New Zealand Permanent Mission Geneva, Switzerland

Contact us

Twitter @NZUNGVA

Telephone: +41 (0) 22 929 0350
Fax: Consulate General  +41 (0) 22 929 0377
Fax: Permanent Mission to the United Nations and World Trade Organisation +41 (0) 22 929 0374

Postal Address
Case Postale 334
1211 Geneva 19

Physical Address
New Zealand Permanent Mission and Consulate General
2 chemin des Fins
1218 Grand-Saconnex

To visit the Mission by public transport take trolley bus number 3 in the direction of Gardiol from the 22 Cantons stop near Gare Cornavin railway station and alight at the bus stop “Maisons des Parlements”. The intersection for Chemin des Fins is next to the bus stop. There is no public car parking available at the Mission.

Office Hours
Monday to Friday 0830–1230 hrs. 

In 2015 the Mission is closed on the following public holidays:

  • Thursday 1 January
  • Friday 2 January
  • Thursday 2 April
  • Friday 3 April 
  • Monday 6 April
  • Thursday 14 May
  • Friday 15 May
  • Monday 25 May
  • Thursday 10 September
  • Friday 25 December
  • Monday 28 December 
  • Tuesday 29 December - Thursday 31 December

In an emergency outside of office hours, telephone +41 (0) 22 929 0389. Routine enquiries will be answered only during working hours.

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