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Bosnia and Herzegovina–Iran relations

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Iran relations is historical and bilateral relationship between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Iran. Iran has an embassy in Sarajevo, while Bosnia has an embassy in Tehran. Iran was one of the main supporters of the Bosnian sid ...

                                               

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Kosovo relations

Bosnia and Herzegovina relations with Kosovo are unofficial because of the lack of unanimity in the central government to recognize Kosovos independence, essentially through the veto of Bosnian Serb-dominated Republika Srpska. On 21 February 2008 ...

                                               

Bosnia and Herzegovina–North Macedonia relations

Until 1991, North Macedonia and Bosnia-Herzegovina were both constituent republics of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. When Yugoslavia started disintegrating, North Macedonia declared independence from Yugoslavia in September 1991. B ...

                                               

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Malaysia relations

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Malaysia relations refers to a foreign relations between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Malaysia. Bosnia and Herzegovina has an embassy in Kuala Lumpur, and Malaysia has an embassy in Sarajevo.

                                               

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Pakistan relations

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Pakistan relations are the foreign relations between Pakistan and Bosnia. Pakistan recognised the independence of Bosnia from Yugoslavia in 1992, and the two established diplomatic relations. As recently as 2016, Pakistans ...

                                               

Republika Srpska–Serbia relations

Republika Srpska–Serbia relations are foreign relations between Republika Srpska, one of two entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia. Republika Srpska has office of representation in Belgrade and Serbia has consulate-general in Banja Luka. ...

                                               

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Romania relations

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Romania relations are foreign relations between Romania and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Both countries are full members of the Southeast European Cooperation Process, of the Southeast European Cooperative Initiative, and of the ...

                                               

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Russia relations

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Russia relations are the bilateral relations between the two countries, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Russia. Bosnia is one of the countries where Russia has contributed troops for the NATO-led stabilization force. Russia reco ...

                                               

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Serbia relations

Bosnian–Serbian relations are foreign relations between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. The modern-day countries both originated from Yugoslavia. The majority of population in both countries speak one of the standard varieties of Serbo-Croatia ...

                                               

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Spain relations

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Spain relations are the relations between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Spain. The historical ties between the two countries date back to the introduction of the Spanish language to Bosnia by Spanish-speaking Jews fleeing Spai ...

                                               

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Turkey relations

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Turkey relations describes mutual relations between Bosnia-Herzegovina and Turkey. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a southeast European country, while Turkey is a transcontinental country with a small European part on the Balkan ...

                                               

Bosnia and Herzegovina–United States relations

Bosnia and Herzegovina–United States relations are the bilateral relations between Bosnia and Herzegovina and the United States of America. The 1992–95 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina was ended with the help of participation by the United States in ...

                                               

Accession of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the European Union

The accession of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the European Union is the stated aim of the present relations between the two entities. Bosnia and Herzegovina has been recognised by the EU as a "potential candidate country" for accession since the dec ...

                                               

Botswana–China relations

Botswana - Peoples Republic of China relations refers to the current and historical relationship between the Botswana and the Peoples Republic of China. Relations were first established on 6 January 1975. In 2010, upon the 35th anniversary of rel ...

                                               

Botswana–India relations

India recognized Botswana shortly after the latters independence in 1966, and opened an embassy in Gaborone in 1987. Botswana opened its embassy in New Delhi in 2006. Botswana President Festus Mogae has visited India twice in May 2005 and Decembe ...

                                               

Botswana–Israel relations

Israel and Botswana have official relations though neither country maintains a formal consulate or embassy in the other. The two countries, nevertheless, have reached cooperate agreements at the government level and there is private sector activi ...

                                               

Botswana–Kenya relations

Immediately after Uhuru Kenyatta was elected as President of Kenya, Botswana threatened to ban Kenyatta from entering the country if he didnt co-operate with the ICC. Botswana had also initially rejected the AUs resolution to drop Kenyattas case ...

