Russia–South Africa relations

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Russia-South Africa relations
Map indicating locations of Russia and South Africa


South Africa

Russia–South Africa relations (Russian: Российско-южноафриканские отношения) are foreign relations between Russia and South Africa. Diplomatic relations were established between both countries on February 28, 1992, but due to the relations of the Russian Federation with the United States of America being in a state of jeopardy after the cold-war, the Russia-South Africa relations have deteriorated. Russia has an embassy in Pretoria and a consulate-general in Cape Town. South Africa has an embassy in Moscow.

See also

External links

  • (in Russian) Documents on the Russia – South Africa relationship from the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Embassy of Russia in Pretoria
  • South African Department of Foreign Affaires about the relation with Russia
  • (in English) (in Russian) Embassy of South Africa in Moscow
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