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10 countries, including Austria and Israel, opposed the resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza that was overwhelmingly passed by the UN General Assembly on 12 December 2023.

The 1955 Austrian State Treaty ended the four-power occupation and recognized Austria as an independent and sovereign state. In October 1955, the Federal Assembly passed a constitutional law in which "Austria declares of her own free will her perpetual neutrality." The second section of this law stated that "in all future times Austria will not join any military alliances and will not permit the establishment of any foreign military bases on her territory." Since then, Austria has shaped its foreign policy on the basis of neutrality.

In recent years, however, Austria has begun to reassess its definition of neutrality, granting overflight rights for the UN-sanctioned action against Iraq in 1991, and, since 1995, contemplating participation in the EU's evolving security structure. Also in 1995, it joined the Partnership for Peace, and subsequently participated in peacekeeping missions in Bosnia. Discussion of possible Austrian NATO membership intensified during 1996. ÖVP and Team Stronach aim at moving closer to NATO or a European defense arrangement. SPÖ and FPÖ, in turn, believe continued neutrality is the cornerstone of Austria's foreign policy, and a majority of the population generally supports this stance.

In February 2000, Austria's foreign relations underwent controversy when the ÖVP formed a coalition with the FPÖ after the 1999 election. European governments imposed diplomatic sanctions, and the United States recalled its ambassador.[1] Sanctions were lifted in September 2000 after a three-member panel assessed human rights and political life in Austria.[2] In November 2000, the United States and Austria normalized their relations.[3]

Austrian leaders emphasize the unique role the country plays as an East-West hub and as a moderator between industrialized and developing countries. Austria is active in the United Nations and experienced in UN peacekeeping efforts. It attaches great importance to participation in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and other international economic organizations, and it has played an active role in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).

Vienna hosts the Secretariat of the OSCE and the headquarters of the International Atomic Energy Agency, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, and the United Nations Drug Control Programme. Other international organizations based in Vienna include the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, the Organization for International Economic Relations (OiER) and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis. Recently, Vienna added the preparatory commission for the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization and the Wassenaar Arrangement (a technology-transfer control agency) to the list of international organizations it hosts. Furthermore, the Permanent Secretariat of an international territorial treaty for the sustainable development of the Alps called the Alpine Convention is located in Tyrol's capital Innsbruck.

Austria traditionally has been active in "bridge-building to the east," increasing contacts at all levels with Eastern Europe and the states of the former Soviet Union. Austrians maintain a constant exchange of business representatives, investment, trade, political leaders, students, cultural groups, and tourists with the countries of central and eastern Europe. In addition, the Austrian Government and various Austrian organizations provide assistance and training to support the changes underway in the region.

Diplomatic relations

List of countries which Austria maintains diplomatic relations with:

