EMBASSY OF GRENADA
The Embassy of Grenada in Moscow, Russia is the diplomatic mission that represents Grenada in the Russian Federation and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), protecting the interests of the Government and people of Grenada.
The Embassy negotiates with the host government and promotes friendly relations between Grenada, Russian Federation and the CIS member states, developing economic, cultural and scientific relations.
The Embassy also provides Consular Services for Grenadian nationals and those wishing to visit or immigrate to Grenada.
The Embassy functions within the terms of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Missions, adopted under the United Nations on April 18, 1961; entered into force on April 24, 1964.
- Download the Grenada Constitution Order of 1973
- Download the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations
- Phone: +7 (495) 241-01-11
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Embassy and the residence of the Ambassador are located in the historical Golitsyn mansion on Povarskaya Street in the centre of Moscow.
Mansion was built between 1885 and 1888, commissioned by Prince Golitsyn. The project was developed by the famous architect Adolf Erichson.
The Embassy of Grenada was opened in Moscow on August 1, 2017 as the first diplomatic mission of Grenada to the Russia.
From 1979 – 1993, the Embassy of Grenada to the USSR was located in Moscow on October Square at 7 Dobryninskaya Street, Suite 221.