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International Emergency Contact List

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23 January 2019

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International Emergency Contact List

This document provides a list of contact details for consular departments, ministries of foreign affairs, and crisis units around the world. Many of these numbers are for emergency use only and anyone seeking to validate these details or make non-urgent queries should visit the relevant website for the country in question to ensure that the correct contact number or email address is used.


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