# Country Date
1  Turkey 1526[4]
2  France 1535[5]
3  Denmark May 1621[6]
4  Sweden 1682[7]
5  Portugal April 1696[8]
6  Morocco 28 February 1783[9]
7  United Kingdom 27 August 1814[10]
8  Brazil 26 June 1827[11]
9  Greece 6 September 1834[12]
10  Mexico 30 July 1842[13]
11  Italy 27 January 1867[14]
12  Thailand 17 May 1869[15]
13  Japan 18 October 1869[16]
14  Guatemala 28 February 1870[17]
15  Uruguay 7 December 1870[18]
16  Iran 4 September 1872[19]
17  Costa Rica 1873[20]
18  Serbia 1874[21]
19  Romania 22 September 1878[22]
20  Luxembourg 30 April 1891[23]
21  Monaco 1 July 1891[24]
22  Bolivia 27 October 1903[25]
23  Paraguay 9 November 1903[26]
24  Norway 27 March 1906[27]
25  Finland 19 July 1918[28]
26  Hungary 1918[29]
27  Liechtenstein 24 May 1919[30]
28  Bulgaria November 1919[31]
29  Colombia 10 January 1920[32]
30  Czech Republic 20 January 1920[33]
31  United States 24 August 1921[34]
32  Poland 6 September 1921[35]
33  Albania 18 February 1922[36]
34  Russia 25 February 1924[37]
35  Egypt 1929[28]
36  Iraq 5 February 1934[38]
37  Dominican Republic 2 March 1938[39]
38   Switzerland 2 November 1945[40]
39  Cuba 26 July 1946[41]
 Holy See 9 August 1946[42]
40  Netherlands 3 September 1946[43]
41  Philippines 17 October 1946[44]
42  Argentina 11 April 1947[45]
43  Belgium 17 April 1947[46]
44  Ecuador 27 June 1947[47]
45  Venezuela 28 July 1947[48]
46  Chile 1947[49]
47  Ethiopia 23 July 1948[50]
48  Peru 2 November 1949[51]
49  India 1949[52]
50  Afghanistan 1950[53]
51  Lebanon 6 December 1951[54]
52  Syria 7 February 1952[55]
53  Honduras 20 February 1952[56]
54  Ireland 1 March 1952[57]
55  Canada 9 August 1952[58]
56  Australia October 1952[59]
57  Jordan 16 February 1953[60][61]
58  Pakistan 13 June 1953[62]
59  Myanmar 9 July 1953[63]
60  Indonesia 20 November 1954[64]
61  South Africa 5 October 1955[65]
62  Panama 18 October 1955[66]
63  Sri Lanka 28 October 1955[67]
64  Germany 5 January 1956[68]
65  Sudan 24 January 1956[69]
66  Israel 21 February 1956[70][71]
67  Spain 28 March 1956[72]
68  New Zealand 23 October 1956[73]
69  Saudi Arabia 10 September 1957[74]
 Sovereign Military Order of Malta 1957[75]
70    Nepal 15 August 1959[76]
71  Tunisia 1959[77]
72  Libya 22 April 1960[78]
73  El Salvador 21 July 1960[79]
74  Senegal 1961[80][81]
75  Somalia 19 June 1962[82]
76  Nigeria 21 December 1962[83]
77  Cyprus 1962[84]
78  Algeria 25 January 1963[85]
79  South Korea 22 May 1963[86]
80  Liberia 25 June 1963[87]
81  Mongolia 1 July 1963[88]
82  Malaysia 6 August 1963[89]
83  Iceland 20 July 1964[90]
84  Benin 1 December 1964[91]
85  Kenya 15 December 1964[92]
86  Niger 30 January 1965[93]
87  Zambia 18 March 1965[94]
88  Kuwait 6 June 1965[95]
89  Rwanda 14 September 1965[96][97]
90  Malawi 2 December 1965[98]
91  Uganda 26 January 1966[99]
92  Singapore 16 March 1966[100]
93  Tanzania 31 August 1966[101]
94  Malta 9 November 1966[102]
95  Guinea 1966[103]
96  Laos 1 September 1967[104]
97  Cambodia 9 October 1967[105]
98  Jamaica 2 November 1967[106]
99  Barbados 27 November 1967[107]
100  Madagascar 1967[108]
101  Cameroon 29 March 1968[109]
102  Botswana 5 December 1968[110][111]
