Antigua and Barbuda’s bilateral and multilateral relations and its external representation are facilitated by the local Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The country’s main focal points in foreign politics include diplomatic and consular relations with nations of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), but also with members of the Commonwealth of Nations and other countries in the world. The state is involved in numerous Tax Information Exchange Agreements (TIEA) and is a member of the United Nations (UN) and the Regional Security System (RSS) of the Eastern Caribbean. It maintains good bilateral relations through embassies and consulates, in particular with the CARICOM states, Venezuela and the United States of America, operating four diplomatic missions in the latter.

Embassies organisations in Antigua and Barbuda
Britain, High Commission of
China, Embassy of
France, Consulate of
Italy, Consulate of
United States, Consulate of the
United States, Embassy of Antigua & Barbuda in the