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Italy–Lebanon relations

Lebanon opened a legation in 1946, which was transformed into an embassy in 1955. Both countries signed a Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Navigation in 1949. The Italian Cultural Centre is located on the ground floor of the Embassy in the s ...

                                               

Italy–Malaysia relations

Italy–Malaysia relations refers to a foreign relations between the two countries, Italy and Malaysia. Italy has an embassy in Kuala Lumpur, and Malaysia has an embassy in Rome.

                                               

Italy–Malta relations

Italy–Malta relations are foreign relations between Italy and Malta. Both countries established official diplomatic relations soon after Maltas independence.

                                               

Italy–Mexico relations

Italy–Mexico relations refers to the diplomatic relations between Italy and Mexico. Both nations are members of the G20, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and the United Nations.

                                               

Italy–North Korea relations

For a long time, North Korea was considered isolationist and "politically reclusive". That changed in January 2000, when Italy announced its opening of official diplomatic relations with North Korea by Lamberto Dini, Italys foreign minister, who ...

                                               

Italy–Pakistan relations

The Italy–Pakistan relations refers to bilateral relations between the Republic of Italy and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. The nations have cordial relations. Italy is an active investor in Pakistan. Italy provided Pakistan US$100 million und ...

                                               

Italy–Philippines relations

Italy–Philippines relations refer to the interstate and bilateral relations between Italy and the Philippines. The bilateral relations between Italy and the Philippines was established on 9 July 1947.

                                               

Italy–Poland relations

Italy–Poland relations are cultural and political relations between Italy and Poland. Due to strong connections between both, such as the Roman Catholic religion and historical similarities, many referred the relationship as Polish–Italian brothe ...

                                               

Italy–Qatar relations

Then Qatari Emir Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani visited Italy on an official capacity in July 2005 and April 2012. Italian President Giorgio Napolitano became Italys first-ever leader to visit Qatar in November 2007. He held discussions with Qatars e ...

                                               

Italy–Romania relations

Italian-Romanian relations are foreign relations between Italy and Romania. Both countries established diplomatic relations on 21 April 1873. Italy has an embassy in Bucharest and five honorary consulates. Romania has an embassy in Rome, five gen ...

                                               

Italy–Russia relations

Russia has an embassy in Rome and consulates in Genoa, Milan and Palermo, and Italy has an embassy in Moscow, a consulate in Saint Petersburg, two consulte generals in Ekaterinburg and Kaliningrad, and two embassy branches in Samara and Volgograd ...

                                               

Italy–San Marino relations

Italy – San Marino relations are bilateral relations between Italy and San Marino. The two countries have had diplomatic relations since Italian unification.

                                               

Italy–Slovenia relations

Italian-Slovenian relations are foreign relations between Italy and Slovenia. The two countries share 199 km of border. Italy and Slovenia established diplomatic relations in 1992. Italy has an embassy in Ljubljana and a consulate in Koper. Slove ...

                                               

Italy–South Korea relations

Italy–South Korea relations are foreign relations between Italy and South Korea. Both countries established diplomatic relations on June 26, 1884. Italy has an embassy in Seoul. South Korea has an embassy in Rome.

                                               

Italy–Sweden relations

Italy–Sweden relations refers to the bilateral relationship between Italy and Sweden. The Ostrogoths, from the current Swedish region of Gotaland, were strongly linked, along with the Visigoths, to the fall of the Western Roman Empire and replaci ...

                                               

Italy–Switzerland relations

Diplomatic relations between Italy and Switzerland have traditionally been close and are currently governed by a complex set of treaties, of which Italy is a member). The two countries share a long border and three common languages Italian is one ...

                                               

Italy–Taiwan relations

Italy–Taiwan relations refers to bilateral relations between Italy and Taiwan. Relations have been conducted on an unofficial basis since Italy severed diplomatic relations with Taiwan on 6 November 1970 and established relations with the Peoples ...

                                               

Italy–Turkey relations

Italy-Turkey relations refer to relations between Italy and Turkey. Both countries are members of NATO and the Union for the Mediterranean and have active diplomatic relations.

