Foreign relations of Bhutan

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This article is part of the series:
Politics and government of
Bhutan

Bhutan has diplomatic relations with 23 states.

In 1971, sponsored by India, Bhutan began to develop its foreign relations by joining the UN, though it has no diplomatic relations with any of the permanent members on the UN Security Council. In 1981, Bhutan joined IMF and World Bank, followed by the World Health Organisation and UNESCO in 1982. It is also an active member of SAARC. Bhutan is currently a member of 45 international organisations.[1]

Under Article 20 of the Constitution of Bhutan enacted in 2008, Bhutan's foreign relations fall under the purview of the Druk Gyalpo on the advice of the Executive, namely the Prime Minister and other Ministers of the Lhengye Zhungtshog including the Minister of Foreign Affairs.[2]

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