Some articles on diplomatic, relations, diplomatic relations, established diplomatic relations, relation:
... headed by Hasekura Tsunenaga and sponsored by Date Masamune, was also a diplomatic mission to the Vatican ... economic nexus remained by far the most important element of Japanese – West European relations throughout the decade ... Events in West European relations, as well as political, economic, or even military matters, were topics of concern to most Japanese commentators because of the immediate implications for ...
... Country Formal Relations Began Notes Albania Albania have a consulate in Adelaide and Australia's embassy in Greece is accredited to Albania Albania's foreign minister ... Austria See Foreign relations of Austria#Bilateral relationships Belgium Both countries have a growing bilateral commercial relationship, going back to World War One when they entered after Belgium was ... are a number of bilateral agreements between the two countries Trade and investment relations are very significant ...
... Nauru has diplomatic relations with most states in Oceania ... Nauru has diplomatic relations with the European Union, most of its member states and a few other states in Europe, including the Holy See (Vatican City) ... Nauru has established diplomatic relations also with Chile, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Israel, Malaysia, Maldives, North Korea, Philippines, Singapore and the ...
... Country Formal Relations Began Notes Antigua and Barbuda 1981-Nov-1 See also Barbados and CARICOM Argentina 1968-Aug-16 Argentina is represented in Barbados through its ... Argentine Ministry of Foreign Relation list of bilateral treaties with Barbados (in Spanish only) Australia 1974-Jan-07 See Australia–Barbados relations The Australian High Commissioner to ... Barbados and Australia established diplomatic relations on 7 January 1974 ...
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