Diplomatic missions of Panama

Diplomatic missions of Panama

Panama's status as major flag state for maritime vessels and owner of the Panama Canal has led to Panama opening missions in cities with significant harbour traffic, such as Rotterdam, Tampa and Kobe. Listed below are the embassies and consulates of Panama, excluding honorary consulates:


** Vienna (Embassy)
** Brussels (Embassy)
** Antwerp (Consulate-General)
** Paris (Embassy)
** Marseille (Consulate-General)
** Berlin (Embassy)
** Hamburg (Consulate-General)
** Athens (Embassy)
*Flag|Holy See
** Vatican City (Embassy)
** Rome (Embassy)
** Genoa (Consulate-General)
** Naples (Consulate-General)
** Rotterdam (Consulate-General)
**Warsaw (Embassy)
** Lisbon (Embassy)
** Moscow (Embassy)
** Madrid (Embassy)
** A Coruña (Consulate-General)
** Barcelona (Consulate-General)
** Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Consulate-General)
** Málaga (Consulate-General)
** Stockholm (Embassy)
** Geneva (Consulate-General)
** Zürich (Consulate-General)
*Flag|United Kingdom
** London (Embassy)

North America

** Ottawa (Embassy)
** Montreal (Consulate-General)
** Toronto (Consulate-General)
** Vancouver (Consulate-General)
*Flag|Costa Rica
** San José (Embassy)
** Havana (Embassy)
*Flag|Dominican Republic
** Santo Domingo (Embassy)
*Flag|El Salvador
** San Salvador (Embassy)
** Guatemala City (Embassy)
** Tegucigalpa (Embassy)
** Kingston (Embassy)
** Mexico City (Embassy)
** Guadalajara (Consulate)
** Managua (Embassy)
*Flag|Trinidad and Tobago
** Port of Spain (Embassy)
*Flag|United States
** Washington, D.C. (Embassy)
** Houston (Consulate-General)
** Miami (Consulate-General)
** New Orleans (Consulate-General)
** New York (Consulate-General)
** Philadelphia (Consulate-General)
** Tampa (Consulate-General)

outh America

** Buenos Aires (Embassy)
** La Paz (Embassy)
** Brasília (Embassy)
** Rio de Janeiro (Consulate-General)
** Santos (Consulate-General)
** São Paulo (Consulate-General)
** Santiago (Embassy)
** Valparaíso (Consulate-General)
** Bogotá (Embassy)
** Barranquilla (Consulate-General)
** Cartagena (Consulate-General)
** Quito (Embassy)
** Guayaquil (Consulate-General)
** Asunción (Embassy)
** Lima (Embassy)
** Montevideo (Embassy)
** Caracas (Embassy)

Middle East

** Tel Aviv (Embassy)
*Flag|United Arab Emirates
** Dubai (Consulate-General)


** Cairo (Embassy)
*Flag|South Africa
** Pretoria (Embassy)


** New Delhi (Embassy)
** Jakarta (Embassy)
** Tokyo (Embassy)
** Kobe (Consulate-General)
** Manila (Embassy)
** Singapore (Embassy)
*Flag|South Korea
** Seoul (Embassy)
*Flag|Republic of China
** Taipei (Embassy)
** Bangkok (Embassy)
** Hanoi (Embassy)
** Ho Chi Minh City (Consulate-General)

Multilateral Organisations

** Brussels (Mission to the European Union)
** Geneva (Permanent Missions to the United Nations and other International Organizations)
** New York (Permanent Mission to the United Nations)
** Paris (Permanent Mission to UNESCO)
** Rome (Permanent Mission to FAO)
** Washington DC (Permanent Mission to the OAS)

ee also

* Foreign relations of Panama


* [http://www.mire.gob.pa/ Ministry of Foreign Relations of Panama]

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