Russia's United Nations delegate woofed at Mexico's furry ambassador, while Saudi Arabia's rather cute representative eyed the meaty chum and wagged her tail.
No, you've not gone barking mad - this is the Dachshund United Nations - an art installation that playfully pokes fun at the world of diplomacy and politics.
It's the brainchild of Perth artist Bennett Miller who has created a wood-panel amphitheatre representing the UN's New York auditorium and regularly invites sausage dogs to play the part of diplomats.
The installation has toured parts of Australia and on Sunday it was outside Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Arts (MCA).
Despite the drizzle, dozens of dachshunds and their owners turned up and a large crowd gathered to watch the spectacle unfold.
Many of the sausage doggies had to wrap up in little jackets to keep warm, or shelter under umbrellas.
"They were all very sweet," an MCA spokesman said.
But some of the poochy delegates may have been a little nervous as they tried to solve the world's problems - such as which bones are the best to gnaw on, or which frisbies fly best.
We can say that not a single one left anything naughty on their seats.