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Zlatni Pyasatsi Cove

Zlatni Pyasatsi Cove is the 1.4 km wide cove indenting for 1.1 km the southeast coast of Elephant Island, South Shetland Islands in Antarctica southwest of Trifonov Point. The feature is" named after the freezer vessel Zlatni Pyasatsi of the Bulg ...

Znepole Ice Piedmont

Znepole Ice Piedmont is the glacier extending 13 km in northwest-southeast direction and 7.5 km wide on Trinity Peninsula in Graham Land, Antarctica. It lies south of Victory Glacier and northeast of Dreatin Glacier, and is bounded by Kondofrey H ...

Zograf Peak

Zograf Peak rises to 1.011 m at the northeastern extremity of the Friesland Ridge in the Tangra Mountains, Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. The peak is heavily glaciated and crevassed, with precipitous and partly ice-f ...

Zornitsa Cove

Zornitsa Cove is the 7 km wide cove indenting for 3.1 km the north coast of Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. Entered between Rowe Point and Scesa Point on the west side of Ioannes Paulus II Peninsula. Bulgarian mapping ...

Zverino Island

Zverino Island is the largest and westernmost island in the Meade group lying in the north entrance to McFarlane Strait in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. It is extending 1.2 km by 700 m, with surface area of 48 hectares, and is snow-free ...

Bulgaria–Croatia relations

Bulgarian-Croatian relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and Croatia. Both countries established diplomatic relations on August 13, 1992. Bulgaria has an embassy in Zagreb since 1994. Croatia has an embassy in Sofia since 1992. Both co ...

Bulgaria–Cyprus relations

Bulgaria–Cyprus relations are the close diplomatic relations between Cyprus and Bulgaria. Bulgaria was one of the first countries to recognise Cypriot independence in 1960, leading to the celebration of 50 years of diplomatic relations between th ...

Bulgaria–Czech Republic relations

Bulgaria–Czech republic relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. Diplomatic relations between Bulgaria and Czechoslovakia were established on September 27, 1920, after ratification of Neuilly treaty. They were seve ...

Bulgaria–Denmark relations

Bulgarian-Danish relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and Denmark. Bulgaria has an embassy in Copenhagen and two honorary consulates. Denmark has an embassy in Sofia.

Bulgaria–Germany relations

Bulgaria–Germany relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and Germany. Bulgaria has an embassy in Berlin, a general-consulate in Munich and an office in Bonn. Germany has an embassy in Sofia. As EU members, the Bulgarian government views ...

Bulgaria–Greece relations

Bulgaria–Greece relations refer to bilateral relations between Bulgaria and Greece. Due to the strong political, cultural and religious ties between the two nations, the majority of Bulgarians and Greeks practice the Eastern Orthodox faith, Greec ...

Bulgaria–Holy See relations

Bulgaria–Holy See relations were formally established only in 1990, shortly after the fall of the Bulgarian communist government. Since then, Bulgaria and the Holy See have had an increase in relations, with Pope John Paul II visiting the country ...

Bulgaria–India relations

Bulgaria–India relations are the international relations that exist between the Republic of Bulgaria and the Republic of India. Bulgaria has an embassy in New Delhi and honorary consulates in Hyderabad, Kolkata and Mumbai. The embassy is jointly ...

Bulgaria–Indonesia relations

Bulgaria–Indonesia relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and Indonesia. Bulgaria has an embassy in Jakarta while Indonesia has an embassy in Sofia.

Bulgaria–Mexico relations

Bulgaria–Mexico relations refers to the diplomatic relations between Bulgaria and Mexico. Both nations are mutual members of the United Nations and the World Trade Organization.

Bulgaria–Mongolia relations

Bulgaria–Mongolia relations, are the bilateral relations between Bulgaria and Mongolia. Bulgaria has an embassy in Ulaanbaatar and Mongolia has an embassy in Sofia.