                                               

Italy–United Kingdom relations

Italy–United Kingdom relations, also known as Anglo–Italian relations or Italo–British relations, are the international relations between the Italian Republic and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The Italian ambassador to ...

                                               

Italy–United States relations

Italy–United States relations are the bilateral relations between the Italian Republic and the United States of America. Italy and the United States enjoy warm and friendly relations. The United States has had diplomatic representation in the nat ...

                                               

Italy–Uruguay relations

Italian–Uruguay relations are foreign relations between Italy and Uruguay. Italy has an embassy in Montevideo and 4 honorary consulates in Colonia, Montevideo and Paysandu. Uruguay has an embassy in Rome, a general consulate in Milan and 4 honora ...

                                               

Italy–Venezuela relations

Italy–Venezuela relations refers to the diplomatic relations between Italy and Venezuela. Both nations enjoy friendly relations, the importance of which centers on the history of Italian migration to Venezuela. There are approximately over 140.00 ...

                                               

Italy–Vietnam relations

Bilateral relations between Italy and Vietnam is considered to be relatively strong and friendly. Italy maintains an embassy in Hanoi. Vietnam maintains an embassy in Rome.

                                               

Italy–Yemen relations

Italy–Yemen relations are refers to the current and historical relationship between Italy and Yemen. Yemen has an embassy in Rome. Italy has an embassy in Sanaa.

                                               

Italy–Yugoslavia relations

Italy–Yugoslavia relations are the cultural and political relations between Italy and Yugoslavia in the 20th century, since the creation of Yugoslavia in 1918 until its dissolution in 1992.

                                               

Commission v Italy (1968)

Commission v Italy C-7/68 is an EU law case concerning European Single Market, particularly free movement of goods. In this case, the European Commission asked Italy to abolish the tax on exportation of articles having an artistic, historic, arch ...

                                               

Ivory Coast–Mexico relations

Ivory Coast–Mexico relations refers to the diplomatic relations between Ivory Coast and Mexico. Both nations are members of the United Nations.

                                               

Ivory Coast–Russia relations

Ivory Coast–Russia relations is the bilateral relationship between Ivory Coast and Russia. Russia works on UN missions to help the people of Ivory Coast. The help is sometimes done from the Russian embassy in Abidjan, but is also done from the em ...

                                               

Ivory Coast–Soviet Union relations

Cote dIvoire–Soviet relations were the bilateral relations between Cote dIvoire and Soviet Union. Overall, the Ivorian-Soviet relations were sporadic and frosty as the Ivorian president Felix Houphouet-Boigny mistrusted the Soviet Union and had a ...

                                               

Ivory Coast–Spain relations

Ivory Coast–Spain relations are the bilateral and diplomatic relations between these two countries. Ivory Coast has an embassy in Madrid, and consulates in Barcelona, Bilbao, in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Malaga, Murcia, Oviedo, Seville, Tarrago ...

                                               

Ivory Coast–United States relations

US–Ivorian relations are bilateral international relations between the United States and Ivory Coast. Ivory Coast is one of the most pro-American nations in Africa and the world, with 85% viewing the U.S. favorably in 2002, and rising to a high o ...

                                               

United Nations Mission in Cote dIvoire

The United Nations Mission in Cote dIvoire was a peacekeeping mission whose objective was to facilitate the implementation of the Linas-Marcoussis Agreement, as well as establishing a military component to complement "the operations of the French ...

                                               

Jamaica–Mexico relations

Jamaica–Mexico relations refers to the diplomatic relations between Jamaica and Mexico. Both nations are members of the Association of Caribbean States, Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, Organization of American States and the Uni ...

                                               

Jamaica–Kenya relations

Jamaica and Kenya established relations in 1976. President Kenyatta made a state visit in August 2019. He met and held talks with Prime Minister Holness. Kenyatta was the main guest for the celebration of the 57th Independence Day Jamaica. Both l ...

