List of diplomatic missions of Malaysia

This is a list of diplomatic missions of Malaysia. Malaysia's foreign ministry started in 1956 - a year before the country's independence - when Malaysia's Father of Independence established its offices at the Sultan Abdul Samad Building in Kuala Lumpur. Then, it was one of only four ministries established by the late Tunku Abdul Rahman. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs started with a staff of eleven British and Australian-trained foreign service officers. It initially had missions in London, Canberra, New Delhi, Tokyo, Bangkok, and Washington, growing to fourteen missions in 1963, 21 missions in 1965 and 106 missions by 2008. In those early days, the Permanent Mission of Malaysia to the UN in New York also doubled up as the Embassy of Malaysia to the United States.

Africa

Americas

Asia

Europe

Oceania

Multilateral organisations

Accredited ambassadors

See also

References

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