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Indonesia–South Africa relations

Indonesia–South Africa relations are foreign bilateral relations between Indonesia and South Africa. Indonesian–South African relations were formalized through the establishment of diplomatic relations in August 1994. The South African Embassy in ...

                                               

Indonesia–South Korea relations

Indonesia–South Korea relations are the bilateral foreign relations between the two nations of Indonesia and South Korea. The two countries sharing a common vision, values and the will to contribute to the international community as middle powers ...

                                               

Indonesia–Spain relations

Indonesia–Spain relations refers to the bilateral relations of Indonesia and Spain. Spain identifies Indonesia as their natural ally and has named Indonesia as one of priority nation in their foreign relations with Asian region. Indonesia has an ...

                                               

Indonesia–Sri Lanka relations

Indonesia–Sri Lanka relations refers to the bilateral relations of the nations of Indonesia and Sri Lanka. Both nations share some cultural similarities. Indonesia and Sri Lanka are members of the World Trade Organization. They are founding membe ...

                                               

Indonesia–Sudan relations

Indonesia–Sudan relations was officially established in 1960. In February 2012, during a visit of Sudanese Foreign Minister Ali Karti to Jakarta, Indonesia and Sudan has agreed to foster bilateral relations in politics, science, education and eco ...

                                               

Indonesia–Suriname relations

Indonesia–Suriname relations refers to the bilateral relations of Republic of Indonesia and Suriname. Indonesia and Suriname had a special relationship, based upon shared common history as former colonies of the Dutch Empire. Large numbers of Jav ...

                                               

Indonesia–Sweden relations

The bilateral relations of Indonesia and Sweden began in 1960. In recent years both nations demonstrate growing keenness to improve bilateral relations, as each head of government exchanged visits. Indonesia has an embassy in Stockholm that also ...

                                               

Indonesia–Switzerland relations

Indonesia–Switzerland relations refers to the bilateral relations of Indonesia and Switzerland. In 2010, the heads of state of the two countries agreed to launch negotiations on a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement. Switzerland has name ...

                                               

Indonesia–Syria relations

Indonesia–Syria relations was officially established in 1949, and it was among earliest international recognitions on Indonesian sovereignty. Both nations have common perceptions related to Palestine, Iraq and Lebanon issues, and Indonesia always ...

                                               

Indonesia–Taiwan relations

Indonesia–Taiwan relations are foreign relations between Indonesia and Taiwan. Currently, Indonesia does not officially recognize Republic of China as it adopted One-China Policy; officially recognizing only the People’s Republic of China since 1 ...

                                               

Indonesia–Tanzania relations

Indonesia–Tanzania relations refers to the bilateral relations of Indonesia and Tanzania. The relations between both nations are mostly in agriculture sector, where Indonesia provides training for Tanzanian farmers. In 2011 both countries establi ...

                                               

Indonesia–Thailand relations

Indonesia and Thailand officially established diplomatic ties on March 7, 1950. The two countries have since enjoyed a cordial bilateral relationship. Both countries has established embassies in each capitals, Indonesia has their embassy in Bangk ...

                                               

Indonesia–Tunisia relations

Indonesia–Tunisia relations are particularly important after the Arab Spring, as Tunisia seeks Indonesia as an example of democracy in a Muslim-majority country, while Indonesia has expressed its willingness to support the democratic transition i ...

                                               

Indonesia–Turkey relations

Indonesia–Turkey relations are foreign bilateral relations between Republic of Indonesia and Republic of Turkey. The diplomatic relations between Indonesia and Turkey are particularly important because both are Muslim-majority countries as well a ...

                                               

Indonesia–Ukraine relations

Indonesia–Ukraine relations refers to the bilateral relations of Indonesia and Ukraine. Indonesia has an embassy in Kiev that also accredited for Georgia and Armenia, while Ukraine has an embassy in Jakarta. Both nations has agreed to expand coop ...

                                               

Indonesia–United Arab Emirates relations

Indonesia–United Arab Emirates relations refers to the bilateral relations of Republic of Indonesia and United Arab Emirates. The diplomatic relations between Indonesia and United Arab Emirates are important because both share the solidarity as M ...