103  Lesotho 1968[112][113]
104  Ivory Coast 14 January 1969[114]
105  Yemen 11 July 1969[115]
106  Burundi 1969[116][117]
107  Mali 21 February 1970[118]
108  Gabon 1 April 1970[119]
109  Burkina Faso 1970[120]
110  Central African Republic 1970[121]
111  Eswatini 1970[122]
112  Gambia 1970[123]
113  Mauritania 1970[124]
114  Togo 1970[125]
115  China 28 May 1971[126]
116  Bangladesh 4 February 1972[127]
117  Democratic Republic of the Congo 24 July 1972[128]
118  Trinidad and Tobago 2 August 1972[129]
119  Vietnam 1 December 1972[130]
120  Qatar 5 March 1973[131]
121  Guyana 3 April 1973[132]
122  Oman 19 December 1973[133]
123  United Arab Emirates 10 March 1974[134]
124  North Korea 17 December 1974[135]
125  Sierra Leone 1 March 1975[136]
126  Bahrain 18 May 1975[137]
127  Mauritius 10 February 1976[138]
128  Equatorial Guinea 1 March 1976[139]
129  Papua New Guinea 24 June 1976[140]
130  Guinea-Bissau 15 October 1976[141]
131  Mozambique 19 October 1976[142]
132  Seychelles 12 January 1977[143]
133  Suriname 3 May 1977[144]
134  Angola 25 October 1977[144]
135  Chad 10 January 1978[145][146]
136  Maldives 1 March 1978[147]
137  Cape Verde 29 April 1978[148]
138  Republic of the Congo 12 July 1978[149]
139  Bahamas 23 October 1978[144]
140  Grenada 3 November 1978[150]
141  Nicaragua March 1980[151]
142  Zimbabwe 11 July 1980[152]
143  Djibouti 18 January 1983[153]
144  Haiti 16 December 1983[154]
145  Antigua and Barbuda 25 March 1985[155]
146  Brunei 2 December 1985[156]
147  Vanuatu 29 December 1986[144]
148  Belize 14 September 1989[157]
149  San Marino 2 April 1987[158]
150  Bhutan 8 May 1989[159]
151  Namibia 5 October 1990[144]
152  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 29 October 1990[144]
153  Lithuania 28 August 1991[160]
154  Estonia 8 January 1992[161]
155  Croatia 15 January 1992[162]
156  Slovenia 15 January 1992[163]
157  Latvia 19 January 1992[164]
158  Armenia 24 January 1992[165]
159  Ukraine 24 January 1992[166]
160  Belarus 5 February 1992[167]
161  Kazakhstan 14 February 1992[168]
162  Azerbaijan 20 February 1992[169]
163  Georgia 25 March 1992[170]
164  Kyrgyzstan 25 March 1992[171]
165  Moldova 25 March 1992[172]
166  Tajikistan 25 March 1992[173]
167  Uzbekistan 25 March 1992[174]
168  Bosnia and Herzegovina 8 April 1992[175]
169  Fiji 22 May 1992[176]
170  Federated States of Micronesia 1 July 1992[177]
171  Turkmenistan 16 October 1992[178]
172  Samoa 18 December 1992[179]
173  Slovakia 1 January 1993[180]
174  Marshall Islands 1 March 1993[144]
175  São Tomé and Príncipe 3 May 1993[144]
176  Eritrea 9 March 1994[181]
177  North Macedonia 23 December 1994[182]
178  Andorra 20 March 1995[144]
179  Dominica 1999[183][184]
180  Saint Kitts and Nevis 1999[183][184]
181  Saint Lucia 1999[185]
182  East Timor 20 September 2002[186]
183  Palau 1 December 2004[144]
184  Kiribati 2004[187][188]
185  Tonga 2004[189][190]
186  Solomon Islands 13 October 2005[144]
187  Nauru 9 November 2005[144]
188  Tuvalu 23 March 2006[144]
189  Montenegro 12 July 2006[126]
190  Comoros 8 March 2007[191]
 Kosovo 28 February 2008[192]
191  South Sudan 21 September 2011[193]
192  Ghana Unknown

