Barbados Consulates

Foreign Consulates Abroad
 

  Barbados Consulates in:



Antigua and Barbuda - St. Johns
Argentina - Buenos Aires
Australia - Sydney
Austria - Vienna
Bahamas - Nassau
Belize - Belize City
Brazil - Rio de Janeiro
Brazil - Sao Paulo
Canada - Edmonton
Canada - Halifax
Canada - Montreal
Canada - Toronto
Canada - Vancouver
Cayman Islands - George Town
Colombia - Bogota
Costa Rica - San Jose
Cyprus - Limassol
Dominican Republic - Santo Domingo
Finland - Helsinki
France - Paris
French Guiana - Cayenne
Germany - Munich
Guatemala - Guatemala City
Guyana - Georgetown
Haiti - Port au Prince
Hong Kong - Hong Kong
Hungary - Budapest
India - Mumbai
Ireland - Dublin
Israel - Tel Aviv
Jamaica - Kingston
Martinique - Fort de France
Netherlands - The Hague
New Zealand - Auckland
Nigeria - Lagos
Panama - Panama City
Saint Lucia - Castries
Singapore - Singapore
Suriname - Paramaribo
Sweden - Stockholm
Sweden - Uddevalla
Trinidad and Tobago - Port of Spain
United States - Atlanta
United States - Charleston
United States - Chicago
United States - Detroit
United States - Houston
United States - Louisville
United States - Miami
United States - New Orleans
United States - New York
United States - Portland
United States - San Francisco
United States - Toledo
Venezuela - Barquisimeto


Information Barbados Consulates

Foreign consulates of Barbados are bilateral missions abroad. The consulates of Barbados promote foreign interests abroad. Consulates are subordinate to the embassies and focus on more specific activities.

A Consulate or Consulate-General of Barbados is a diplomatic representative office or mission. The head of the Consulate or Consulate-General is a Consul or a Consul General.

A Honorary Consulate of Barbados is generally a independent person who executes certain consular duties. A Honorory Consulate is headed by a Honorory Consul who often works as the diplomatic representative on a part-time basis and often has limited powers.