                                               

Indonesia–United Kingdom relations

The United Kingdom and Indonesia have maintained strong relations since formal relations were established in 1949. Indonesia has an embassy in London while the United Kingdom has an embassy in Jakarta. The United Kingdom considers Indonesia an in ...

                                               

Indonesia–United States relations

Indonesia–United States relations are bilateral relations between Indonesia and the United States. Relations between the two are generally strong and close. Both are democracies, and each nation reciprocally recognizes the strategic importance of ...

                                               

Indonesia–Uzbekistan relations

Indonesia–Uzbekistan relations was officially established on June 23, 1992. Both countries have recognized importance of each others potential; Uzbekistan realized the strategic importance of Indonesia, home to the worlds biggest Muslim populatio ...

                                               

Indonesia–Venezuela relations

Indonesia–Venezuela relations refers to the bilateral relations of Republic of Indonesia and Venezuela. Since the diplomatic relations established in 1959, Indonesia and Venezuela enjoy friendly ties. Both nations agreed to expand the trade and i ...

                                               

Indonesia–Vietnam relations

Indonesia–Vietnam relations are foreign bilateral relations between Indonesia and Vietnam. Indonesia and Vietnam are neighboring nations that have a maritime border which lies on the South China Sea. Both countries are the member of ASEAN and APEC.

                                               

Indonesia–Yemen relations

Indonesia–Yemen relations are current and historical bilateral relations between Indonesia and Yemen. Indonesia and Yemen shared similarity as the Muslim majority countries, Indonesia is the most populous Muslim country in the world, while Yemen ...

                                               

Indonesia–Zimbabwe relations

Indonesia–Zimbabwe relations were established on 1986, followed by the opening of the Indonesian embassy in Harare on June 2. Indonesia has an embassy in Harare that is also accredited to Zambia, while Zimbabwe has an embassy in Jakarta. Both nat ...

                                               

Refugees in Indonesia

According to UNHCR, also known as The UN Refugee Agency, there are around 10.585 refugees dwelling in Indonesia that are officially registered by the organization as of July 2019. The majority of these migrants are from Afghanistan 56%, Somalia 1 ...

                                               

Indonesia and the United Nations

Indonesia officially became the 60th member of the United Nations on 29 September 1950, in accordance with the United Nations Security Council Resolution 86 two days before, and the United Nations General Assembly resolution number A/RES/491 on t ...

                                               

Iran–Tunisia relations

Unlike the majority of the Arab world which is deeply hostile to Iran, Tunisia is one of the few Arab countries to develop a good relations with Iran, especially ever since the Iranian Revolution of 1979 and the establishment of the Islamic Repub ...

                                               

Iran–Israel relations

Iranian–Israeli relations can be divided into four major phases: the period from 1947–53, the friendly period during the era of the Pahlavi dynasty, the worsening period from the 1979 Iranian Revolution to 1990, and finally the hostility since th ...

                                               

Iran–Italy relations

In 2005, Italy was the third largest trading partner of Iran with 7.5% of all exports to Iran. Italy is the Largest trading partner of Iran in the European Union in 2017. Italy has maintained active diplomatic channels with Tehran even in periods ...

                                               

Iran–Japan relations

Iran–Japan relations are diplomatic relations between Iran and Japan, which were formally established in August 1929. Throughout history, except during World War II, both of the countries have maintained a relatively friendly and strongly strateg ...

                                               

Iran–Kenya relations

A study conducted by Pew Research Center on how favourable Kenyans viewed Iran found that about 42% of respondents viewed Iran favourably. The study involved 798 people and was conducted in March 2014. 34% of respondents said they viewed Iran unf ...

                                               

Iran–South Korea relations

Iran and South Korea have had diplomatic relations since 1962. Throughout history, the two countries have maintained a strong, friendly and strategic partnership despite Irans close relationship with North Korea, and South Koreas close relationsh ...

                                               

Iran–Kuwait relations

Kuwait has friendly relations with Iran. Kuwait describes its relations with Iran as "excellent and historical". Kuwait is the only Gulf State that has maintained formal ties with Iran after US President Donald Trump announced withdrawal from the ...

