Embassies

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade is responsible for facilitating and coordinating Barbados’ international relations through the promotion of healthy associations with foreign governments, and regional and international organisations. The ministry is tasked with building healthy bilateral relations through the negotiation and monitoring of treaties. Promoting the economic and cultural interests of Barbados through its embassies forms an integral part of the process. Barbados has been a member of the Commonwealth since 1966. It also belongs to the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) and the United Nations (UN).

Embassies organisations in Barbados
Australia
Austria
Barbados, Honorary Consulate of Austria in St James
Belgium
Belgium, Honorary Consulate of
Brazil, Embassy of
Canada
Canada, High Commission of
Chile, Honorary Consulate of
China, Embassy of the People's Republic of
Colombia, Embassy of
Denmark, Royal Consulate of
Dominican Republic, Honorary Consulate of the
Ecuador, Honorary Consulate of
Finland, Honorary Consulate of
France, Honorary Consulate of
Germany, Honorary Consulate of
Ghana, Honorary Consulate of
Guatemala, Embassy of
Guyana, Honorary Consulate of
Haiti, Honorary Consulate of
Hong Kong
India, Honorary Consulate of
Israel, Honorary Consulate of
Jamaica
Japan, Honorary Consulate of
Mexico, Honorary Consulate of
Netherlands, Honorary Consulate of the
Norway, Honorary General Consulate of
Portugal, Honorary Consulate of
Suriname, Honorary Consulate of
Sweden, Honorary Consulate of
Switzerland
Switzerland, Honorary Consulate of
Trinidad and Tobago
United Kingdom
United States of America
United States of America
United States, Embassy of the
Uruguay, Honorary Consulate of
Venezuela