List of diplomatic missions of Mexico Article

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Mexican diplomatic missions
Turkey Embassy of Mexico in Ankara
China Embassy of Mexico in Beijing
Colombia Embassy of Mexico in Bogotá
Australia Embassy of Mexico in Canberra
Denmark Embassy of Mexico in Copenhagen
Republic of Ireland Embassy of Mexico in Dublin
Peru Embassy of Mexico in Lima
United Kingdom Embassy of Mexico in London
Spain Embassy of Mexico in Madrid
Spain Consulate of Mexico in Barcelona
Uruguay Embassy of Mexico in Montevideo
Russia Embassy of Mexico in Moscow
Norway Embassy of Mexico in Oslo
France Embassy of Mexico in Paris
Czech Republic Embassy of Mexico in Prague
Ecuador Embassy of Mexico in Quito
Italy Embassy of Mexico in Rome
Costa Rica Embassy of Mexico in San José
El Salvador Embassy of Mexico in San Salvador
Sweden Embassy of Mexico in Stockholm
Japan Embassy of Mexico in Tokyo
United States Embassy of Mexico in Washington, D.C.
United States Consulate-General of Mexico in San Antonio
United States Consulate-General of Mexico in San Francisco
United States Consulate of Mexico in Seattle

This is a list of diplomatic missions of Mexico, excluding honorary consulates. Mexico's foreign service started in 1822, the year after the signing of the Treaty of Cordoba which marked the beginning of Mexico's independence. In 1831, legislation was passed that underpinned the establishment of diplomatic representations with other states in Europe and America. As of 2017, Mexico has diplomatic relations with 193 countries. [1]

Today, Mexico has a significant worldwide presence, with over 150 representations, including 50 consulates in the United States alone (no other country has as many consulates in any single host country).

Africa

Americas

Asia

Europe

Oceania

Multilateral organizations

Permanent Mission of Mexico to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in Paris
Permanent Mission of Mexico to the Organization of American States (OAS) in Washington, D.C.

See also

References

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