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Bulgaria–Spain relations

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Bulgaria–Spain relations

Bulgaria–Spain relations
Map indicating locations of Bulgaria and Spain



Bulgaria–Spain relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and Spain. Both countries established diplomatic relation on 8 May 1910. Relations were severed in 1946 and were restored in 1970 at the level of Consular Office and Trade Mission. Since 27 January 1970, the diplomatic relations were elevated to embassy level. Bulgaria has an embassy in Madrid and an honorary consulate in Barcelona. Spain has an embassy in Sofia.

Both countries are full members of the NATO and of the European Union.

Royal visits to Bulgaria

  • (expected) July 2013 - Delegation from Vigo (Galicia, Spain) headed by A.Yllera - Sofia, Plovdiv and Pleven.

See also

External links

  • Bulgarian embassy in Madrid
  • Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs about relations with Bulgaria (in Spanish only)
  • Spanish embassy in Sofia (in Bulgarian and Spanish only)
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