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Main information — satellite-based tolling system in Bulgaria
Main information — satellite-based tolling system in Bulgaria
As from 1 March 2020, road vehicles with a total technically permissible maximum weight exceeding 3,5 tonnes circulating on paid road sections in Bulgaria will have to pay for their use distance-based road charges – toll. The toll replaces the electronic vignette for heavy vehicles and buses. The toll for 1 km is differentiated according to the...
14 February 2020
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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...
01 May 2019
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Introduction of e-vignette and toll in Bulgaria

An electronic system (e-vignette and toll), as a modern way of charging for the use of the national road network, is introduced in Bulgaria as of 1 January 2019.
In the attached file, you will find more information on where and how you can buy E-Vignette and how to convert your paper vignette to an electronic one.

04 January 2019
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Information regarding amendments to the Law on the Roads of the Republic of Bulgaria and possible difficulties in the processing of passengers traffic at the Border Checkpoints of the Republic of Bulgaria in the period June-September 2017

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria would like to inform that, considering the recent amendments to the Law on the Roads of the Republic of Bulgaria, vehicles entering the Republic of Bulgaria without a valid vignette fee document, may only continue their journey after paying the necessary fee for the respective category at the...
09 May 2017
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Nickolay Mladenov held talks with his Moldovan counterpart

Bulgaria supports the European perspective of Moldova and welcomes the action plan on visa issues and negotiations on the creation of a deep and comprehensive free trade area (DCFTA). This became clear after a meeting between Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nickolay Mladenov and his Moldovan counterpart Iurie Leanca. Mladenov said that in the interim,...
07 November 2011
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Position of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Position of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Regarding media reports that Bulgaria has supported "controversial gender concepts" in a UN resolution, we state that with instructions from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of November 2021, during the 76th session of the UN General Assembly the Republic of Bulgaria has supported the adoption of the "Strengthening the role of the UN in promoting periodic...
19 January 2022
Minister Teodora Genchovska in Skopje: “We must increase mutual trust between us and achieve results”

Minister Teodora Genchovska in Skopje: “We must increase mutual trust between us and achieve results”

The Minister of Foreign Affairs Teodora Genchovska met with her counterpart from the Republic of Northern Macedonia, Bujar Osmani, in Skopje during the visit of the official delegation led by the Prime Minister of Bulgaria Kiril Petkov. During the meeting, Minister Genchovska congratulated Buyar Osmani on his re-election and wished him success, expressing...
19 January 2022
30 years ago Bulgaria recognized the independence of the Republic of Northern Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia and Croatia

30 years ago Bulgaria recognized the independence of the Republic of Northern Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia and Croatia

Today, 30 years ago, the Republic of Bulgaria made the historic decision to be the first in the world to support the aspirations for sovereignty and independence of the Republic of Northern Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Our country was also among the first countries to recognize the independence of Slovenia and Croatia.Over the years, Bulgaria has...
15 January 2022
Ukraine: Declaration by the High Representative on behalf of the European Union on the cyberattack against Ukraine

Ukraine: Declaration by the High Representative on behalf of the European Union on the cyberattack against Ukraine

The European Union strongly condemns the cyberattack against Ukraine on 14 January. This cyber-attack against the Ukrainian government websites is unacceptable. Such actions aim at destabilizing Ukraine and spreading disinformation and could contribute to further escalation of the already tense situation. Ukraine has reacted quickly and decisively to the...
14 January 2022
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Посолство на Република България в Букурещ, Румъния
Адрес: Bucuresti, sector 1, str. Rabat  nr. 5
Тел.: +40 21 230 21 50; +40 21 230 21 59
Факс: +40 21 230 7654
Дежурни телефони в извънработно време: +40 21 230 21 50; +40 21 230 21 59
Е-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.mfa.bg/embassies/romania
 

Консулска служба
Адрес: Bucuresti, sector 2, str. Vasile Lascar  nr. 32
Тел.: +40 21 318 79 78
Факс: +40 21 318 79 79
Е-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.mfa.bg/embassies/romania

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Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria
Address: Bucuresti, sector 1, str. Rabat  № 5
Telephone:
+40 21 230 21 50
+40 21 230 21 59
Fax: +40 21 230 7654
Оut-of-hours  hotlines:
+4021 230 21 50;
+4021 230 21 59
Office hours:
Mon - Fri,  09.00 - 17.00 h
Е-mail: [email protected]
Consular service
Address: Bucuresti, sector 2, str. Vasile Lascar № 32
Telephone: +40 21 318 79 78
Fax: +40 21 318 79 79
Office hours:
Mon - Fri, 09.00 - 17.00 h
Visas: 10.00 - 12.00 h
Legalisations: 14.00 - 16.00 h
Е-mail: [email protected]

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