Click on the links below to find out more about the diplomatic representations of the Principality of Liechtenstein around the world.
In 1919 Switzerland assumed the role of safeguarding Liechtenstein's interests and its citizens abroad at the request of the Liechtenstein government. In all countries in which Liechtenstein has no consular representation, Liechtenstein citizens can contact the Swiss representative office with regard to consular matters.
The Liechtenstein Government Directory is published by the Government Chancellery in Vaduz. It contains information on the organs of the State, the Head of State, Parliament, the Government, the Administration, and the courts. In addition, it provides information on the commissions and advisory councils, foundations and institutes under public law, and private companies in which the State is a stakeholder.