Bilateral relations

Austria maintains significant bilateral relations with several countries.

Multilateral

Organization Formal Relations Began Notes
 European Union See 1995 enlargement of the European Union

Austria joined the European Union as a full member on 1 January 1995.

 NATO See Austria–NATO relations

Austria is not a member of NATO.

Africa

Country Formal Relations Began Notes
 Algeria
  • Algeria has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Austria has an embassy in Algiers.
 Burkina Faso
  • Austria is accredited to Burkina Faso from its embassy in Dakar, Senegal[194]
  • Burkina Faso has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Both countries established diplomatic relations in 1960.[195]
 Egypt 1929 See Austria–Egypt relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Cairo.
  • Egypt has an embassy in Vienna.
 Kenya 15 December 1964 See Austria–Kenya relations

Both countries established diplomatic relations on 15 December 1964 when established Austrian Embassy in Nairobi.[196]

  • Austria has an embassy in Nairobi.
  • Kenya has an embassy in Vienna.
 Mauritania
  • Austria is accredited to Mauritania from its embassy in Rabat, Morocco.
  • Mauritania is accredited to Austria from its embassy in Berlin, Germany.
 Morocco
  • Austria has an embassy in Rabat.
  • Morocco has an embassy in Vienna.
 Namibia 5 October 1990 Both countries established diplomatic relations on 5 October 1990[197]
  • Austria is accredited to Namibia from its embassy in Pretoria, South Africa.
  • Namibia has an embassy in Vienna.
 Nigeria 21 December 1962 Both countries established diplomatic relations on 21 December 1962[198]
  • Austria has an embassy in Abuja.
  • Nigeria has an embassy in Vienna.
 South Africa
  • Austria has an embassy in Pretoria.
  • South Africa has an embassy in Vienna.
 Tunisia
  • Austria has an embassy in Tunis.
  • Tunisia has an embassy in Vienna.
 Uganda 26 January 1966 Both countries established diplomatic relations on 26 January 1966 when the Austrian Ambassador to Uganda (resident in Nairobi) , Dr. F. Kudernatsch presented his credentials to the President , Sir Edward Mutesa.[199]
  • Austria is accredited to Uganda from its embassy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
  • Uganda is accredited to Austria from its embassy in Berlin, Germany and an honorary consulate in Vienna.

Americas

Country Formal Relations Began Notes
 Argentina 1864 See Argentina–Austria relations
  • Argentina has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Austria has an embassy in Buenos Aires.
 Bolivia 27 October 1903 Both countries established diplomatic relations on 27 October 1903.[200]
  • Austria is accredited to Bolivia from its embassy in Lima, Peru.
  • Bolivia has an embassy in Vienna.
 Brazil See Austria–Brazil relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Brasília and a consulate-general in São Paulo.
  • Brazil has an embassy in Vienna.
 Canada 9 August 1952 See Austria–Canada relations

Both countries established diplomatic relations on 9 August 1952[201]

  • Permanent embassies were exchanged in 1958.
  • Austria has an embassy in Ottawa.
  • Canada has an embassy in Vienna.
 Chile 1846 See Austria–Chile relations
 Colombia 1920 see Austria–Colombia relations
  • Austria has an embassy Bogotá.
  • Colombia has an embassy in Vienna.
 Cuba
  • Austria has an embassy in Havana.
  • Cuba has an embassy in Vienna.
 Grenada 3 November 1978 Both countries established diplomatic relations on 3 November 1978[202]
  • Austria is accredited to Grenada from its embassy in Bogotá, Colombia.
  • Grenada does not have an accreditation to Austria.
 Honduras 20 February 1952 Both countries established diplomatic relations on 20 February 1952 when Dr. Wolfgang Hoeller, Charge d'Affaires of Austria with residence in Mexico presents his letters of credentials to Cabinet of Honduras.[203]
  • Austria is accredited to Honduras from its embassy in Mexico City, Mexico.
  • Honduras has an embassy in Vienna.
 Mexico 1842 See Austria–Mexico relations

During the French intervention in Mexico between 1864 and 1867, with French backing Maximilian I of Mexico, member of Austria's Imperial Habsburg-Lorraine family was proclaimed Emperor of Mexico.

  • Austria has an embassy in Mexico City.
  • Mexico has an embassy in Vienna.
 Peru 2 November 1949
  • Austria has an embassy in Lima, and honorary consulates in Cuzco, Trujillo, Iquitos, and Arequipa.
  • Peru has an embassy in Vienna, and consulates in Innsbruck and Salzburg.[204]
 United States 1921 See Austria–United States relations
 Uruguay See Austria–Uruguay relations
  • Austria is accredited to Uruguay from its embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Uruguay has an embassy in Vienna.

