Panama–Russia relations

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Panama-Russia relations


Embassy of Panama in Moscow

Panama–Russia relations are the bilateral relationships between the two countries, Panama and Russia. Panama has an embassy in Moscow. Russia has an embassy in Panama. Both countries are full members of the United Nations.

According to Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, about 1,000 Russian citizens live in Panama (both permanently and temporarily).[1]


During the Cold War era, there was a significant amount of contacts between the USSR and the People's Party of Panama.[2]

In November 1988, the USSR joined the 1977 Protocol on the neutrality of the Panama Canal, becoming the 36th signatory to the agreement.[2]

Diplomatic relations between the USSR and Panama were established on March 29, 1991.[2]

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  1. РОССИЙСКО-ПАНАМСКИЕ ОТНОШЕНИЯ (Russia-Panamanian Relation) (Russian)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Adams, Jan S. (1992), A Foreign Policy in Transition: Moscow's Retreat from Central America and the Caribbean, 1985-1992, Duke University Press, pp. 153–160, ISBN 082231293X<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>