                                               

Botswana–Namibia relations

Botswana–Namibia relations refers to the current and historical relationship between Botswana and Namibia. As of 2009, relations were considered friendly, with the two neighboring countries cooperating on economic development. Botswana gained ind ...

                                               

Botswana–North Korea relations

Botswana–North Korea relations refers to the current and historical relationship between Botswana and the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea, commonly known as North Korea. The two countries never maintained an embassy in their respective capit ...

                                               

Botswana–Russia relations

Botswana–Russia relations date back to 6 March 1970 when Botswana and the Soviet Union established diplomatic relations. The present-day relations between the two countries are described as friendly and long standing. According to the minister of ...

                                               

Botswana–South Africa relations

Botswana–South Africa relations refers to the historical and current relationship of Botswana and South Africa. Botswana has a high commission in Pretoria and South Africa has a high commission in Gaborone. Both countries are former British colon ...

                                               

Botswana–Spain relations

Botswana–Spain relations are the bilateral and diplomatic relations between these two countries. Botswana has no embassy in Spain but it has a consulate in Madrid. Spain has an embassy in Windhoek, Namibia accredited to Botswana and a consulate i ...

                                               

Botswana–United States relations

Botswana–United States relations are the international relations between Botswana and the United States. According to the 2012 U.S. Global Leadership Report, 79% of Botswana people approve of U.S. leadership, with 8% disapproving and 13% uncertai ...

                                               

Brazil–Canada relations

Brazil–Canada relations have been cordial but relatively limited, although the relationship between the two countries has been gradually evolving over time. Canada consider Brazil as an important bilateral, regional and multilateral partner, who ...

                                               

Brazil–China relations

Brazil–China relations refers to the current and historical relationship between Brazil and China. Relations between Brazil and China began in the early nineteenth century and continued until 1949, when they were disrupted by the creation of the ...

                                               

Brazil–Colombia relations

Brazil–Colombia relations are the bilateral relations between the Federative Republic of Brazil and the Republic of Colombia. Brazil has an embassy in Bogota and Colombia has an embassy in Brasilia. The Brazilian ambassador to Colombia is Maria E ...

                                               

Brazil–Costa Rica relations

Brazil–Costa Rica relations refers to bilateral relations between Brazil and Costa Rica. Relations commenced in 1907, when the first Brazilian diplomats were officially accredited by the Costa Rican government. Costa Rica has an embassy in Brasil ...

                                               

Brazil–Czech Republic relations

Brazil–Czech Republic relations refers to the diplomatic relations between the Federative Republic of Brazil and the Czech Republic. Both nations enjoy friendly relations, the importance of which centers on the history of Czech migration to Brazi ...

                                               

Brazil–Denmark relations

Brazil–Denmark relations refers to the diplomatic relations between the Federative Republic of Brazil and the Kingdom of Denmark. Both nations are members of the United Nations.

                                               

Brazil–East Timor relations

Brazil – East Timor relations refer to the bilateral relations between Brazil and Timor-Leste. Brazil has an embassy in Dili and East Timor has its own only South American embassy in Brasilia. Both countries are members of Community of Portuguese ...

                                               

Brazil–Egypt relations

Brazil–Egypt relations are the historic and bilateral ties between the regions that now constitute modern Brazil and Egypt. Bilateral relations were established in 1924, and Brazil currently operates an embassy in Cairo, while Egypt has an embass ...

                                               

Brazil–France relations

Brazil–France relations refers to bilateral relations between the Federative Republic of Brazil and the French Republic. The two countries are committed to strengthening their bilateral cooperation in the areas for which working groups have been ...

                                               

Brazil–Germany relations

The relations between Brazil and Germany are the diplomatic relations between the Federative Republic of Brazil and the Federal Republic of Germany. Brazil has an embassy in Berlin and consulates in Frankfurt and Munich, and Germany has an embass ...

                                               

Brazil–Guyana relations

Brazil–Guyana relations have traditionally been close. Brazil has provided military assistance to Guyana in the form of warfare training and logistics. Bilateral relations between the countries have recently increased, as a result of Brazils new ...