Asia

Country Formal Relations Began Notes
 Armenia 24 January 1992 See Armenia–Austria relations
  • Armenia has and embassy in Vienna.
  • Austria is accredited to Armenia from its Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Vienna and maintains an honorary consulate in Yerevan.
  • Austria has recognized the Armenian genocide in 2015.
  • Both countries are full members of the Council of Europe.
 Azerbaijan 20 February 1992 See Austria–Azerbaijan relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Baku.
  • Azerbaijan has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Both countries are full members of the Council of Europe.
 China 28 May 1971 See Austria–China relations
 Georgia 25 March 1992 See Austria–Georgia relations

Georgia opened its embassy in Vienna in 1996.[205]

 India 1949 See Austria–India relations
  • Austria has an embassy in New Delhi.
  • India has an embassy in Vienna.
 Indonesia 20 November 1954 See Austria–Indonesia relations
  • Bilateral relations between Austria and Indonesia were officially established in 1954.
  • Austria recognises Indonesia as a stable and reliable partner, and both countries enjoy excellent relations.[206]
  • The two countries have agreed to expand relations in business, trade and investment, tourism, culture, environment and green technology.[207]
  • Austria has an embassy in Jakarta, while Indonesia has an embassy in Vienna that is also accredited to Slovenia as well as the following multilateral organisations: IAEA, PrepCom CTBTO, UNODC and UNOOSA.
 Iran 4 September 1872 See Austria–Iran relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Tehran.
  • Iran has an embassy in Vienna.
  • On July 3, 2018, Austria announced it was revoking the diplomatic immunity of an Iranian diplomat in Vienna, due to his alleged role in a French bomb plot.[208]
 Iraq
  • Austria has an embassy in Baghdad.
  • Iraq has an embassy in Vienna.
 Israel 1949 See Austria–Israel relations

See also History of the Jews in Austria.

 Japan 1869-10 See Austria–Japan relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Tokyo.
  • Japan has an embassy in Vienna.
 Kazakhstan See Austria–Kazakhstan relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Astana.
  • Kazakhstan has an embassy in Vienna.
 Lebanon 6 December 1951 Both countries established diplomatic relations on 6 December 1951 when M. Robert Friedinger-Pranter had been accredited as Minister of Austria to Lebanon (resident in Cairo).[209]
  • Austria has an embassy in Beirut.
  • Lebanon has an embassy in Vienna.
 Malaysia 6 August 1963 See Austria–Malaysia relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Kuala Lumpur.
  • Malaysia has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Malaysia is one of Austria's most important trading partners in Southeast Asia.[210]
 Pakistan 13 June 1953 See Austria–Pakistan relations

Both countries established diplomatic relations on 13 June 1953[211]

  • Austria also has an embassy in Islamabad.
  • Pakistan has an embassy in Vienna.
 Philippines 1946-10-17 See Austria–Philippines relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Manila
  • Philippines has an embassy in Vienna.
 Saudi Arabia 10 September 1957 See Austria–Saudi Arabia relations

Both countries established diplomatic relations on 10 September 1957[212]

  • Both countries had diplomatic contact since July 7, 1880, with the opening of an Austrian consulate in Jeddah (then under Ottoman occupation).
  • Austria has an embassy in Riyadh
  • Saudi Arabia has an embassy in Vienna.
 South Korea 1892 As Chosun Dynasty/1963-05-22[213] See Austria–South Korea relations

The establishment of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Austria in German (Republik Österreich) and the Republic of Korea in Korean (대한민국) Started on 1892. In April 2007 the President of Austria Heinz Fischer paid a state visit to South Korea. It was the first ever state visit of an Austrian President to South Korea.[214]

  • Austria has an embassy in Seoul.
  • South Korea has an embassy in Vienna.
 Turkey See Austria–Turkey relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Ankara and a consulate-general in Istanbul.
  • Turkey has an embassy in Vienna and consulates-general in Bregenz and Salzburg.
  • Both countries are full members of the Council of Europe.
  • Austria is an EU member and Turkey is an EU candidate. Austria opposes Turkey's accession negotiations to the EU, although negotiations have now been suspended.
 United Arab Emirates 10 March 1974 Both countries established diplomatic relations on 10 March 1974[215]
  • Austria has an embassy in Abu Dhabi.
  • United Arab Emirates has an embassy in Vienna.
 Vietnam See Austria–Vietnam relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Hanoi.
  • Vietnam has an embassy in Vienna.

