Telkhug Ēkdŭn Embassies

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Telkhug Ēkdŭn maintains embassies and foreign missions in only a few countries. Embassies (Ēkūtŭşħjan, sing. Ūtŭşħjan) are not to countries, but TĒ is a special member of the Assembly of Nations and uses embassies to represent itself at some (but not all) of the organisations affiliated to the AN. It also has embassies to international institutions such as universities and non-government agencies. TĒ claims 'non-territoriality' over most of its embassies, whereby the land on which the embassy is built is not sovereign territory of the nation it occupies. This is a parallel but opposite situation to the embassies of most other countries which claim sovereignty over the site of foreign embassies.

For information on establishing diplomatic relations with Telkhug Ēkdŭn, please feel free to go to Talk:Telkhug Ēkdŭn and comment.

Key:

  • Country - Nation where the Ūtŭşħjan is located
  • Embassy to - Body at which Telkhug Ēkdŭn makes representation or contact
  • Representative - Name of the current representative ('ambassador')
  • Location - City of embassy location with map link
  • Remarks


Country Embassy to Ambassador Location Remarks


GobrassanyaFlag01.png Gobrassanya Arksbury International University and archives Code91K-MP Gobras City[[1]] <1ha embassy built 1973. Helipad, communications.
Kalm flag.svg Kalm International Criminal Court Code92K-RZ Nerschach New embassy under construction 2015. Helipad, communications, allotments, dodo enclosure.
Flsg.jpg Pretany Assembly of Nations Code98R-ŬI Duchy of St. Richards [[2]] 5ha embassy built 1966-1968. Helipad, communications, power generation, allotments, dodo enclosure.
Rusky.jpg Antigo Antigoan government Antigo City map Built in 2008 soon after ties were established.
Work in progress This list is incomplete. It will be expanded in the future.