This is a list of diplomatic missions of Portugal. Portugal's diplomatic network is shaped by both its current interests in Europe and its historical linkages to its former colonies in Africa, South America and Asia. This is reflected in its choice of cities in Asia where Portugal has opened missions - there are Portuguese missions in Dili (but not in Kuala Lumpur), Macau (but not Hong Kong) and Goa (but not in Mumbai). Following the restoration of diplomatic relations with Indonesia in 1999, broken after the 1975 Indonesian invasion of East Timor, there is now an embassy in Jakarta.
Recently, the Portuguese government announced plans to close many of its consulates, particularly in France and the United States, where there are consulates in comparatively small cities such as New Bedford and Providence whose links to Portugal are based on receiving Luso-American immigrants in the nineteenth century. This met with opposition from many people of Portuguese origin in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, as well as Congressman Barney Frank.
The former Foreign Minister of Portugal, Luís Amado, proposed reprioritising its diplomatic network in order to deepen diplomatic engagement in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. He proposed closing missions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Kenya, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Peru, Serbia, Slovenia, Ukraine and Uruguay, and opening missions in Bahrain, Botswana, Equatorial Guinea, Jordan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Namibia, New Zealand, Philippines, Qatar, Syria, United Arab Emirates and Vietnam.