Europe

Country Formal Relations Began Notes
 Albania 1912 See Albania–Austria relations

Austria-Hungary supported Albanian Declaration of Independence in 1912.

 Belarus 5 February 1992 Both countries established diplomatic relations on 5 February 1992[216]
  • Austria has an embassy in Minsk.
  • Belarus has an embassy in Vienna.
 Belgium 22 July 1832 Both countries established diplomatic relations on 22 July 1832 when has been accredited Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of Belgium to Austria baron de Loe.[217]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 8 April 1992 Both countries established diplomatic relations on 8 April 1992[218]
  • Austria has an embassy in Sarajevo.
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Austria is an EU member and Bosnia and Herzegovina is an EU candidate.
 Bulgaria 1878 See Austria–Bulgaria relations
 Croatia 15 January 1992 See Austria–Croatia relations

Both countries established diplomatic relations on 15 January 1992[220]

  • Austria has an embassy in Zagreb.
  • Croatia has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Austria joined the European Union as a full member on 1 January 1995, while Croatia joined on 1 July 2013.
 Cyprus 1960 See Austria–Cyprus relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Nicosia.
  • Cyprus has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Both countries are full members of the European Union and of the Council of Europe.
  • Austria was one of the first countries that participated in the United Nations Peace-Keeping Force in Cyprus
  • Austria actively supports Republic of Cyprus over the Turkish occupation of the island.
 Czech Republic 1920-01-20 See Austria–Czech Republic relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Prague.
  • Czech Republic has an embassy in Vienna.

Both countries are full members of the European Union. They share 362 km of common border, which can be crossed anywhere without border control due to the Schengen Agreement.

 Denmark 1925-12-19 See Austria–Denmark relations
 Estonia 1921-06-26
  • After the Soviet occupation, Austria re-recognised Estonia on August 28, 1991. Both countries re-established diplomatic relations on January 8, 1992.
  • Austria has an embassy in Tallinn.
  • Estonia has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Both countries are full members of the European Union and of the Council of Europe.
 Finland 1918-07-19 See Austria–Finland relations
  • Austria recognized Finland on January 13, 1918.
  • Austria has an embassy in Helsinki.
  • Finland has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Both countries became members of the European Union in 1 January 1995.
 France 1535 See Austria–France relations
 Germany See Austria–Germany relations
 Greece 25 August 1834 See Austria–Greece relations

Both countries established diplomatic relations on 25 August 1834 when has been appointed Anton Prokesch von Osten as the first Ambassador of Austria to Greece.[221]

 Holy See
  • Austria has an embassy to the Holy See in Rome.
  • Holy See has an apostolic nunciature in Vienna.
 Hungary 1921 See Austria–Hungary relations
  • Both countries have a long common history since the ruling dynasty of Austria, the Habsburgs, inherited the Hungarian throne in the 16th century. Both were part of the now-defunct Austro-Hungarian Monarchy from 1867 to 1918.
  • Austria has an embassy in Budapest.
  • Hungary has an embassy in Vienna and a consulate-general in Innsbruck.
  • Austria joined the European Union as a full member on 1 January 1995, while Hungary joined on 1 May 2004.
 Iceland 1928
  • Austria is accredited to Iceland from its embassy in Copenhagen, Denmark and has an honorary consulate in Reykjavík.
  • Iceland is accredited to Austria from its embassy in Berlin, Germany and maintains an honorary consulate in Vienna.
 Ireland 1951
 Italy 27 January 1867 See Austria–Italy relations

