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A. ACCREDITED CONSULAR OFFICES (CONSULAR CORPS) 

AUSTRIA
Hon. Consulate of Austria
P.O. Box 1027
416-A East Morris Street
LaConner, WA 98257
TEL: (360) 466-0252
FAX: (360) 466-0252
Elisabeth C. Steinacker-Chapman
Hon. Consul
chapmanlawps@aol.com


BELGIUM
Hon. Consulate of Belgium
2200 Alaskan Way, Suite 470
Seattle, WA 98121
TEL: (206) 728-5145
FAX: (206) 770-7923
H. Ronald Masnik
Hon. Consul
hrmasnik@hotmail.com 

CAMBODIA
Hon. Consulate of Cambodia
1818 Westlake Ave. N. #315
Seattle, WA 98109
TEL: (206) 217-0830
FAX: (206) 361-7888
Daravuth Huoth
Hon. Consul 
consul_huoth@diplomats.com


CANADA
Consulate General of Canada
1501 Fourth Avenue, Suite 600
Seattle, WA 98101-4328 
TEL: (206) 770-4060
FAX: (206) 443-9662
Peter Lloyd
Consul General
Peter.Lloyd@international.gc.ca

Sheila.Keizer@international.gc.ca

CROATIA
Hon. Consulate of Croatia
7547 S. Laurel Street
Seattle, WA 98178
TEL: (206) 772-2968
FAX: (206) 772-3487
Frank Brozovich, DDS
Hon. Consul
Fwbroz@comcast.net

CYPRUS
Hon. Consulate of Cyprus
5555 Lakeview, Suite 200
Kirkland, WA 98033
TEL: (425) 827-1700
FAX: (425) 889-0308
Vassos M. Demetriou
Hon. Consul
vmd@demetriou.net


ESTONIA
Hon. Consulate of Estonia
9133 View Avenue NW
Seattle, WA 98117
TEL: (206) 310-2153
Paul A. Raidna
Hon. Consul
Paulraidna@hotmail.com


ETHIOPIA
Hon. Consulate General of Ethiopia
P.O. Box 77447
Seattle, WA 98177
TEL: (206) 364-6401
Solomon Tadesse
Hon. Consul General
sosha@comcast.net

FINLAND
Hon. Consulate of Finland
17102 NE 37th Place
Bellevue, WA 98008
TEL: (425) 885-7320
FAX: (425) 671-0706
Matti Suokko Hon. Consul
matti.suokko@finlandsea.org


FRANCE
Hon. Consulate of France
World Trade Center
2200 Alaskan Way, Suite 490
Seattle, WA  98121-1684
TEL:  (206) 256-618
   
Jack A. Cowan

     
Hon. Consuljackc@faccpnw.org

Yannis Lambourdieve
Consular assistant
consul@faccphw.org 

GERMANY 
Hon. Consulate of Germany
7853 SE 27th Street, Suite 180
Mercer Island, WA 98040
TEL: (206) 230-5138
Petra Walker
Hon. Consul
Petrawwalker@gmail.com

HUNGARY
Hon. Consulate of Hungary
PO Box 578
Kirkland, WA 98083
TEL: (425) 739-0631
FAX: (425) 739-6931
Helen M. Szablya
Hon. Consul
szablyahj@aol.com


ICELAND
Hon. Consulate General of Iceland
5610 20th Avenue NW
Seattle, WA 98107
TEL: (206) 783-4100
FAX: (206) 784-8916
Jon Marvin Jonsson
Hon. Consul General
geirjonsson@yahoo.com

Geir Jonsson Hon. Vice Consul
5610 20th Ave N.W.
Seattle, WA 98107
TEL: (206) 783-4100

Geir@JonssonLaw.com

IRELAND
Hon. Consulate of Ireland
5819 St. Andrews Dr.
Mukilteo, WA 98275
TEL: (425) 290-7839
John Keane, Hon. Consul
JKeane@IrishConsulSeattle.com

ITALY
Hon. Consulate of Italy
23718 7th Ave. SE
Bothell, WA 98021
TEL: (206) 851-8023
FAX: (425) 489-0271
Franco Tesorieri, Hon. Vice Consulviceconsole@hotmail.com

JAMAICA
Hon. Consulate of Jamaica
8223 South 222nd St.
Kent, WA 98032
TEL: (253) 872-8950
FAX: (253) 872-8953
Enid L. Dwyer
Hon. Consul
edwyer7636@aol.com


JAPAN
Consulate General of Japan
601 Union Street, Suite 500
Seattle, WA 98101
TEL: (206) 682-9107
FAX: (206) 624-9097
www.cgjapansea.org
Mitsunori Namba
Consul General
cgassistant@cgjapansea.org

