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The Stockholm women's folk choir "Perunika" took part in the third edition of the multilingual Christmas concert "Christmas songs from the European Union" in Stockholm
The Stockholm women's folk choir "Perunika" took part in the third edition of the multilingual Christmas concert "Christmas songs from the European Union" in Stockholm
On December 12, 2022, the Swedish women's choir for Bulgarian folk songs "Perunika", with conductor Maestro Michael Deltchev, represented Bulgaria with a performance of the traditional Christmas song "A royal boy is saddling his horse" in the third edition of the multilingual Christmas concert "Christmas songs from the European Union". The concert, which...
21 December 2022
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Official launch of an information campaign on prevention of human trafficking

Official launch of an information campaign on prevention of human trafficking

On 15th November 2022 the Embassy of Bulgaria in Stockholm, together with the Embassies of Romania and Poland, participated in a panel discussion organized on the occasion of the official launch of the information campaign "Before You Go", aimed at raising awareness of human trafficking issues. The campaign is launched by the Secretariat of the Council of...
18 November 2022
Visit of a delegation of school principals from Sofia to Stockholm to study the good practices in the Swedish school system

Visit of a delegation of school principals from Sofia to Stockholm to study the good practices in the Swedish school system

On October 7, 2022, a delegation of school principals from Sofia paid a working visit to Stockholm aimed at studying the good practices of Sweden's education system. The delegation included school principals who have been awarded over the last years for their contribution to the development of the Bulgarian education system – 148th Primary School...
11 October 2022
The embassy part took part in the traditional marking of the European Day of Languages

The embassy part took part in the traditional marking of the European Day of Languages

For sixth consecutive year the Embassy of Bulgaria in Sweden took part in the traditional marking of the European Day of Languages – 26th September. This year's edition was held on September 27th at the European Commission and European parliament Representation in Stockholm in the original format of the initiative before the COVID-19 pandemic. The...
29 September 2022
Opening of the school year at the Bulgarian school in Stockholm

Opening of the school year at the Bulgarian school in Stockholm

The opening ceremony of the new school year at the Bulgarian Sunday School in Stockholm took place on Saturday, September 17th, 2022, at the cultural center in Sundbyberg. Greetings to the young pupils and their parents on the beginning of the school year were addressed by the director of the school – Ms Maria Kostadinova, and the Bulgarian ambassador...
19 September 2022
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Statement by the North Atlantic Council on the New START Treaty

Statement by the North Atlantic Council on the New START Treaty

NATO Allies agree the New START Treaty contributes to international stability by constraining Russian and U.S. strategic nuclear forces.  Therefore, we note with concern that Russia has failed to comply with legally-binding obligations under the New START Treaty.  Russia’s refusal to convene a session of the Bilateral Consultative...
03 February 2023
Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria

Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria

The ambassador of the Republic of North Macedonia in Bulgaria will be summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and will be handed a protest note with regard to a serious criminal act, committed against a citizen of the Republic of North Macedonia with a Bulgarian self-identification, who is also a secretary of the “Tsar Boris III”...
20 January 2023
Iran: Statement by the High Representative on behalf of the EU on the execution of Mr Alireza Akbari

Iran: Statement by the High Representative on behalf of the EU on the execution of Mr Alireza Akbari

The European Union condemns in the strongest terms the execution in Iran of Iranian-British national Alireza Akbari and recalls yet again its strong opposition against the application of capital punishment in any circumstance. The European Union offers its condolences to Mr Akbari’s family and expresses its full solidarity with the United Kingdom. The...
15 January 2023
Statement by NATO Foreign Ministers Bucharest, 29-30 November 2022

Statement by NATO Foreign Ministers Bucharest, 29-30 November 2022

1. We are gathered in Bucharest, close to the shores of the Black Sea, at a time when Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine threatens Euro-Atlantic peace, security, and prosperity.  Russia bears full responsibility for this war, a blatant violation of international law and the principles of the UN Charter.  Russia’s aggression,...
29 November 2022
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Посолство на Република България в Стокхолм, Швеция
Адрес: Karlavägen 29, 11431 Stockholm, Sverige
Телефон:
+46 8 20 25 27
+46 8 723 09 38
Работно време: 09:00-17:30 ч.
E-mail: [email protected]g, [email protected]

Консулска служба:

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Дежурен телефон за спешни случаи в извънработно време:
+46 707 797 155
E-mail: [email protected]

Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Stockholm, Sweden
Address: Karlavägen 29, 11431 Stockholm, Sverige
Telephone number:
+46 8 20 25 27
+46 8 723 09 38
E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]

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