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Kuwait–Qatar relations

Kuwait–Qatar relations are the relations between the Qatar and Kuwait. Qatar has an embassy in Kuwait City while Kuwait maintains an embassy in Doha. Both countries are part of the Middle East region and share close cultural and historical ties. ...

Kuwait–Russia relations

Kuwait–Russia relations is the bilateral relationship between the two countries, Kuwait and Russia. Prior to the Gulf War, Kuwait was the only "pro-Soviet" state in the Persian Gulf region. Kuwait acted as a conduit for the Soviets to the other G ...

Kuwait–Saudi Arabia relations

Kuwait–Saudi Arabia relations are the relations between the State of Kuwait and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In the aftermath of World War I, King Ibn Saud wanted to annex Kuwait into Saudi Arabia. Border conflicts were fought in 1919–1920, in wh ...

Kuwait–Spain relations

Kuwait–Spain relations are the bilateral and diplomatic relations between these two countries. Kuwait has an embassy in Madrid. Spain has an embassy in Kuwait City.

Kuwait–United Arab Emirates relations

Kuwait – United Arab Emirates relations are the relations between the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait. The UAE has an embassy in Kuwait City while Kuwait maintains an embassy in Abu Dhabi and a consulate-general in Dubai. Both countries are part ...

Kuwait–United States relations

Kuwait – United States relations are bilateral relations between Kuwait and the United States. Kuwait is a designated major non-NATO ally of the United States. As of 2013, there were 5.115 international students of Kuwaiti origin studying in the ...

Kyrgyzstan-Turkmenistan relations

Kyrgyzstan has an embassy in Ashgabat and Turkmenistan has an embassy in Bishkek. Also the presidents of the mentioned countries has usual visits each other regarding to strengthening bilateral connections between Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan. One ...

Kyrgyzstan–Malaysia relations

Kyrgyzstan–Malaysia relations refers to foreign relations between Kyrgyzstan and Malaysia. Kyrgyzstan has an embassy in Kuala Lumpur, while Malaysia embassy in Tashkent, Uzbekistan is also accredited to Kyrgyzstan.

Kyrgyzstan–Russia relations

Whereas the other Central Asian republics have sometimes complained of Russian interference, Kyrgyzstan has more often wished for more attention and support from Moscow than it has been able to obtain. For all the financial support that the world ...

Kyrgyzstan–Spain relations

Kyrgyzstan–Spain relations are the bilateral and diplomatic relations between these two countries. Kyrgyzstan has no embassy in Spain or consulates Spain does not have an embassy in Kyrgyzstan but the embassy in Astana, Kazakhstan is headed for K ...

Kyrgyzstan–Tajikistan relations

Kyrgyzstan–Tajikistan relations refers to the bilateral diplomatic relations between the Republic of Tajikistan and the Kyrgyz Republic. Kyrgyzstan–Tajikistan relations have in recent years been tense. Refugees and antigovernment fighters in Taji ...

Kyrgyzstan–United States relations

The U.S. government provides humanitarian assistance, non-lethal military assistance, and assistance to support economic and political reforms. It also has supported the Kyrgyz Republics requests for assistance from international organizations. F ...

Kyrgyzstan–Uzbekistan relations

Kyrgyzstan–Uzbekistan relations refers to the bilateral diplomatic relations between the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Kyrgyz Republic. Uzbekistan dominates southern Kyrgyzstan both economically and politically, based on the large Uzbek populati ...

Laos–Pakistan relations

Laos–Pakistan relations are bilateral relations between Laos and Pakistan. They have friendly relations and mutually beneficial cooperation in political, economics and trade fields. In 2004 Pak PM Zafarullah Jamali visited Laos on an invitation o ...

Laos–Malaysia relations

During the collapse of the Communist Bloc, the Soviet Union could no longer afford aid for the development of Laos. This made Laos seek aid from other countries to help develop their country and has led the country to adopt a neutral foreign poli ...

Laos–Philippines relations

Formal relations between Laos and the Philippines were officially established on 14 January 1955. Relations between the two countries were said to have started during the early period of the Vietnam War. Operation Brotherhood, a joint internation ...

