbassyPresnenskylink
 United Arab EmiratesEmbassy1987[47]Ramenkilink
 United KingdomEmbassyArbatlink
 United StatesEmbassy1934[48]Presnenskylink
 UruguayEmbassyZamoskvorechyelink
 UzbekistanEmbassyYakimankalink
 VenezuelaEmbassyTverskoy-
 VietnamEmbassy1969[49]Khamovnikilink
 YemenEmbassyKhamovniki-
 ZambiaEmbassy1965[50]Meshchansky-
 ZimbabweEmbassy1985[51]Khamovniki-

Consulates in Saint Petersburg

Delegation Mission type Year
established
District Photo Website
 ArmeniaConsulate-General2000[52]Admiralteysky-
 AzerbaijanConsulate-General2004[5]Tsentralnylink
 BelarusBranch[53]Tsentralny-
 BelgiumConsulate-General2008link
 BulgariaConsulate-General1974[54]Tsentralnylink
 ChinaConsulate-General1986[55]Admiralteyskylink
 CyprusConsulate-General2003[56]Tsentralnylink
 Czech RepublicConsulate-General1974[57]Tsentralnylink
 EstoniaConsulate-General1993[58]Petrogradskylink
 FinlandConsulate-General1967[59]Tsentralnylink
 FranceConsulate-General1972[60]Tsentralnylink
 GermanyConsulate-General1972[61]Tsentralnylink
 GreeceConsulate-General1996[62]Tsentralnylink
 HungaryConsulate-General1978[63]Tsentralny-
 IndiaConsulate-General1993[64]Tsentralnylink
 ItalyConsulate-General1990[55]Admiralteyskylink
 JapanConsulate-General1971[55]Tsentralnylink
 KazakhstanConsulate-General2004[65]Admiralteyskylink
 LatviaConsulate-General1993[26]Vasileostrovskylink
 LithuaniaConsulate-General1993[55]Tsentralnylink
 NetherlandsConsulate-General1992[55]Tsentralnylink
 North MacedoniaConsulate-General ? ?link
 NorwayConsulate-General1993[66]Tsentralnylink
 PakistanConsulate-General1996[55]Tsentralnylink
 PolandConsulate-General1972[55]Tsentralnylink
 RomaniaConsulate-General2003[67]Tsentralnylink
 SlovakiaConsulate-General1999[68]Vyborgskylink
 South KoreaConsulate-General2006[69]Tsentralnylink
 SpainConsulate-GeneralTsentralnylink
 SwedenConsulate-General1972[70]Tsentralnylink
  SwitzerlandConsulate-General2006[45]Tsentralnylink
 TurkeyConsulate-General2007[71]link
 UkraineConsulate-General1998[55]Tsentralnylink

Consulates in Yekaterinburg

Delegation City Type Date
established
Photo Website
 AzerbaijanYekaterinburgConsulate-General2009[72]-
 BelarusYekaterinburgBranch2001[73]-
 ChinaYekaterinburgConsulate-General2009[74]link
 CyprusYekaterinburgConsulate-Generallink
 Czech RepublicYekaterinburgConsulate-General2002[75]link
 FranceYekaterinburgConsulate-General2008[76]link
 GermanyYekaterinburgConsulate-General2005[77]link
 HungaryYekaterinburgConsulate-General2007[78]link
 KyrgyzstanYekaterinburgConsulate-General2002[79]link
 TajikistanYekaterinburgConsulate-General2009[80]link
 UkraineYekaterinburgConsulate-General1997[81]-
 United KingdomYekaterinburgConsulate-General1997[82]link
 United StatesYekaterinburgConsulate-General1994[83]link
 VietnamYekaterinburgConsulate-General2007[84]link

Consulates in remainder of Russia

Delegation City Type Date
established
Photo Website
 ArmeniaRostov-on-DonConsulate-General-
 ArmeniaSochiConsular station-
 BelarusKaliningradBranch-
 BelarusKhabarovskBranch-
 BelarusKrasnodarBranch-
 BelarusNizhniy NovgorodBranch-
 BelarusNovosibirskBranch-
 BelarusSmolenskBranch2010[85]-
 BelarusTyumenBranch-
 BelarusUfaBranch-
 ChinaIrkutskConsulate-General2009[86]link
 ChinaKhabarovskConsulate-Generallink
 ChinaVladivostokConsular-General2005[87]link
 ChinaKazanConsulate-General2017link[permanent dead link]
 CyprusKrasnodarConsulate-Generallink
 CyprusSamaraConsulate-Generallink
 EstoniaPskovConsulate-General Chancery-
 FinlandMurmanskConsulate-General Branch1992[88]-
 FinlandPetrozavodskConsulate-General Branch1990[88]-
 GermanyKaliningradConsulate-General2004[89]link
 GermanyNovosibirskConsulate-General1994[90]link
 GreeceNovorossiyskConsulate-General1996[62]link
 IndiaVladivostokConsulate-General1992[91]-
 IranAstrakhanConsulate-General2001[92]link
 IranKazanConsulate-General2007[93]link
 JapanKhabarovskConsulate-General1993[94]link
 JapanVladivostokConsulate-General1967[95][nb 1]link
 JapanYuzhno-SakhalinskConsulate-General2001[97]link
 KazakhstanAstrakhanConsulate2002[98]link
 KazakhstanOmskConsulate2005[99]link
 KyrgyzstanNovosibirskVice-Consulate2005[100]-
 LatviaKaliningradConsular Department-
 LatviaPskovConsulate1993[26]-
 LithuaniaKaliningradConsulate-General1994[101]link
 LithuaniaSovetskConsulate2003[102]link
 MongoliaIrkutskConsulate-General1971[103]link
 MongoliaKyzylConsulate-General2002[104]-
 MongoliaUlan-UdeConsulate-General-
 North KoreaKhabarovskConsular Office2005[105]-
 North KoreaNakhodkaConsulate-General1958[106]-
 NorwayMurmanskConsulate-General1993[107]link
 PolandNovosibirskConsulate-General2004[108]link
 PolandKaliningradConsulate-General1992[109]link
 RomaniaRostov-on-DonConsulate-General2006[110]-
 South KoreaIrkutskConsulate-General2009[111]link
 South KoreaVladivostokConsulate-General1992[112]link
 TurkeyKazanConsulate-General1992[113]link
 TurkeyNovorossiyskConsulate-General2006[114]link
 TurkmenistanAstrakhanConsulate2013[115]link
 UkraineRostov-on-DonConsulate-General2003[116]-
 UkraineVladivostokConsulate-General2005[117]-
 United StatesVladivostokConsulate-General1992[118]link
 UzbekistanNovosibirskConsulate-General2007[119]-
 VietnamVladivostokConsulate-General1989[120][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.[96]
  2. The Consulate-General of Vietnam was located in Nakhodka from September 1989 until November 1996, when it was relocated to Vladivostok.[120]

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