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Embassies are an important part of foreign relations, since they serve as a contact point between the visiting and host nation. Through an embassy, countries can reach resolutions to problems ranging from trade tariffs to political tensions before they escalate. Typically, an embassy is staffed by representatives of the foreign service of the visiting nation, and it is housed in a permanent structure which includes staff housing, offices, and spaces for public functions.

Three primary types of staff can be found in an embassy, along with administrative support staff. Consular officers deal with things like issuing visas and handling issues which arise for travelers while they are abroad. Political officers are responsible for following the political climate in the host nation and issuing reports to their home government. Economic officers handle economic negotiations such as disputes over taxes, tariffs, and patent negotiations. Together, the staff of the embassy is headed by an ambassador.

An ambassador is typically an appointed political figure. Most ambassadors have foreign service training, and receive additional training before they are deployed to ensure that they act as responsible representatives of their governments. In addition to members of the foreign service, embassies often use staffers from other agencies. Staff from other agencies may provide supplemental information or support to the embassy. For example, most national embassies are guarded by representatives of the military. A limited number of embassy staff may come from the host nation as well.

The diplomats or envoys which make up an embassy enjoy special privileges because of their status as political negotiators. Most nations, for example, do not attack diplomats from visiting nations. These privileges are also extended to embassies, which are usually accorded extraterritoriality, meaning that the host nation cannot enter the premises of the embassy without being specifically invited. Many refugees take advantage of this to evade persecution and prosecution in the host nation of an embassy.

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   Angola Argentina Armenia
   Aruba Australia Austria
   Azerbaijan Bahrain Bangladesh
   Barbados Belarus Belgium
   Belize Benin Bhutan
   Bolivia Botswana Brazil
   Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso
   Cambodia Cameroun Canada
   Chad Chile China
   Colombia Comoros Congo [Democratic Republic]
   Congo [Republic of] Costa Rica Cote d Ivoire [Ivory Coast]
   Croatia Cuba Cyprus
   Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti
   Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt
   El Salvador Estonia Ethiopia
   Fiji Finland France
   Gabon Gambia Germany
   Ghana Greece Guatemala
   Guinea Guyana Haiti
   Honduras Hungary Iceland
   Indonesia Iran Iraq
   Ireland Israel Italy
   Jamaica Japan Jordan
   Kazakhstan Kenya Korea
   Korea [Republic of] Korea[Demo. People s Republic] Kuwait
   Kyrgyzstan Laos Lebanon
   Liberia Libya Lithuania
   Luxembourg [Grand Dutchy of] Macedonia Madagascar
   Malaysia Maldives Mali
   Malta Mauritania Mauritius
   Mexico Mongolia Montenegro
   Morocco Mozambique Myanmar
   Namibia Nepal Netherlands
   Netherlands Antilles New Zealand Nicaragua
   Niger Nigeria Norway
   Oman Pakistan Palestine
   Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay
   Peru Philippines Poland
   Portugal Qatar Reunion Island
   Romania Russia Rwanda
   Saint Kitts & Nevis Saint Lucia Saudi Arabia
   Senegal Serbia Seychelles
   Sierra Leone Singapore Slovak Republic
   Slovenia South Africa Spain
   Sri Lanka Sudan Suriname
   Sweden Switzerland Switzerland (Swiss Conf.)
   Syria Tajikistan Tanzania
   Thailand Togo Trinidad & Tobago
   Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan
   Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates
   United Kingdom United Nations United States of America
   Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam
   Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe
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