Map of diplomatic missions in Morocco
Map of diplomatic missions in Morocco

This is a list of diplomatic missions in Morocco. There are currently 111 embassies in Rabat, and many countries maintain consulates in other Moroccan cities (not including honorary consulates). Several other nations have embassies accredited to Morocco but resident in other capitals.

Diplomatic missions in Rabat

Embassies

Other missions or delegations

Gallery

Consular missions

Agadir

Casablanca

Dakhla, Western Sahara

Fez

Larache

Laayoune, Western Sahara

Marrakesh

Nador

Tangier

Tétouan

Non-resident embassies accredited to Morocco

Resident in Cairo, Egypt:

Resident in Lisbon, Portugal:

Resident in Madrid, Spain:

Resident in Paris, France:

Resident in other cities:

Former embassies

See also

References

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