This article lists diplomatic missions resident in Albania. At present, the capital city of Tirana hosts 38 embassies and a Delegation of the European Commission. Several other countries have ambassadors accredited to Albania, with most being resident in Athens or Rome.
Honorary consulates and trade missions are omitted from this listing.
Resident in Ankara, Turkey:
Resident in Athens, Greece:
Resident in Rome, Italy:
Resident in Sofia, Bulgaria:
Resident in other cities:
|Host city||Sending country||Mission level||Year closed||Ref.|
|Tirana||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Embassy|||
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