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Diplomatic missions of the Independent State of Croatia

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Diplomatic missions of the Independent State of Croatia

The Independent State of Croatia (1941-1945) was a European country located in Southern Europe, corresponding approximately to today's Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Listed below are its embassies and consulates:

  •  Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia
  • Prague (General consulate)
  •  Bulgaria
  • Sofia (Embassy)
  •  Finland
  • Helsinki (Embassy)
  •  Germany
  • Berlin (Embassy)
  • Vienna (General consulate)
  • Graz (Consulate)
  • Ljubljana (from 1943, Consulate)
  •  Hungary
  • Budapest (Embassy)
  •  Italy
  • Rome (Embassy)
  • Milan (General consulate)
  • Ljubljana (until 1943, Consulate)
  • Zadar (General consulate)
  •  Romania
  • Bucharest (Embassy)
  • Belgrade (Consular representation)
  •  Slovakia
  • Bratislava (Embassy)
  •  Spain
  • Madrid (Embassy)
  •   Switzerland
  • Zurich (Permanent commerce delegation)
  • References

    Diplomatic missions of the Independent State of Croatia Wikipedia


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