List of diplomatic missions in Kosovo

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Diplomatic missions in Kosovo
  Kosovo
  Country with an embassy in Kosovo
  Country with other diplomatic representation in or accredited to Kosovo
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The Republic of Kosovo is recognised by 108 UN member states; 21 of which have opened embassies in Pristina. Other states have retained representation offices.

Embassies

Pristina

Liaison offices

Pristina

Consulates General

Prizren

Accredited embassies

+ = No diplomatic relations. The noted missions include the Republic of Kosovo in their consular districts.

- = No diplomatic relations or diplomatic recognition.

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See also

References

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