Embassy Of Israel In The Philippines

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The Embassy of Israel abides by the Philippine and Israeli calendars of holidays. The Embassy will be closed or will end operation on the following days and time:
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Contact Information

Embassy of Israel in the Philippines
10th and 11th Floors,
Avecshares Center
1132 University Parkway
Bonifacio Global City
Taguig City

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Tel:

63 2 8839500


Fax: 63 2 8839555
Email:
Reception:
Monday to Thursday
0800 - 1630
 
Friday
0830-1500
 

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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Tel Aviv Party rocks Manila

18.01.2016

Tel Aviv Party Weekend, featuring Israeli DJs Daniel Mariuma and Moti Saadia and party host Kay Long, rocked Manila on January 15 to 16, 2016 at the Palace Pool Club, and Revel at The Palace in Uptown Bonifacio Taguig, respectively. Admission was free.

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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Remembering Quezon's legacy

19.08.2015

It is a great honor to stand here today, at the renovated Manuel Quezon memorial and Museum.

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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

PH and Israel Tourism Heads discuss cooperation

17.09.2015

At the Department of Tourism (DOT) office in Makati, Secretary Ramon Jimenez, Jr. warmly received Israel Tourism Minister Yariv Levin, on a visit to exchange views on the promotion of tourism between the two countries.

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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Science may hold key to conflict

28.09.2015

For world leaders struggling to resolve the long-running conflict in the Middle East, Shimon Peres may have a piece of practical wisdom to impart: the way to bring about peace is through science.

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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Filipino students inspired by Science Conference

27.09.2015

Filipino college students who recently participated in the World Science Conference – Israel (WSCI) said the experience has inspired them to become part of the change that can lead to a better Philippines.

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Welcome

The Embassy of Israel in Manila is a gateway and a bridge of friendship between our Nations and Peoples. Our main objective is to explore, identify and cultivate the bilateral relationship to the benefit of our two Nations.

The foundations of our relations were forged during the darkest days in History on the eve of World War II when Philippine President Manuel Quezon extended a welcoming hand to many Jewish refugees who desperately sought shelter from the Holocaust. His nobel actions earned him and the Filipino people a place in our hearts forever.

Moreover, Israel will never forget the vote of the Philippines in the United Nations, on November 29, 1947, on a resolution that led to the establishment of the State of Israel.

''A friend in need is a friend indeed'' and Israel is showing it in so many ways, from humanitarian assistance to development cooperation that saw thousands of Filipinos in training programs in Israel.

We welcome you to share and enjoy our potential to support Philippine development. We are on a mission of friendship. Our doors and hearts are open to any initiative that will contribute to our relations.

Ambassador Effie Ben Matityau

 
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