                                               

Jamaica–Malaysia relations

Jamaica–Malaysia relations refers to bilateral foreign relations between Jamaica and Malaysia. Neither country has a resident ambassador. Both Prime Minister of Jamaica Portia Simpson Miller and Prime Minister of Malaysia Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, h ...

                                               

Jamaica–Trinidad and Tobago relations

Jamaica–Trinidad and Tobago relations are bilateral relations with current and historical relationship between Jamaica and the Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad and Tobago has a high commission in Kingston and Jamaica has a high commission in Port of ...

                                               

Jamaica–United States relations

The United States maintains close and productive relations with the Government of Jamaica. Former Prime Minister Patterson visited Washington, DC, several times after assuming office in 1992. In April 2001, Prime Minister Patterson and other Cari ...

                                               

Japan–European Union relations

Relations between the European Union and Japan date back to 1959. They have a strong trade relationship, particularly in investment flows. On 1 February 2019, the European Union–Japan Economic Partnership Agreement EPA, the worlds largest open ec ...

                                               

Japanese foreign policy on Southeast Asia

Japanese foreign policy toward Southeast Asia, the diverse region stretching from South Asia to the islands in the South Pacific Ocean, was in part defined by Japans rapid rise in the 1980s as the dominant economic power in Asia. The decline in E ...

                                               

Anti-Japaneseism

Anti-Japaneseism is a theory promoted by a faction of the Japanese New Left which radicalizes the Old Lefts Anti-Japanism.

                                               

Anti-Japanese sentiment in China

Anti-Japanese sentiment in China is an issue with modern roots. Modern anti-Japanese sentiment in China is often rooted in nationalist or historical conflict, particularly in Japans history textbook controversies. Japan seized concessions in area ...

                                               

Anti-Japanese sentiment in Korea

Anti-Japanese sentiment in Korean society has its roots in historic, cultural, and nationalistic sentiments. The first recorded anti-Japanese attitudes in Korea were effects of the Japanese pirate raids and the later 1592−98 Japanese invasions of ...

                                               

Japan–Kenya relations

Japan recognised Kenya soon after independence and in 1964 the Embassy of Japan in Nairobi was opened. In 1979, Kenyas embassy in Japan was opened. Nairobi now hosts one of the largest Japanese expatriate communities in Africa. There were 633 Jap ...

                                               

History of Japan–Korea relations

For over 15 centuries, the relationship between Japan and Korea was characterized by cultural exchanges, economic trade, political contact and military confrontations, all of which underlie their relations even today. During the ancient era, exch ...

                                               

Japan–Lithuania relations

Japan–Lithuania relations are the bilateral foreign relations between Japan and Lithuania. Japan has an embassy in Vilnius. Lithuania has an embassy in Tokyo. Japan was one of the few countries to recognize the Soviet occupation of the Baltic cou ...

                                               

Japan–Malaysia relations

Japan–Malaysia relations refers to bilateral foreign relations between the two countries, Japan and Malaysia. The earliest recorded historical relation between the two nations are the trade relations between the Malacca Sultanate and the Ryūkyū K ...

                                               

Japan–Maldives relations

Maumoon Abdul Gayoom, the former President of the Maldives, had visited Japan four times between 1984 and 2001. In 2014 Abdulla Yameen, the President of Maldives, met with Japanese Prime minister, Shinzo Abe in Tokyo. Maldives opened an embassy i ...

                                               

Japan–Malta relations

Japan–Malta relations refers to bilateral foreign relations between Japan and Malta. Their diplomatic relations were established in 1965. Malta has a consulate in Tokyo. Japan has an Embassy to Malta, which is part of the Embassy of Japan in Rome ...

                                               

Japan–Mexico relations

Japan–Mexico relations refers to the diplomatic relations between Japan and Mexico. Both nations are members of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, CPTPP, G-20 major economies, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and the Uni ...

                                               

Japan–Mongolia relations

Relations between Mongolia and Japan began in the 13th century, but the two countries had no formal, diplomatic interactions until the late 20th century.