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Guide to the Media accredited to cover the visit of Pope Francis to Bulgaria
Guide to the Media accredited to cover the visit of Pope Francis to Bulgaria
Receipt of Badges: The distribution of the special accreditation for the media to cover the apostolic journey of Pope Francis in Bulgaria will be done on 2 May 2019, within the timeframes specified below (only in these time slots). The badges that will be provided are personalized – named and non-transferable, i.e. they cannot be used for access by...
02 May 2019
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Ambassador Yuri Sterk visited the Bulgarian community in Haifa

On November 22, 2011 the Bulgarian Ambassador to Israel, Yuri Sterk and his wife Radiona Nikova met with the leadership of the Organization of Jewish Immigrants from Bulgaria in Haifa and the North and with other members of the Bulgarian Jewish community in the city of Haifa. The visit took place at the invitation of Mr. Harry Sessler, a prominent friend...
25 November 2011
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AMBASSADOR YURI STERK VISITED THE JERUSALEM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

On November 21, 2011 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Bulgaria to Israel, Yuri Sterk and  the Counselor for trade and economic issues at the Bulgarian Embassy Vladimir Velkov, visited the Jerusalem Chamber of Commerce at the invitation of its President, Uri Halfon. During the visit the Bulgarian diplomats met with executives of...
23 November 2011
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BULGARIAN AMBASSADOR VISITS HAIFA

On October 4, 2011 the Ambassador of Bulgaria to Israel, H.E. Mr. Yuri Sterk, visited the city of Haifa at the invitation of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Haifa and the North. Ambassador Sterk, accompanied by Trade and Economic Counselor Vladimir Velkov, met with President Gad Shaefer and other senior members of the Chamber of Trade and...
04 October 2011
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BULGARIA STRONGLY CONDEMNS THE TERRORIST ATTACKS IN SOUTHERN ISRAEL

Bulgaria strongly condemns the series of terrorist attacks perpetrated today in Southern Israel that resulted in death and injury of many innocent people. I express my sincere condolences to the families of the victims and my sympathy for their pain and suffering. We believe that violence and terrorism can not bring peace to the Middle East. Such...
19 August 2011
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13 countries, including Bulgaria, issue a declaration for faster European integration of the Western Balkans

13 countries, including Bulgaria, issue a declaration for faster European integration of the Western Balkans

The Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva, together with the ministers of 12 other EU Member States, urged for the speeding up of the European integration of the Western Balkans. The thirteen Ministers (Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Italy, Malta, Austria, Croatia, Slovenia,...
11 June 2019
Statement of MFA regarding the so-called parliamentary elections in Tskhinvali / South Ossetia region

Statement of MFA regarding the so-called parliamentary elections in Tskhinvali / South Ossetia region

Republic of Bulgaria upholds its principled position in full support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia within its internationally recognized borders and does not recognize the self-proclaimed so-called "Republic of Abkhazia" and "Republic of South Ossetia". In this context, the Republic of Bulgaria does not recognize the holding on...
10 June 2019
Ekaterina Zaharieva congratulates Bulgarian community in Barcelona on consulate opening

Ekaterina Zaharieva congratulates Bulgarian community in Barcelona on consulate opening

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva congratulated the Bulgarian community in Barcelona and acknowledged the Bulgarian expats’ proactive civic stand that led to the scheduled opening of a staff consulate in that Spanish city on August 1. ‘I wish to specifically acknowledge your civic stand that made possible...
22 May 2019
General Affairs Council discusses external action aspects of next Multiannual Financial Framework

General Affairs Council discusses external action aspects of next Multiannual Financial Framework

Deputy Foreign Minister Emilia Kraleva took part in a regular meeting of the General Affairs Council in Brussels on May 21. The next Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) and the preparations for the European Council meeting in June were the key topics on the meeting’s agenda. The discussion of the MFF for 2021-2027 focused on its external action...
21 May 2019
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Посолство на Република България в Израел
Адрес: 21, “Leonardo da Vinci” str., Tel Aviv 64733, Israel
Консулска служба
Приемно време
от понеделник до четвъртък – от 10.00 ч. до 13.00 ч.
петък – 10.00 ч. – 12.30 ч.

Внимание!
Консулската служба при посолството работи с предварително записани часове.
Телефони 
от 9:00 до 17:30 ч.: + 972 3 696 13 78
от 9:00 до 9:30 ч. и от 14:00 до 17:30 ч.: + 972 3 696 13 61
Спешна линия:
+972 547640089
+972 545954379
E-mail: Embassy.TelAviv@mfa.bg; bulgaria.embassy.telaviv@gmail.com(вторият ел. адрес - за съобщения на иврит)

Информация за консулски услуги, приемно време, консултации и контакти с КС в Тел Авив можете да осъществите чрез ел. поща - Consulate.TelAviv@mfa.bg

Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Israel
Address: 21, “Leonardo da Vinci” str.,Tel Aviv 64733, Israel
Telephone: +972 3 696 13 78
Consular Section
Office hours
Monday - Thursday - 10:00 – 13:00
Friday - 10:00 - 12:30

ATTENTION!
Every visit to the Consular Section requires earlier registration.
Telephones
9:00 - 17:30: +972 3 696 13 78
9:00 -9:30  and 14:00 -17:30: +972 3 696 13 61
Emergency number:
+972 547640089
+972 545954379
Consular Section: +972 36961361
E-mail: Embassy.TelAviv@mfa.bg; bulgaria.embassy.telaviv@gmail.com(the latter - for messages in Hebrew) 

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