This is a list of diplomatic missions in Tanzania. At present, 61 nations maintain diplomatic missions to Tanzania in Dar es Salaam, the former capital and the nation's largest city. Dodoma is the capital city.
Many other countries have ambassadors accredited to Tanzania, with most being resident in Nairobi or Addis Ababa. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs maintains the official consular list. This listing excludes honorary consulates.
Entries marked with an asterisk (*) are member-states of the Commonwealth of Nations. As such, their embassies are formally termed as "high commissions".
In July 2018, each of the resident diplomatic missions was offered 5.5 acres of land in the new capital in order to encourage relocation. By February 2021, only ten countries had collected the title deeds. Some diplomats estimate it may take over a decade for them to relocate.
In January 2023, President Samia Suluhu Hassan appealed to the diplomatic community to benefit from the incentives that the government was offering before it expires. Both the Holy See and Uganda have plans to relocate to Dodoma.
Resident in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia:
Resident in Nairobi, Kenya:
Resident in Pretoria, South Africa:
|Host city||Sending country||Mission||Year closed||Ref.|
|Dar Es Salaam||Argentina||Embassy||1991||: 77|
The decision to close.. is a consequence of an adjustment of the Danish government's priorities for development cooperation
Out of 67 title deeds issued, only ten (10) have been collected so far. Members of Diplomatic corps who have not collected their title deeds are reminded to collect them.
I am sure that the opening of the France's Liaison Office, is a step towards a full-fledged France Embassy