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List of diplomatic missions of North Korea

Diplomatic missions of North Korea

This is a list of diplomatic missions of North Korea. The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is one of the most isolated countries in the world, with limited ties to the international community.

In the Cold War era its foreign policy was focused on the Soviet bloc countries, while it actively courted allies in the developing world. This was more out of political necessity, as the DPRK competed with the Republic of Korea for diplomatic recognition. Eventually however countries began recognizing both governments on the Korean Peninsula, and the DPRK's missions in the developing world are more to do with running aid programs and maintaining political mileage than obtaining any economic benefits.

The DPRK was very slow to open embassies in Western Europe. Sweden for some time was the only country in the West which had a DPRK presence.

Contents

AfricaEdit

 
  Embassy of North Korea in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

AmericasEdit

AsiaEdit

 
  Embassy of North Korea in Beijing, China
 
  Embassy of North Korea in Hanoi, Vietnam
 
  Embassy of North Korea in Kathmandu, Nepal
 
  Embassy of North Korea in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
 
  Embassy of North Korea in Singapore, on the 8th floor of the building at the Golden Mile Complex.
 
  Embassy of North Korea in Vientiane, Laos
 
  General Association of Korean Residents in Japan (Chongryon) in Tokyo

EuropeEdit

Multinational organizationsEdit

See alsoEdit

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