List of diplomatic missions of Barbados

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Location of (some) diplomatic missions of Barbados:
  Embassy or High Commission

This is a list of diplomatic missions of Barbados, excluding honorary consulates. The Caribbean island of Barbados has a modest diplomatic presence. Barbados has thirteen missions and consulates located abroad, with many of these missions accredited to other countries. There are four missions in the US, two in Canada and one each in the United Kingdom, Belgium, Switzerland, China, Cuba, Brazil, and Venezuela. There is also a network of honorary consulates in several cities across the world, including: Asia, Africa, Oceania, and both North and South America.[1] These honorary consuls work in close contact with Barbados' thirteen missions and consulates. In February 2020 the two Heads of Government for both Barbados and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago initialed several agreements including one which would see the sharing of various diplomatic chancery resources around the world.[2][3]


Embassy of Barbados in Washington, D.C.



High Commission of Barbados in London

Barbados Tourism Authority

The tourism authority of the Barbados Ministry of Tourism also maintains offices in the following locations.[4]

Multilateral organizations


  1. ^ List of Barbadian Honorary Consulates (as of September 2011), Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Barbados
  2. ^ Madden, Marlon (19 February 2020). "Rowley: Barbados and TnT to open joint embassies". Regional. Bridgetown: Barbados Today newspaper. Retrieved 18 March 2020. Bridgetown and Port of Spain have agreed to share diplomatic missions in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. The announcement was made on Monday by Prime Minister Mia Mottley and her Trinidadian counterpart Dr Keith Rowley ahead of the CARICOM mid-term summit which began here today. The Trinidadian prime minister said both countries agreed after exploring ways of effectively cooperating “in every possible area”. Dr Rowley announced: “Our discussions have taken us to a place of agreement where Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados have agreed to share some of our missions abroad.
  3. ^ Douglas, Sean (18 February 2020). "TT, B'dos to share embassies". News. Port of Spain, Trinidad: Trinidad and Tobago Newsday. Retrieved 18 March 2020. The Prime Minister said TT and Barbados will share some of their diplomatic missions, speaking at the signing of an energy treaty with Bajan Prime Minister Mia Mottley on Monday in Barbados. Mottley said hard times mean both nations must seek efficiency by collaborating in as many areas as possible. Rowley said both nations are stronger together and will to cooperate in every possible area, such as sharing some missions. “TT has a mission in Nigeria. Barbados is about to operationalise its mission in Ghana, where TT has significant interests. We also have interests in energy, commerce, culture and diplomacy. Where we have missions in that part of the world, TT and Barbados will enter into an MOU (to) share a mission a country. “Each country will have a larger number of footprints. Where TT is present in Nigeria and Barbados is not, we operationalise that mission as a TT and Barbados mission. Where Ghana has a Barbados mission, it will be operationalised as a TT and Barbados mission.” He said in Nigeria, a Bajan will serve under the TT high commissioner, and in Ghana a TT official will be second to the Bajan high commissioner.
  4. ^ Offices of the Barbados Tourism Authority