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Map of diplomatic missions in Uganda
Map of diplomatic missions in Uganda

This is a list of diplomatic missions in Uganda. The capital Kampala currently hosts 41 embassies/high commissions.

Embassies/High commissions in Kampala

Other posts in Kampala

Consulate-General in Gulu

Non-resident embassies and high commissions

Residence is in Nairobi, Kenya except noted otherwise.

  1.  Argentina[1]
  2.  Australia[2]
  3.  Austria[3]
  4.  Brazil[4]
  5.  Botswana (Lusaka)[5]
  6.  Cameroon (Addis Ababa)[6]
  7.  Canada[7]
  8.  Chile[8]
  9.  Colombia[9]
  10.  Croatia (London)[10]
  11.  Cyprus[11]
  12.  Czech Republic (Addis Ababa)[12]
  13.  Finland[13]
  14.  Greece[14]
  15.  Hungary[15]
  16.  Iraq
  17.  Indonesia[16]
  18.  Israel[17]
  19.  Jordan
  20.  Kuwait
  21.  Lesotho (Addis Ababa)[18]
  22.  Mali (Addis Ababa)[19]
  23.  Malta (Valletta)[20]
  24.  Malaysia
  25.  Mexico[21]
  26.  Morocco (Dar es Salaam)
  27.  New Zealand (Addis Ababa)
  28.  Poland[22]
  29.  Portugal[23]
  30.  Serbia (Addis Ababa)[24]
  31.  Slovakia[25]
  32.  Spain[26]
  33.  Eswatini (Addis Ababa)[27]
  34.  Thailand
  35.  Togo (Addis Ababa)
  36.   Switzerland[28]
  37.  Ukraine (Addis Ababa)[29]
  38.  Vietnam (Dar es Salaam)

See also

References

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