Consular Protection

Find an embassy / consulate

Find an embassy / consulate

Find out whether your EU country of nationality has an embassy or a consulate in a given country or territory outside the EU.

If your country is not represented in a given country or territory outside the EU, this section provides you with the contact details of consulates of other EU countries that you might wish to contact to seek assistance.

Disclaimer: The location and contact details of embassies and consulates are subject to unforeseen changes. These changes might not be reflected in this list immediately.

Regarding the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union

EU citizens and UK nationals will continue to enjoy consular protection during the transition period. This means that EU citizen continue to be entitled to seek help from UK embassies or consulates if they find themselves in a situation where they need assistance outside the EU, with no embassy or consulate from their own Member State effectively in position to help them (they are “unrepresented”). UK nationals equally continue to be entitled to seek help from embassies or consulates of EU Member States in such situations.

For this reason, the United Kingdom continues to be mentioned in the drop-down menu on the left together with the 27 EU Member States.

After the end of the transition period, EU law on consular protection will cease to apply to the United Kingdom and with respect to UK nationals.