Both countries established diplomatic relations on 27 January 1867 when has been appointed first Envoy Extraordinary and minister Plenipotentiary of Italy to Austro-Hungary Giulio Camillo De Barral De Monteauvrard.[222]

  • The Italian regions of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Lombardy, Trentino, Veneto, and South Tyrol were part of the Austrian Empire.
  • Austria has an embassy in Rome and a consulate-general in Milan.
  • Italy has an embassy in Vienna and a consulate in Innsbruck.
  • Both countries are full members of the European Union and of the Council of Europe.
 Kosovo 2008 See Austria–Kosovo relations
  • Austria recognized Kosovo on 28 February 2008.
  • Austria has an embassy in Pristina.
  • Kosovo has an embassy in Vienna.
 Latvia 1921-02-17
 Liechtenstein
  • Austria is accredited to Liechtenstein from its Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Vienna and maintains an honorary consulate in Vaduz.
  • Liechtenstein has an embassy in Vienna.
 Lithuania 1991
  • Austria is accredited to Lithuania from its Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Vienna and maintains an honorary consulate in Vilnius.[223]
  • Lithuania has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Both countries are full members of the European Union and of the Council of Europe.
 Luxembourg 30 January 1891 Both countries established diplomatic relations on 30 January 1891[224]
 Malta 9 November 1966 Both countries established diplomatic relations on 9 November 1966.[225]
  • Austria is accredited to Malta from its Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Vienna and maintains an honorary consulate in Valletta.
  • Malta has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Both countries are full members of the European Union and of the Council of Europe.
 Moldova 1992-03-25 See Austria–Moldova relations
 Montenegro 2006-07-12 See Austria–Montenegro relations
  • Austria recognized Montenegro on June 12, 2006.
  • Austria has an embassy in Podgorica.
  • Montenegro has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Austria is an EU member and Montenegro is an EU candidate.
 Netherlands
 Norway 27 March 1906 Both countries established diplomatic relations on 27 March 1906[226]
  • Austria has an embassy in Oslo.
  • Norway has an embassy in Vienna.
 Poland 6 September 1921 See Austria–Poland relations

Both countries established diplomatic relations on 6 September 1921.[227]

  • Austria has an embassy in Warsaw and a consulate-general in Kraków.
  • Poland has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Austria joined the European Union as a full member on 1 January 1995, while Poland joined on 1 May 2004.
 Portugal
 Romania 22 September 1878 See Austria–Romania relations

Both countries established diplomatic relations on 22 September 1878[228]

 Russia See Austria–Russia relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Moscow.
  • Russia has an embassy in Vienna and a consulate-general in Salzburg.
 Serbia 1874 See Austria–Serbia relations

Both countries established diplomatic relations in 1874.

 Slovakia 1993 See Austria–Slovakia relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Bratislava.
  • Slovakia has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Both countries are full members of the European Union.
  • Both countries share 91 km of common borders.
  • There are about 35.000 Slovak nationals living in Austria.
  • There are about 10.000 Austrians living in Slovakia.
 Slovenia See Austria–Slovenia relations
 Spain See Austria–Spain relations
 Sweden See Austria–Sweden relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Stockholm.
  • Sweden has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Both countries became members of the European Union in 1 January 1995.
  Switzerland See Austria–Switzerland relations
  • Austria has an embassy in Bern.
  • Switzerland has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Both countries are full members of the Council of Europe.
 Ukraine 24 January 1992 See Austria–Ukraine relations

Both countries established diplomatic relations on 24 January 1992[229]

 United Kingdom 1799 See Austria–United Kingdom relations
  • Austria has an embassy in London.
  • United Kingdom has an embassy in Vienna.
  • Both countries are full members of the Council of Europe.

Oceania

Country Formal Relations Began Notes
 Australia 1948
 New Zealand
  • Austria is accredited to New Zealand from its embassy in Canberra, Australia.
  • New Zealand has an embassy in Vienna.

See also

References

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