Bulgaria–Netherlands relations

Bulgarian-Dutch relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and the Netherlands. Bulgaria has an embassy in The Hague. The Netherlands has an embassy in Sofia.

Bulgaria–North Macedonia relations

Bulgaria–North Macedonia relations refers to the bilateral relations between the Republic of Bulgaria and the Republic of North Macedonia. Both countries are members of the Council of Europe, and NATO. North Macedonia and Bulgaria have complicate ...

Bulgaria–Poland relations

Bulgarian-Polish relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and Poland. The countries established diplomatic relations in the 1920s soon after Polands independence.

Bulgaria–Portugal relations

Bulgaria–Portugal relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and Portugal. Diplomatic relations between both countries were established in 1925. They were severed in 1945 and were restored on June 24, 1974. Bulgaria has an embassy and an ho ...

Bulgaria–Romania relations

Bulgarian-Romanian relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and Romania. Bulgaria has an embassy in Bucharest. Romania has an embassy in Sofia and three honorary consulates. There are 7.336 Bulgarians who are living in Romania and around ...

Bulgaria–Russia relations

Bulgaria–Russia relations are the diplomatic relations between the countries of Bulgaria and Russia. Bulgaria has an embassy in Moscow and three consulates general in Saint Petersburg, Novosibirsk and Yekaterinburg. Russia has an embassy in Sofia ...

Bulgaria–Serbia relations

Bulgarian-Serbian relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and Serbia. They established diplomatic relations on 18 January 1879 as the Principality of Serbia and Principality of Bulgaria. Bulgaria has an embassy in Belgrade. Serbia has an ...

Bulgaria–Spain relations

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. S ...

Bulgaria–Sudan relations

Bulgaria and Sudan established diplomatic relations on July 1, 1956. In 1967, Bulgaria sent the first Bulgarian ambassador to Khartoum. The activities of the Bulgarian embassy in Khartoum were terminated in April 1990, and later reestablished in ...

Bulgaria–Syria relations

Bulgaria–Syria relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and Syria. Both countries established diplomatic relations on August 24, 1954. Since May 1955, Bulgaria has embassy in Damascus and an honorary consulate in Aleppo. Syria has an emba ...

Bulgaria–United Kingdom relations

Bulgarian–British relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and the United Kingdom. Both countries established diplomatic relations in July 1879 as Bulgaria achieved its independence from the Ottoman Empire. The two nations were enemies du ...

Bulgaria–United States relations

Bulgarian-American relations, first formally established in 1903, have moved from missionary activity and American support for Bulgarian independence in the late 19th century to the growth of trade and commerce in the early 20th century, to reluc ...

Bulgaria–Uzbekistan relations

Bulgaria–Uzbekistan relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and Uzbekistan. Both countries established diplomatic relations on September 12, 1992. Bulgaria has an embassy in Tashkent. Uzbekistan is represented in Bulgaria through a non r ...

Bulgaria–Vietnam relations

Bulgaria–Vietnam relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and Vietnam. Both countries established diplomatic relation on February 8, 1950. Bulgaria has an embassy in Hanoi. Vietnam has an embassy in Sofia.

Peter (diplomat)

Peter was a Bulgarian noble and relative of knyaz Boris I who was in charge of diplomatic missions during the Christianization of Bulgaria. His position in the Bulgarian administrative hierarchy is unknown but it has been suggested that he had th ...

Burkina Faso–Canada relations

Burkina Faso–Canada relations refers to bilateral foreign relations between the two countries, Burkina Faso and Canada. Canada and Burkina Faso established diplomatic relations in 1962. Canada and Burkina Faso share French as a common language an ...

Burkina Faso–China relations

Burkina Faso–China relations refers to the foreign relations between Burkina Faso and China. Burkina Faso has an embassy in Beijing and China has an embassy in Ouagadougou.

Burkina Faso–Denmark relations

Burkina Faso–Denmark relations refers to the current and historical relationship between Burkina Faso and Denmark. Burkina Faso has an embassy in Copenhagen, and Denmark has an embassy in Ouagadougou.

