After gaining independence from the Soviet Union, Adzhatia established relations with other European countries and other countries that became independent from the Soviet Union as well. Under president Miheĺ Pjotarśŭn no significant effort was made to move towards integration in the European Union or NATO, as he kept the relations with Moscow relatively warm. Adzhatia did not however join the Commonwealth of Independent Nations (CIS); it applied for membership in 2008, but integration in CIS was never finalised.

Adzhatia did join the United Nations and the Nordic Council in 2004, the Council of Europe followed in 2005 and FICTS in 2008. Adzhatia is also a member state of the OSCE, the North Atlantic Cooperation Council, the World Trade Organization, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

Relations with FICTS and FICT
Adzhatia became a member of the international organisation FICTS in 2008. Adzhatia's first ambassador to FICTS was mrs. Miheĺe Kapustineź-Ŏrħanen (ms. Miheĺe Ŏrħanen after her divorce in 2009); during the second half of 2009 she was the organisation's eighth Secretary General.

On 25 June 2011, a new treaty of Purikali was signed that founded the new international organisation FICT. At one point, FICT replaced FICTS entirely, so during a transitional period in 2011, the Adzhatian membership of FICTS was replaced by the membership of FICT. During this period, the ambassador to FICT remained ambassador to FICTS as well. The current ambassador to FICT is mr. Anatoĺ Bugănskie, who is also the ambassador to the kingdom of Kaupelan.

Although Adzhatia signed the treaty on 25 June 2011, it ratified it as late as 23 December, being the last founding country to do so. In September 2011 the government's collapse and the call for new elections meant that ratification of the Purikali Treaty was postponed until after the 19 November elections.

After the first FICT Council Meeting in April 2012, it became clear that some member states with different expectations of the organisation's purposes intended to split off and create a new organisation. Adzhatia expressed its wish to remain in FICT and join the talks about a new organisation.

In June 2012, the Purikali Treaty was replaced by the Ķsšor Treaty.
 

Ambassadors to FICTS and FICT

took office left office
1 Miheĺe (Kapustineź-)Ŏrħanen (f) 01 04 2008 01 06 2011
2 Slava Taŕvŭpa 01 06 2011 25 10 2011
3 Anatoĺ Bugănskie 25 10 2011 incumbent

Relations with the Exumbran Convention
Adzhatia co-founded the so called Exumbran Convention in August 2012. Adzhatia's first Permanent Representative in the Permanent Preparational Office of the Convention is mr. Bohatiŕ Kerećei, who was appointed as of 1 September 2012.
 

Permanent Representatives to the Exumbran Convention

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1 Bohatiŕ Kerećei 01 09 2012 incumbent

The Exumbran Convention has a Parliament, five seats of which are occupied by Adzhatians. Since the last elections for the Exumbran Parliament in December 2012, the following persons have been its Adzhatian members:
 - Pavoĺ Obak (S)
 - Măććeib Ŭriuć (f, S)
 - Juŕ Kandercei (N)
 - Ħristine Siršicei-Vladimirskie (f, A)
 - Astrid Laśćak-Timośenka (f, Ĕ)

 


Incomplete list of incumbent Adzhatian ambassadors
 

Mission

Ambassador since
Australia Vadim Peliakŏv 01 09 2011
Chimor Źurvaś Boćteniŕek 01 05 2012
China (incl. Amargo) Vadim Śerħcek 01 04 2013
Egypt (incl. Harrawi, Tarmorya) Ćĕnza Baśvoŕ 01 09 2011
European Union Miheĺe Ŏrħanen (f) 01 09 2011
Exumbran Convention (incl. Kronenburg) Bohatiŕ Kerećei 01 09 2012
Forum for International Cooperation and Trade Anatoĺ Bugănskie 25 10 2011
Finland Grigeŕ Vladimirskie 01 01 2012
Guelphia Kaje Tašok-Eiźei (f) 01 05 2015
Huenan (incl. Dhram Phį) Juvan Kervik 01 12 2012
Īle de Romanhe Ĺŭdmiĺĺe Brăćtħuńek (f) 01 09 2012
Japan (incl. Khusqaikama) Ćĕnzid Massuk-Băŕ (f) 01 05 2015
Kaupelan Konstantiń Govorŏv 01 09 2015
Kazakhstan Julije Erkeśŭn (f) 01 09 2015
Norway Ăŕva Pavelśŭn 01 09 2011
Romania (incl. Pannonia, bg, hr, si, hu) Kaje Pavoĺei-Jeŕŕa (f) 01 01 2016
Russia Nikole Bohatirskie (f) 01 09 2012
Southern Europe (non-EU: former YU, Alb., Vosk) Sardźia Kostŭćvei 01 12 2011
Sweden Ŏdvakeŕ Śŭndzeħei 01 05 2015
Tanzania (incl. Kpwahele & Nɣurumba, MAS) Erkŏh Bĕŕćek 01 05 2015
United States of America Viktoŕ Ŕiveiźa 01 09 2015
Vietnam (incl. Laos, Cambodia) Feliks Ošŭrma 01 05 2015
Yukland Taććane Ŭććak-Berisĕvskie (f) 01 01 2012
Yutyrama (incl. New Courland) Ilone Vărăćħei-Jŭrkanen (f) 01 12 2012