REPUBLIC OF KOREA
Consulate General
 of The Republic of Korea
2033 6th Avenue, Suite 1125
Seattle, WA  98121
TEL:  (206) 441-1014

Haryong Lee Consul Generalkcgseattle@gmail.com

LATVIA 
Hon. Consulate of Latvia
13517 69th Avenue S.E.
Snohomish, WA 98296 
TEL: (425) 773-0103
Stephen Zirschky
Hon. Consul
Stephenzirschky@hotmail.com


LITHUANIA
Hon. Consulate of Lithuania
5919 Wilson Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98118
TEL: (206) 725-4576
Vytautas V .Lapatinskas 
Hon. Consul
Vytasl@grybas.com


LUXEMBOURG
Hon. Consulate of Luxembourg
725 First Street South, Apt. 202
Kirkland, WA 98033
TEL: (425) 822-4607
Fred R. Cerf
Hon. Consul
Consulux@msn.com


MALTA
Hon. Consulate of Malta
P.O. Box 1104
Duvall, WA 98019
TEL: (425) 788-3120
FAX: (425) 696-9374
Amb. William H.Weiss 
Hon. Consul
Consulatewashington@hotmail.com

Web address:http://consulatewashington.tripod.com/

MEXICO
Consulate of Mexico
2132 Third Avenue
Seattle, WA  98121-2306
TEL:  (206) 448-3526 ext 112
Marisela Quijano Herrero
Acting Consul  
mquijano@sre.gob.mx

THE NETHERLANDS
Hon. Consulate of the Netherlands
40 Lake Bellevue 
Suite 100
Bellevue, WA 98005
or/ P.O. Box 554
Kirkland, WA 98083
TEL: (425) 637-3050 Admin#
TEL: (206) 954-1961
Peter Hageman
Hon. Consul
dhcseattle@aol.com
seattle@ncla.org etagratama@aol.com


NEW ZEALAND

Hon. Consulate of New Zealand
P.O Box 51059
Seattle, WA  98115

TEL: (206) 527-1896
Rachel Jacobsen, Hon. Consul

NZconsulseattle@gmail.com

NORWAY
Hon. Consulate of Norway
7301 Fifth Ave. NE, Suite A
Seattle, WA 98115
TEL: 206 284 2323
Kim Nesselquist
Hon. Consul
K.nesselquist@norway.com

RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Consulate General of
    
The Russian Federation
2001 6th Avenue, Suite 2323
Seattle, WA  98121

TEL:  (206) 728-1910
Yury Gerasin
Consul General 

consul@seanet.com
Nikolay Vinogradov
Deputy Con Gen
Nvinogradov@hotmail.com

SEYCHELLES
Hon. Consulate General of Seychelles
3620 S.W. 309th Street
Federal Way, WA 98023
TEL: (253) 874-4579
FAX: (253) 838-2787
Anne Lise Church
Hon. Consul General
Lisechurch@comcast.net

SPAIN
Hon. Consulate of Spain
4709 139th Ave. S.E.
Bellevue, WA 98006
TEL: (425) 237-9373
FAX: (425) 228-6239
Luis Esteban
Hon. Consul
Luis.f.bernaldez@boeing.com

SWEDEN
Hon. Consulate of Sweden
520 Pike Street Ste 2200
Seattle, WA 98101
TEL: (206) 467-8200
Lars Jonsson
Hon. Consul
Lars@stellar.com
Seattle@consulateofsweden.org


SWITZERLAND
Hon. Consulate of Switzerland
6920 94th Ave. SE
Mercer Island, WA 98040-5442
TEL: (206) 228-8110
FAX: (206) 236 8420
Philippe Goetschel
Hon. Consul
seattle@honorarvertretung.ch


TURKEY
Hon. Consulate General of Turkey
12328 NE 97th Street
Kirkland, WA 98033
TEL: (425) 739-6722
FAX: (425) 828-0571
John Gokcen
Hon. Consul General
john.u.gokcen@boeing.com

UGANDA
Hon. Consulate of Uganda
3226 Rosedale Street
Gig Harbor, WA 98335
TEL: (206) 571-9798
Bob Goff
Hon Consul
Goff@ugandaconsulate.com


UNITED KINGDOM
Hon. Consulate of United Kingdom
500 108th Ave NE Suite 1500
Bellevue, WA 98005
TEL: (425) 453-9400
Robert Cremin
Hon. Consul
Rcremin@esterline.com

