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Embassies In Lebanon


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American Embassy in Beirut
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 Armenian Embassy in Beirut
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 Australian Embassy in Beirut
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The Australian Embassy, Beirut, was opened in 1967. It was the third Australian Embassy to be opened in the Middle East. It was closed in 1984 because of the security situation in Beirut. During the next 11 years, Australian relations with Lebanon, including visa services, were handled by the Australian Embassy in Damascus, with the Ambassador in Damascus accredited to both Syria and Lebanon. In 1994, a temporary Australian Government Office, staffed by locally-engaged officials, was established in the Mayflower Hotel in West Beirut. The Embassy was formally re-opened on 18 July 1995, by the then Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Senator Gareth Evans QC, and the then Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs, Senator Nick Bolkus. The Chancery was in the same building that was evacuated in 1984. It remained there until we moved to the Grand Serail Diplomatic Complex in June 2004.



The Embassy currently has a staff of 7 Australia-based Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) officers, 2 Australia-based Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) officers, and 33 locally-recruited personnel.

 Brazilian Embassy in Beirut
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 British Embassy in Beirut
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The British Embassy in Lebanon is located in the heart of Beirut's financial and commercial centre. We help boost political, cultural,economic and social relations between Lebanon and the UK by offering awide range of services and funding of various projects.
 
Canadian Embassy in Beirut
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 Chinese Embassy in Beirut
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 Cypriot Consulate in Beirut
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 Emirati Embassy in Beirut
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 French Consulate in Beirut
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German Embassy in Beirut
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 Greek Embassy in Beirut
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Greek-Lebanese bilateral relations are very good at all levels. Greece has an Embassy in Beirut and Lebanon has an Embassy in Athens.
 Malaysian Embassy in Beirut
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 Qatari Embassy in Beirut
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 Russian Embassy in Beirut
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