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  • Ambassadors issue a statement of support for Sofia Pride 2015
    19.06.2015

    We would like to convey our support to everyone who either actively participates in or backs this year’s Sofia Pride on 27 June 2015. Promoting the principle of equal treatment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people is an important aspect of a tolerant and respectful society. Sofia Pride is an opportunity to promote human rights and tolerance, celebrate diversity, and denounce homophobia. The Pride March also increases visibility for Bulgarian LGBTI people and sends an important message to thousands of gays and lesbians across the country – you are not alone. By signing this statement, we stress that any democratic society should stand up for open-mindedness toward LGBTI people. This is the 8th annual Sofia Pride and it focuses on countering discrimination and promoting LGBTI-inclusive education. In Pride events all across the world, gay and straight people come together for the principle that all citizens should have the same rights: to live, to love and to work without fear of discrimination. No one should ever be discriminated against on the grounds of sexual orientation or gender identity. We are yet to achieve this goal – discrimination still exists everywhere, including in Bulgaria. LGBTI-inclusive education will help promote understanding among future generations and prevent discrimination. We encourage Bulgarians to join the Sofia Pride March and to embrace LGBTI people as equal citizens, without prejudice or discrimination, and to promote LGBTI rights. We wish everyone a peaceful and happy celebration. Signatures:  H. E. Mr. Roland Hauser, Ambassador of Austria  H. E. Mrs. Anick Van Calster, Ambassador of Belgium  H. E. Mrs. Ljerka Alajbeg, Ambassador of Croatia  H. E. Mr. Stavros Avgoustides, Ambassador of Cyprus  H. E. Mr. Christian Kønigsfeldt, Ambassador of Denmark  H. E. Mr. Harri Salmi, Ambassador of Finland  H. E. Mr. Xavier Lapeyre de Cabanes, Ambassador of France  H. E. Mr. Detlef Lingemann, Ambassador of Germany  H. E. Mr. John Biggar, Ambassador of Ireland  H. E. Mr. Marco Conticelli, Ambassador of Italy  H. E. Mr. Jean Faltz, Ambassador of Luxemburg  H. E. Mr. Tom J.M. van Oorschot, Ambassador of the Netherlands  H. E. Mrs. Guro Katharina H. Vikør, Ambassador of Norway  H. E. Mrs. Vanessa Calvert, Ambassador of South Africa  H. E. Mr. José Luis Tapia Vicente, Ambassador of Spain  H. E. Mrs. Helena Pilsas Ahlin, Ambassador of Sweden  H. E. Mrs Emma Hopkins, Ambassador of the United Kingdom  H. E. Mrs. Marcie B. Ries, Ambassador of the United States of America

  • The Consulate is closed from May 29 - 31, 2014 
    28.05.2014

  • Avoid neo-Nazi rally in Sofia city centre late afternoon on Saturday February 15 2014
    12.02.2014

    The annual rally will be held to commemorate the assassination in 1943 of nationalist leader General Hristo Lukov.

  • The euthanasia of a giraffe at Copenhagen Zoo
    11.02.2014

    Copenhagen Zoo explains the euthansia of a giraffe 

  • The Prime Minister Forms New Cabinet
    05.02.2014

  • Interesting article in The Economist about Denmark as an agricultural giant
    14.01.2014

  • Information about the explosion in Burgas
    19.07.2012

    The embassy is not aware of any Danish Citizens involved in the explosion at Burgas Airport. On the website of the airport in Burgas it is announced that the airport will be closed until 18.00 today, so for those travelling expect delays.

  • European Cinema Days in Burgas
    10.07.2012

    Marking the 5th anniversary of Bulgaria's membership to the EU, the European Commission organizes a second edition of European Cinema Days over the period 17 – 31 July in Burgas.

  • Europe at work - The results of the Danish Presidency
    03.07.2012

    During the six months as President of the Council of the European Union about 250 agreements were reached, 54 ministerial meetings were held and the Presidency was certified as the first sustainable Presidency of the Council.

  • Focus Denmark June 2012
    27.06.2012

    Focus Denmark is published quarterly in English. The magazine brings articles, features and news about Danish competences, research, innovation and new products, as well as opportunities for investment or establishment in Denmark.

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