                                               

Brazil–India relations

Brazil–India relations refers to the bilateral relations between the Federative Republic of Brazil and the Republic of India. The relations are based on a common global vision, shared democratic values and a commitment to foster inclusive economi ...

                                               

Brazil–Indonesia relations

Brazil–Indonesia relations refers to the bilateral relations of the Federative Republic of Brazil and the Republic of Indonesia. Both are large tropical countries endowed with rich natural resources, Brazil and Indonesia possess the largest tropi ...

                                               

Brazil–Iran relations

Brazil–Iran relations are the bilateral relations between the Federative Republic of Brazil and the Islamic Republic of Iran. Relations are characterized by economic and diplomatic cooperation and are quite friendly. Iran has a productive trade b ...

                                               

Brazil–Iraq relations

Brazil–Iraq relations are the foreign relations between Brazil and Iraq. Brazil maintains an embassy in Baghdad and Iraq maintains an embassy in Brasilia. Both countries are full members of the Group of 77. Brazil was the first Latin American cou ...

                                               

Brazil–Ireland relations

The first known Irish settler in Brazil was a missionary, Thomas Field, who arrived to Brazil in late 1577 and spent three years in Piratininga present-day São Paulo. In 1612, Irish settlers established a colony in Tauregue, at the mouth of the A ...

                                               

Brazil–Italy relations

Brazil–Italy relations refers to the diplomatic relations between Brazil and Italy. Both nations enjoy friendly relations, the importance of which centres on the history of Italian migration to Brazil. Approximately 31 million Brazilians claimed ...

                                               

Brazil–Japan relations

Brazil–Japan refers to the current and historical relations between Brazil and Japan. More than 1.6 million Brazilians are of Japanese descent, making Brazil host to the largest Japanese community outside Japan. At the same time, Japan is host to ...

                                               

Brazil–Kenya relations

In July 2010, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva President of Brazil made a state visit to Kenya. He and President Mwai Kibaki witnessed the signing of several bilateral cooperation agreements. Including an agreement in bio-fuel technology, agriculture, m ...

                                               

Brazil–Lebanon relations

Brazil–Lebanon refers to the current and historical relations between the Brazil and Lebanon. Approximately 7 to 10 million Brazilians have Lebanese ancestry. Both nations are members of the Group of 24.

                                               

Brazil–Malaysia relations

Brazil–Malaysia relations are foreign relations between Brazil and Malaysia. Brazil has an embassy in Kuala Lumpur, and Malaysia has an embassy in Brasilia.

                                               

Brazil–Mexico relations

Brazil–Mexico relations are the diplomatic and bilateral relations between the Federative Republic of Brazil and the United Mexican States. Together, Brazil and Mexico account as the most populous nations in Latin America and both nations have th ...

                                               

Brazil–Mozambique relations

Brazil–Mozambique relations refers to the diplomatic relations between Brazil and Mozambique. Both nations are members of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries.

                                               

Brazil–New Zealand relations

Brazil–New Zealand relations refers to the diplomatic relations between Brazil and New Zealand. Both nations are members of the Cairns Group and the United Nations.

                                               

Brazil–North Korea relations

Brazil–North Korea relations are the current and historical bilateral relations between Brazil and North Korea. Brazil has an embassy in Pyongyang. According to a 2013 BBC World Service Poll, 22% of Brazilians view North Koreas influence positive ...

                                               

Brazil–Pakistan relations

Brazil–Pakistan relations refers to bilateral relations between Brazil and Pakistan. Brazil maintains an embassy in Islamabad and Pakistan maintains an embassy in Brasilia. In 2009, Brazil approved the sale of 100 MAR-1 anti-radiation missiles to ...

                                               

Brazil–Palestine relations

Brazil–Palestine relations refers to the current and historical bilateral relationship between Brazil and Palestine. Brazil officially recognized the Palestinian state on December 5, 2010. However, Brazil has not established full diplomatic ties ...

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