List Of Austrian Ambassadors To The United States
This is a list of ambassadors of Austria to the United States.
The United States first established diplomatic relations with Austria in 1838 during the time of the Austrian Empire. Relations between the United States have been continuous since that time except for two interruptions during World War I and World War II.
For ambassadors before 1918, see Austro-Hungarian ambassadors.
The Austrian Embassy in the United States is located in Washington, D.C..
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