From the Vatican to Israel, several new Bulgarian ambassadors take office

The month of June 2019 has seen several newly-appointed Bulgarian ambassadors present their credentials, in posts ranging from Ireland to Israel, the Vatican, Malta, Moldova and Mauritania.

Gergana Karadzhova presents to her credentials to the President of Ireland, Michael Higgins.
Evgeni Stoychev and the President of Moldova, Igor Dodon.
Todor Stoyanov, Bulgaria’s ambassador to Italy, presents his credentials as ambassador to Malta to President Georg Vella.
Slavena Gergova, Bulgaria’s new ambassador to Mauritania, with President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz.
Bogdan Patashev, Bulgaria’s ambassador to the Holy See, presents his credentials to Pope Francis.
Roumyana Buchvarova, Bulgaria’s ambassador to the State of Israel, presents her credentials to the head of state protocol, Meron Ruben.

(Photos via the Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs)





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