UZBEKISTAN
Hon. Consulate General of Uzbekistan
800 Fifth Ave. Suite 4000
Seattle, WA 98104
TEL: (206) 625-1199
FAX: (206) 292-9736
Gary Furlong
Hon. Consul General
Uzbekconsulgeneral@gmail.com


B. FOREIGN ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS

Taipei Economic and Cultural Office
1 Union Square, Suite 2020
600 University Street
Seattle, WA  98101
TEL:  (206) 441-4586

Daniel Liao
Director General
daniel.liao@hotmail.com

Richard Lin
Director
hclin@mofa.gov.tw

Jason Huang
Director
cshuang@mofa.gov.tw

 

 

THE ROLE OF THE CONSUL
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The Consul is the official agent of a state within the territory of another state. In addition to protecting and representing the interests of the country and its citizens, the Consul must also foster the development of commercial, political, cultural, academic, technological, tourist and other relations between both nations.
 
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL MATTERS
In the modern socio-economic process, the designation of a Consul in a particular jurisdiction in the territory of another
state aims to establish a close relationship with the local
authorities within the political administration of that state. The mission of the Consul is to foster the development of close economic and commercial links between  states.

TOURIST MATTERS
 
The Consul promotes tourism activities and information.
 
INFORMATIVE MATTERS
 Consuls are responsible for obtaining complete and accurate information about the  the state. In addition, Consuls are responsible for remitting to the Embassy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs their analyses and evaluations of these matters. Consuls also provide similar information to entities, authorities and interested individuals in their jurisdictions. 
Consuls must carefully review and evaluate all information that appears in the mass media.
 
SCIENTIFIC, TECHNOLOGICAL AND ACADEMIC COOPERATION
The development of a country has a direct relation to the existing level of progress in the scientific and technological fields, as well as the level of academic excellence of its educational institutions. Therefore, assimilation of new technologies constitutes a matter of high priority for the development of the country.
In this regard, the Consuls must develop close connections within their jurisdictions with scientific, academic and industrial communities to assess the best possibility for cooperation  in specific fields and developing scientific and technological cooperation projects.

CONSULAR FUNCTIONS

Trade with other regions of the world has become an increasingly vital element in the economy of the United States. The machinery of this essential commerce is complicated by numerous restrictions, license requirements, quotas, and other measures adopted by the individual countries. Since the regulations affecting both trade and travel are the particular province of the consular service of the nations involved, reliable information as to entrance requirements, consignment of goods, details of transshipment, and, in many instances, suggestions as to consumer needs and preferences. 

 IMMUNITIES ACCORDED TO CONSULAR OFFICERS

Consular officers should be accorded their respective privileges, rights, and immunities as directed by international and domestic law. These foreign officials should be treated with the courtesy and respect befitting their positions. At the same time, it is a well established principle of international law that, without prejudice to their privileges and immunities, it is the duty of all persons enjoying such privileges and immunities to respect local laws and regulations. Unless otherwise provided under specific bilateral agreements, they are entitled to the limited immunities described in the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (VCCR), which contains the current expression of international law on the subject of the rights, privileges, and immunities of consular personnel. Furthermore, recognized consular officers who also are accredited as diplomatic agents at certain diplomatic missions enjoy full immunity under the provisions of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (VCDR).

Consular Officers

Article 43 of the VCCR states that the immunity to which consular officers are entitled relates only to acts arising in the exercise of consular functions. This limited form of immunity, generally referred to as "official acts immunity" or "functional immunity," must be asserted in court as an affirmative defense and is subject to court determination. It should be noted that civil actions relating to private contracts and damage arising from accidents caused by automobiles, vessels, or aircraft are specifically excepted from a claim of "official acts immunity" as are those based on private contracts. Although career consular officers enjoy only limited immunity from jurisdiction, Article 41 of the VCCR does grant them personal inviolability. Therefore, such individuals may not be arrested or detained pending trial, except in the case of a grave crime and pursuant to a decision of a competent judicial authority. Career consular officers can be identified by credentials issued by the U.S. Department of State, which bear its seal, the name of the officer, and title.

Families of Consular Officers

Family members of consular officers do not enjoy the same privileges and immunities with respect to the civil and criminal jurisdiction of the receiving state as do consular officers. However, they should be accorded appropriate courtesy and respect.

Consular Employees

Although foreign career consular employees are not listed in this publication, these individuals also are entitled to immunity from the civil and criminal jurisdiction of the receiving state as to official acts performed in the exercise of their consular functions, subject to court determination. They do not, however, enjoy personal inviolability and, thus, are not immune from arrest or detention.


 

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