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Map of diplomatic missions in Zambia
Map of diplomatic missions in Zambia

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

Embassies/High commissions in Lusaka

Embassy of Russia in Lusaka
  1.  Algeria
  2.  Angola
  3.  Botswana
  4.  Brazil
  5.  Burundi
  6.  Canada
  7.  China
  8.  Cuba
  9.  Congo-Kinshasa
  10.  Czechia
  11.  Egypt
  12.  Finland
  13.  France
  14.  Germany
  15.  Ghana
  16.   Holy See
  17.  India
  18.  Ireland
  19.  Italy
  20.  Japan
  21.  Kenya
  22.  Libya
  23.  Malawi
  24.  Morocco
  25.  Mozambique
  26.  Namibia
  27.  Nigeria
  28.  Palestine
  29.  Russia
  30.  Rwanda
  31.  Saudi Arabia
  32.  Somalia
  33.  South Africa
  34.  Sudan
  35.  Sweden
  36.  Tanzania
  37.  Turkey
  38.  United Kingdom
  39.  United States
  40.  Zimbabwe

Other posts in Lusaka

Consulates General

Lusaka

Mongu

Ndola

Solwezi

Non-resident embassies and high commissions

Closed missions

Host city Sending country Mission Year closed Ref.
Lusaka  Australia High Commission 1991 [30]
 Austria Embassy 1989 [31]
 Chile Embassy Unknown [32]
 Netherlands Embassy 2013 [33]
 North Korea Embassy 1995 [34]
 Norway Embassy 2016 [35]
 Peru Embassy Unknown [36]
 Portugal Embassy Unknown [37]

See also

References

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