List of diplomatic missions of Finland

This is a list of diplomatic missions of Finland. Finland's foreign affairs ministry was established shortly after its independence in 1917. To encourage its international recognition and promote its frontier, trade and maritime interests, Finland had commissioned twelve missions abroad by the end of 1918. By the time of the Second World War broke out there were 20 Finnish embassies (of which four were outside Europe) and six consulates.[1] Today Finland has a streamlined diplomatic network that uses consulates sparingly.[2] In countries where there is no Finnish mission, according to the Helsinki Treaty, public officials in the foreign services of any of the Nordic countries are to assist citizens of another Nordic country if that country is not represented in the territory concerned.[3]

Finnish diplomatic missions
Embassy of Finland in Budapest
Embassy of Finland in Canberra
Embassy of Finland in Copenhagen
Embassy of Finland to the Holy See
Embassy of Finland in Kyiv
Embassy of Finland in Lisbon
Embassy of Finland in London
Embassy of Finland in Oslo
Embassy of Finland in Paris
Embassy of Finland in Prague
Embassy of Finland in Reykjavík
Embassy of Finland in Riga
Embassy of Finland in Sofia
Embassy of Finland in Stockholm
Embassy of Finland in Tallinn
Embassy of Finland in Tokyo
Embassy of Finland in Vienna
Embassy of Finland in Warsaw
Embassy of Finland in Windhoek

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Multilateral organisationsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Finnish Foreign Affairs Ministry
  2. ^ "Countries A–Z". Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland.
  3. ^ "Meld. St. 12 (2010–2011)". April 2011.
  4. ^ "Finland reopened its Embassy in Baghdad". Valtioneuvosto. Retrieved 2020-01-10.