The Prime Ministers noted with satisfaction the progress achieved in the relations between the two countries furthermore enhanced today with new bilateral agreements.​​

 Israel and Bulgaria hold joint consultations

 

PM Netanyahu with the Bulgarian delegation (Photo: GPO)

On 11 September, 2012, the Governments of the Republic of Bulgaria and the State of Israel held intergovernmental consultations. The Prime Minister of Bulgaria, Mr. Boyko Borissov, and the Prime Minister of Israel, Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu, note with satisfaction the progress achieved in the relations between the two countries furthermore enhanced today with new bilateral agreements. The Prime Ministers emphasize their determination to further strengthen the relations between the Governments of Israel and Bulgaria and their cooperation in a wide range of areas of strategic importance.

Israeli-Bulgarian Intergovernmental Consultations – Joint Statement

Signing documents

  1. AGREEMENT- Cooperation on the field of Information Technology and Communication
    Signed by Ministers of Communications
  2. PLAN OF COOPERATION – The Field of Health Care and Medical Science
    Signed by Ministers of Health
  3. PROGRAM OF CULTURAL, EDUCATIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION
    Signed by Foreign Minister and Deputy Foreign Minister
  4. AGREEMENT – Gainful occupation for family members of a diplomatic mission or consular post
    Signed by Foreign Minister and Deputy Foreign Minister
  5. JOINT STATEMENT
    Signed by Prime Ministers

Documents signed on bilateral meetings:

1. Declaration of intent between the Minister of Interior of the Republid of Bulgaria and the Minister of Public Security of the State of Israel

2. Bilateral Defence Co-operation Programme between the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Ministry of Defence of the State of Israel for 2013

 ​Opening statement by PM Netanyahu at the joint press conference with Bulgarian PM Borissov​​