Burkina Faso–Ghana relations

With the coming to power of Thomas Sankara in Burkina Faso in 1983, relations between Ghana and Burkina became both warm and close. Indeed, Jerry Rawlings and Sankara began discussions about uniting Ghana and Burkina in the manner of the defunct ...

Burkina Faso–India relations

Burkina Faso–India relations refers to the international relations that exist between Burkina Faso and India. Burkina Faso maintains an embassy in New Delhi. India maintained an embassy in Ouagadougou from November 1996 until its closure in July ...

Burkina Faso–Libya relations

Burkina Faso–Libya relations refers to the current and historical relationship between State of Libya and the Republic of Burkina Faso. Libya maintains an embassy in the Burkinabe capital of Ouagadougou, and Burkina Faso one in the Libyan capital ...

Burkina Faso–North Korea relations

Burkina Faso–North Korea relations refers to the current and historical relationship between the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea and Burkina Faso. Neither country maintains an embassy in the other, although the DPRK formerly had an ambassado ...

Burkina Faso–Palestine relations

Burkina Faso–Palestine relations refers to the current and historical relationship between Palestine and Burkina Faso. Neither state maintains an embassy in the capital of the other, but the Palestine Liberation Organization has a non-resident re ...

Burkina Faso–Russia relations

Burkina Faso–Russia relations are the bilateral relations between the two countries, Burkina Faso and Russia. Diplomatic relations between Burkina Faso and the Soviet Union were established for the first time on February 18, 1967. After the break ...

Burkina Faso–Soviet Union relations

Burkina Faso–Soviet Union relations refers to the historical relationship between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Republic of Burkina Faso. Relations between the countries were relatively close during some parts of the late Cold W ...

Burkina Faso–Spain relations

Burkina Faso–Spain relations are the bilateral and diplomatic relations between these two countries. Burkina Faso does not have an embassy in Spain, but its embassy in Paris, France, is accredited to Spain. and consulates in Almeria, Barcelona, M ...

Burkina Faso–Sweden relations

Burkina Faso–Sweden relations refers to the current and historical relationship between Sweden and Burkina Faso. Burkina Faso has a non resident ambassador located in Copenhagen, Denmark and an honorary consulate in Uppsala. Sweden has an embassy ...

Burkina Faso–Taiwan relations

Burkina Faso–Taiwan relations referred to the historical relationship between the Republic of China and Burkina Faso. Taiwan had an embassy in Ouagadougou, and Burkina Faso had an embassy in Taipei. In May 2018, Burkina Faso switched to recognize ...

Burkina Faso–United States relations

Burkina Faso–United States relations are the international relations between Burkina Faso and the United States. The relations are good but subject to strains in the past because of the Compaore governments past involvement in arms trading and ot ...

Burundi–India relations

Burundi–India relations refers to the international relations that exist between Burundi and India. Apart from bilateral relations, India also engages with Burundi through the African Union and the Regional Economic Communities.

Burundi–Kenya relations

Burundi–Kenya relations are bilateral relations between Burundi and Kenya. Burundi is a partner of Kenya in many areas, particularly trade, security, education, agriculture and energy. In 2011, both countries signed a comprehensive bilateral agre ...

Burundi–North Korea relations

Burundi–North Korea relations refers to the current and historical relationship between Burundi and North Korea. Neither country maintains an embassy in their respective capitals. Diplomatic relations between the two countries were established on ...

Burundi–Spain relations

Burundi–Spain relations are the bilateral and diplomatic relations between these two countries. Burundi has no embassy in Spain, but his embassy in Paris is accredited to this country. Spain does not have a Diplomatic Representation or Consular O ...

Burundi–Tanzania relations

Burundi–Tanzania relations are bilateral relations between Burundi and Tanzania. Burundi is a strategic partner of Tanzania in many areas, particularly trade. Since Burundi is a landlocked country, almost 80% of its goods are moved through by roa ...