Laos–Russia relations

Laos–Russia relations refers to the current and historical relationship between Lao Peoples Democratic Republic and the Russian Federation. On 31 December 1991, Laos recognised the Russian Federation as the successor state to the Soviet Union, af ...

Laos–Soviet Union relations

Laos and the Soviet Union established diplomatic relations on 7 October 1960. The Laotian representative in France was accredited to the Soviet Union, and the Ambassador of the Soviet Union to Cambodia was accredited to Laos.

Laos–Spain relations

Laos and Spain share bilateral and diplomatic relations. Laos does not have embassy in Spain but his embassy in Paris is accredited for this country. Spain also has no embassy in Laos, performs its diplomatic duties with Laos through its embassy ...

Laos–United States relations

Laos – United States relations officially began when the United States opened a legation in Laos in 1950, when Laos was a semi-autonomous state within French Indochina. These relations were maintained after Lao independence in October 1953.

Latvia–Lithuania relations

Latvian–Lithuanian relations are bilateral international relations between Latvia and Lithuania. Latvia has an embassy in Vilnius, and Lithuania has an embassy in Riga. The ambassador to Lithuania is Einars Semanis, the ambassador to Latvia is An ...

Latvia–Poland relations

Latvia - Poland relations are foreign relations between Latvia and Poland. Poland recognised Latvias independence on 27 January 1921, at a time when the two countries had a common border. After the fall of the USSR, both countries re-established ...

Latvia–Russia relations

Latvia–Russia relations is the bilateral foreign relations between Latvia and Russia. Latvia has an embassy in Moscow and two consulates general: in Pskov and Saint Petersburg. Russia has an embassy in Riga and two consulates general: in Daugavpi ...

Latvia–Spain relations

Latvia–Spain relations are the bilateral and diplomatic relations between Latvia and Spain. Relationships are based on the countries membership in the European Union and NATO.

Latvia–Taiwan relations

Sino-Latvian relations date back to August 16, 1923 when the Republic of China recognized Latvia de jure. After the Soviet occupation of Latvia in 1940, the ROC is one of the few countries that did not recognize Latvias incorporation into the Sov ...

Latvia–United States relations

The United States established diplomatic relations with Latvia on July 28, 1922. The U.S. Legation in Riga was officially established on November 13, 1922, and served as the headquarters for U.S. representation in the Baltics during the interwar ...

Lebanon–Malaysia relations

Lebanon–Malaysia relations refers to bilateral foreign relations between Lebanon and Malaysia. Lebanon has an embassy in Kuala Lumpur, and Malaysia has an embassy in Beirut.

Lebanon–Mexico relations

Lebanon–Mexico relations refers to the diplomatic relations between Lebanon and Mexico. Both nations enjoy friendly relations, the importance of which centers on the history of Lebanese immigration to Mexico. Both nations are members of the Group ...

Lebanon–Russia relations

Lebanon–Russia relations are the bilateral relations between the Lebanese Republic and the Russian Federation. Lebanon has an embassy in Moscow. Russia has an embassy in Beirut. Both states have cordial relations.

Lebanon–Spain relations

Lebanon–Spain relations are the bilateral and diplomatic relations between these two countries. Lebanon has an embassy in Madrid, and Spain has an embassy in Beirut.

Lebanon–Syria relations

Lebanon–Syria relations were officially established in October 2008 when Syrian President Bashar Assad issued a decree to establish diplomatic relations with Lebanon for the first time since both countries gained independence from France in 1943 ...

Lebanon–United States relations

Lebanon–United States relations are bilateral relations between the Lebanese Republic and the United States of America. According to polling by the Pew Research Center, from 2002 to 2017, on average 44% of Lebanese people expressed a positive opi ...

Lebanon–Uruguay relations

Lebanon–Uruguay relations are foreign relations between Lebanon and Uruguay. Uruguay recognized Lebanons independence on November 22, 1943. Both countries established diplomatic relations on October 25, 1945. Both countries are members of the Gro ...