                                               

Iran–Lebanon relations

Iran and Lebanon have diplomatic relations, with embassies in each other countries. Since the Iranian Revolution in 1979, the two countries have deepened relations amidst controversy in Lebanon and abroad. According to a 2012 Pew Global Attitudes ...

                                               

Iran–Malaysia relations

Iran–Malaysia relations refers to the current and historical relationship between Iran and Malaysia. Iran has an embassy in Kuala Lumpur, and Malaysia has an embassy in Tehran. Both countries are members of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation ...

                                               

Iran–Mexico relations

The first diplomatic contacts between Iran then known as Persia and Mexico took place in 1889. In May 1903, a Treaty of Friendship was signed between the two nations, however, it was later abolished and declared null by the Iranian government in ...

                                               

Iran–Morocco relations

Relations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Kingdom of Morocco are mostly non-existent, and diplomatic relations between the two nations have often been tarred by disputes. On several occasions Iran and Morocco have mostly or completel ...

                                               

Iran–Netherlands relations

Diplomatic relations between the Netherlands and Iran have existed since the 17th century. However, the relationship changed significantly after the Iranian Revolution.

                                               

Iran–North Korea relations

Iran–North Korea relations are described as being positive by official news agencies of the two countries. Diplomatic relations improved following the Iranian Revolution in 1979 and the establishment of an Islamic Republic. Iran and North Korea p ...

                                               

Iran–Oman relations

Iran–Oman relations are bilateral relations between Oman and Iran. The two countries currently share diplomatic and economic ties dating back to the Pahlavi period. Oman considers Iran not to be a threat perceived by the other Arab states of the ...

                                               

Iran–Palestine relations

The Islamic Republic of Iran officially endorses the creation of a Palestinian state, regarding Palestine as a state. Ayatollah Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of Iran, rejects a two-state solution and implies that Palestine is inseparable, while Ir ...

                                               

Iran–Philippines relations

Iran–Philippines relations refer to foreign relations between Iran and the Philippines. Diplomatic relations were established on January 22, 1964. There is a community of thousands of Iranians in the Philippines including many international stude ...

                                               

Iran–Poland relations

Iran–Poland relations are historical and bilateral relationship between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Poland. Both nations are members of the United Nations.

                                               

Iran–Russia relations

Relations between the Grand Duchy of Moscow and the Persian Empire, officially commenced in 1521, with the Safavids in power. Past and present contact between Russia and Iran have long been complicatedly multi-faceted; often wavering between coll ...

                                               

Iran–Saudi Arabia relations

Iran and Saudi Arabia have no diplomatic relations following an attack on the Saudi embassy in Tehran in January 2016 after Saudi Arabia executed Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, a Shia cleric. Bilateral relations between the countries have been strained ove ...

                                               

Iran–Senegal relations

Iran–Senegal relations refer to the historical and current bilateral relationship between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Senegal. On 23 February 2011, Senegal severed diplomatic relations with Iran.

                                               

Iran–Serbia relations

Iran–Serbia relations are diplomatic relations between Iran and Serbia. Iran has an embassy in Belgrade and Serbia has an embassy in Tehran. In 2017, the government of Serbia announced that in order to improve bilateral relations as well as to at ...

                                               

Iran–South Africa relations

Iran–South Africa relations refers to the historical and current bilateral relationship of the Islamic Republic of Iran and South Africa. Both economically and politically, relations between the two countries are quite warm and have continued to ...

                                               

Iran–Spain relations

Iran–Spain relations are the bilateral and diplomatic relations between these two countries. Iran has an embassy in Madrid. Spain has an embassy in Tehran.

                                               

Iran–Sri Lanka relations

Diplomatic relations between Iran and Sri Lanka then known as Ceylon began in 1961 via the Ceylonese embassy in Islamabad, which was the closest Ceylon had to a presence on Iranian soil until the opening of the Tehran embassy office in 1990. Tehr ...

                                               

Iran–Sudan relations

Iran–Sudan relations refers to diplomatic, economic and military relations between Sudan and Iran. For nearly three decades, Iran and Sudan enjoyed a close relationship. However, Sudan decided to expel all Iranian groups just hours before joining ...

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