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Ekaterina Zaharieva Insists on Active Involvement of Women in Afghan Peace Process

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva stated Bulgaria’s support for the efforts to ensure peace in Afghanistan and insisted on the active involvement of women in intra-Afghan political negotiations. She spoke at a meeting with US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad. Ambassador...
30 July 2020 News
Bulgaria and Luxembourg Support Coordinated Opening of Borders

Bulgaria and Luxembourg Support Coordinated Opening of Borders

Bulgaria and Luxembourg support the coordinated opening of borders and there will be direct flights for tourists between the two countries three times a week starting 1 July. This was announced during the official visit to Luxembourg of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva. She not only met Foreign Minister Jean...
29 June 2020 News
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Announcement

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Announcement

With reference to the announced decision concerning the status of Istanbul’s Kariye Museum, which has triggered widespread outcry by the public and media and in view of its history as a place of worship spanning a thousand years and its extraordinary importance as a monument of cultural significance to both Christianity and Islam, we expect that...
21 August 2020 News
Bulgaria Asks Serbia for Information on Media Reports about Construction of Wall along the Border

Bulgaria Asks Serbia for Information on Media Reports about Construction of Wall along the Border

Acting on orders of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva, the Bulgarian Diplomatic Service asked the authorities of the Republic of Serbia for an explanation in light of Serbian media reports claiming that the government was planning to build a wall along Serbia’s border with Bulgaria. Special Envoy Ivan Petkov...
21 August 2020 News
Bulgaria Provides Humanitarian Assistance to Lebano

Bulgaria Provides Humanitarian Assistance to Lebano

Bulgaria sent assistance to Lebanon in view of the humanitarian crisis in Beirut after the powerful explosion at the port of Beirut on 4 August 2020. The donation was provided by the Bulgarian Red Cross with the cooperation of Ministry of Health, the Fire Safety and Protection of the Population Chief Directorate with the Ministry of Interior and other...
18 August 2020 News

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Warning for Travellers

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria by default publishes warnings for refraining from travelling only to regions where there are military operations (wars or civil wars in a particular country), with actual general security threat.

Publishing a general warning for travellers does not rest on any tragic events, rather on the evaluation of the general situation in the region, the state respectively, according to the available information that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has.

The partial warning for travellers applies only for a particular region in a specific country, rather than for the whole country.

Electronic Administrative Services

Through the e-services system of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bulgarian citizens who live outside the Republic of Bulgaria and want to renew their personal documents may submit an electronic application and pay electronically for this service. The receipt of the completed documents shall be made at a consular office of their choice under their chosen delivery conditions.

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