The Ministry of Foreign Affairs pursues Malta’s foreign policy objectives and international relations. These policy objectives are broadly based around active participation in international organisations, a commitment to foreign development and the promotion of Malta’s image abroad. Since 1980 Malta has adopted a policy of neutrality.

Malta has 20 strategic objectives that it aims to realise through its international relations; these include using Malta’s geopolitical relevance for economic benefits, strengthening bilateral relations with its neighbours, and promoting Maltese culture and identity internationally.

Malta enjoys good bilateral relationships with many countries and is host to many embassies and high commissions from around the world.

Embassies organisations in Malta
Australia, High Commission of
Belgium, Honorary Consulate of
Canada, Consulate of
Consulate General of Malta in Melbourne, Australia
Consulate General of Malta in Toronto, Canada
Consulate of the Republic of Malta in New Delhi, India
Embassy of Malta in Algiers, Algeria
Embassy of Malta in Athens, Greece
Embassy of Malta in Berlin, Germany
Embassy of Malta in Brussels, Belgium
Embassy of Malta in Cairo, Egypt
Embassy of Malta in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Malta in Moscow, Russian Federation
Embassy of Malta in Paris, France
Embassy of Malta in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Embassy of Malta in Stockholm, Sweden
Embassy of Malta in Tripoli, Libya
Embassy of Malta in Vienna, Austria
General Consulate of Denmark
High Commission of Malta in London, United Kingdom
Honorary Consulate General of Malta in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Malta
Honorary Consulate of Malta in Beijing, China
Honorary Consulate of Malta in Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Malta High Commission in Canberra, Australia
Malta High Commission in London, United Kingdom
Permanent Mission of Malta in Geneva, Switzerland
Russia, Embassy of
University of Malta