January 2015 Mazraat Amal incident

The January 2015 Mazraat Amal incident was an airstrike against a two-car convoy that killed six Hezbollah fighters, including two prominent members, and a general of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Mohammad Ali Allahdadi, at al-Amal Farms in t ...

December 2014 Rif Dimashq airstrikes

The December 2014 Rif Dimashq airstrikes were a series of aerial attacks made on targets in Syria on 7 December 2014. The targets were a military area in Al-Dimas and the Damascus International Airport area. According to the Syrian Observatory fo ...

Ain al-Hilweh

Ain al-Hilweh, also spelled as Ayn al-Hilweh and Ein al-Hilweh, is the largest Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon. It had a population of over 70.000 Palestinian refugees but swelled to nearly 120.000, as a result of influx of refugees from Syri ...

Beddawi refugee camp

Beddawi camp is a second camp in north Lebanon. It is located in the high region which is in front of Tripoli city. It has two entrances, one southward from the Al-qobi region and the other northward from Beddawi city. It was established in 1955 ...

Burj el-Shemali

Burj el-Shemali is a municipality located some 86 km south of Beirut and 3 km east of the Tyre/Sour peninsula, merging into its urban area. It is part of the Tyre Union of Municipalities within the Tyre District of the South Governorate of Lebano ...

Mieh refugee camp

Mieh refugee camp is a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon, located on the outskirts of Mieh village in the hills 4 kilometers east of the southern city of Sidon. The original refugees in the camp generally came from Saffourieh, Tiereh, Haifa and ...

Saint Louis Castle

The Castle of Saint Louis, also known as Qalaat al Muizz or the Land Castle, is a ruined castle in Sidon, Lebanon. It was built in 1254 by French crusaders on the site of an earlier Fatimid fortress, and was altered a number of times until the 17 ...

Lebanon and the United Nations

The Lebanese Republic is one of the 51 founding members of the United Nations when it signed the United Nations Conference on International Organization in 1945. Lebanon has played the role and has participated as a non-permanent member in the Se ...

Lesotho–Russia relations

The Soviet Union and the Kingdom of Lesotho established diplomatic relations on 1 February 1980. The Soviet Ambassador to Mozambique was initially concurrently accredited to represent the Soviet Unions interests in Lesotho. Yuri Sepelev was appoi ...

Lesotho–South Africa relations

Lesotho–South Africa relations refers to the current and historical bilateral relations of South Africa and Lesotho. Lesotho, which is completely surrounded by South Africa, depends on South Africa for most of its economic affairs, and its foreig ...

Lesotho–Spain relations

Lesotho–Spain relations are the bilateral and diplomatic relations between these two countries. Lesotho does not have an embassy in Spain, but its embassy in London is accredited to Spain, He also has a consulate in Madrid. Spain does not have an ...

Lesotho–United States relations

The United States was one of the first four countries to establish an embassy in Maseru after Lesotho gained its independence from Great Britain in 1966. Since this time, Lesotho and the United States have consistently maintained positive bilater ...

Liberia–Libya relations

Liberia–Libya relations refer to the current and historical relationship between Libya and the Republic of Liberia. The history of these relations are in large part founded in Libyan despot Muammar Gaddafis desire to partner with the west African ...

Liberia–Sierra Leone relations

Liberia – Sierra Leone relations refers to the historical and current relationship between Liberia and Sierra Leone. The two countries signed a non-aggression pact in 2007 when Sierra Leonean President Ernest Bai Koroma took office. In January 20 ...

Liberia–Soviet Union relations

Liberia–Soviet relations were the bilateral relations between Liberia and Soviet Union. Contacts between the two countries were sporadic during the 1950s and 1960s, improved during the 1970s but became frosty in the 1980s.

Liberia–Spain relations

Liberia–Spain relations are the bilateral and diplomatic relations between these two countries. Liberia has no embassy in Madrid but his embassy in Paris is accredited for Spain but has two consulates in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Madrid. Spa ...

Libya–Tunisia relations

Libyan–Tunisian relations are longstanding between the two neighbouring North African Maghreb states, Libya and Tunisia. Being the two neighboring Maghreb nations with Berber and Arabic heritages, the relationship between the two is friendly but ...